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Cherokee Language Evolves Into Braille
Cherokee Nation Dedicates New $2.8M Road
Dark Skies Make Delta Aquarids Sparkle
Yearlong Project on Historical Trauma
Traditional Government Disadvantages
10 Cool Rez Pup Photos
MVP Schimmel's Shining Moments
Children of Many Colors Pow Wow
Obama's Indian Education Proposals
Music Festival Bans Hipster Headdresses
NMAI Profile: Sheri Doxtator
Spotlight 29 Casino to Host the Winter G
Used Car Loan Scam
Peru Oil Spill Kills Fish, Sickens Many
An Elder’s Missionary Life
10 Things Other People Love About Native
Land Buyback Just a Dangling Carrot
NBC Seeks Native Actress for 'Peter Pan'
The Hot List, Part II: The Actresses
Thing About Skins
Equinox Heralds New Beginnings as First Day of Spring Dawns
At precisely 1:14 a.m. on March 20, the sun passed directly over the equator, marking the vernal equinox and the start of spring...
Massive Snowstorm Hits San Francisco Peaks and Arizona Snowbowl
The Arizona Snowbowl ski area has a problem, as we've reported before—not enough snow...
Elks Offer Help and Hope to Youth, Veterans and Communities
If you were the member of a national organization that offered you the opportunity and encouragement to make as big an impact in your community as you could offering services and p...
Hard Rock Granted Extension in Starting Boutique Casino in Atlantic City
The New Jersey Casino Control Commission (CCC) awarded Atlantic City Gateway, developer of the Hard Rock boutique casino to be built on the Atlantic City boardwalk, a six-month del...
Crazy Horse Monument 65-Years in the Making, and Counting
The numbers are staggering...
RFP: Navajo Housing Authority seeks Professional Planning Consultant
Insana’s Message to Tribes: 'Put That Money to Work'
“If you have a recurring cash stream, you have to put that money to work.” That’s the message CNBC senior analyst Ron Insana thinks tribal leaders will take away from two panels th...
JOBS: National Indian Health Board
WSJ: Bankruptcy of Western Mohegan Tribe Brings Legal Issues Into Question
The Western Mohegan Tribe & Nation of New York filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on March 15 at a U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Chicago, reported The Wall Street Journal ...
Oglalas Ask Courts to Cap Whiteclay Beer Sales
Following up on a recently filed federal lawsuit against beer stores , breweries and other businesses involved in the Whiteclay, Nebraska alcohol trade, the Oglala Sioux Tribe has ...
Notah Begay III to be Honored with the Golf Writers Association of America's Charlie Bartlett Award
Notah Begay is used to garnering trophies. The 39-year old Navajo/San Felipe/Isleta professional golfer won four of them on the PGA Tour, the first American Indian to do so...
Frolicking, Preying Animals Populate Discovery's 'Frozen Planet'
The cornucopia of images and lush cinematography, a mix of time-lapse photography and live action, that is Frozen Planet has finally arrived on our side of the Pond...
Documentary Reveals Lakota Medicine Man Abused by Justice System
At first glance, the facts seemed straightforward...
Little Hockey Tourney Registers Potential Stem Cell Donors
Thanks to a unique partnership, the talk at a popular aboriginal youth hockey tournament in Canada this week was not all about goals, assists or wins...
The Monument Valley Balloon Festival in Navajo Nation
Diego James Robles
Monument Valley in the majestic Navajo Nation is a sacred place for its Diné people and apparently American balloonists as well...
The 13th Step: Peyote Ceremony Cured Author’s Addictions
By the time Robert Hayward, Winnebago, decided to write about his journey to redemption, he had been through hell...
One Indigenous Among Three Killed in Peru’s March 14 Protests
A Shipibo man was one of three people killed March 14 in Puerto Maldonado, in Peru’s southeastern Amazon region, during a protest against new laws designed to control wildcat gold ...
Book Tells the Darker History of How Hawaii Became Part of the U.S.
Julia Flynn Siler’s new book, Lost Kingdom: Hawaii’s Last Queen, the Sugar Kings, and America’s First Imperial Adventure , paints a truer—and more sinister—portrait of how Hawaii w...
Red Meat Linked to Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer and Early Death
Eating both processed and unprocessed red meat is linked to premature death, according to a recent Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) study, published online in the Archives of...
Keeping Inuit Students Engaged: School Programs Incorporate Inuktitut, Day Care
Earlier this week we brought you Fiona Walton, a professor of education at Prince Edward Island University and recent winner of a 2012 3M National Teaching Fellowship , a prize bes...
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