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‘Historic’ Agreement Gets Final Approval
Interview: Jason Momoa on 'The Red Road'
116: Oldest Person Credits Sushi, Sleep
Maryland Church to Boycott NFL Team
Tribes Benefit From Federal Climate Fund
Dene Woman Wins Youth Activist Award
In Honor of Loretta Saunders
The Lillian St. Cyr Story, Part 3
Nomlakis Fund Police Mapping Software
Klamath and Farmers Agree on Water Use
Sacred Sites Bill Would Boost Protection
You’d Never Catch a Native…
Milwaukee Pow Wow Welcomes Spring
False Lightning and Buried Emotions
Family Vows to Finish Saunders Research
Tribe Hosts Basketball Tournament
Kenny Dobbs Dunks Over Man on Fire
CNI Recognized Aerospace Manufacturing
Leader of Sacred Wampum Return Walks On
Schimmel Eyeing the Final Four, WNBA
Thing About Skins
U.S. Alleges Full Tilt Poker Defrauded Players
On September 20, the U.S...
Golf Tournament to Benefit Cherokee Veterans Center
An upcoming golf tournament held by the Cherokee Nation on October 3 dubbed “The Four Bs—Birdies, Bogeys, Buildings and Business,” will help raise funding for a project to benefit ...
Breaking Down Jacoby Ellsbury's Chances in the American League MVP Race
This year's American League MVP race might be one for the ages...
Chef Freddie Bitsoie is Redefining Native Cuisine—As Tasty, Culturally Specific and Healthy
Chef Freddie Bitsoie (Courtesy of FJBits Concepts) Navajo chef Freddie Bitsoie is on a dedicated mission to cook up tasty American Indian foods—unique edibles that are culturally-s...
Basketball Comes to Tohono O’odham Community College
Roland Ramon has been told his entire life he could play college basketball and now at the age of 36, his dream has finally come true...
Obama Asked to Stop Snowbowl Sacred Site Desecration
WASHINGTON –Bolstered by new support by the United Nations, an Indian human rights group is urging tribal leaders to ask President Barack Obama to suspend the planned spraying of r...
Lower Hudson Valley Native American Celebration
There are still shuttle bus seats available for the Lower Hudson Valley Native American Celebration on September 24-25 from the front of the Museum of the American Indian in Lower ...
U.S. Court Lifts Injunction in Chevron Case
The Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York has lifted an injunction that froze payments from Chevron to Ecuadoreans collecting damages for pollution, the BBC reports ...
Cree Elder and FSIN Senator Alma Kytwayhat Laid to Rest
Alma Kytwayhat Cree and First Nations across Canada are mourning the death of elder Alma Kytwayhat, a senator of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) and renowned a...
Native American Language Revitalization on Red Lake Agenda
Red Lake Ojibwe Nation Chairman Floyd Jourdain Jr...
Planned Oil Pipeline Must Cross Pine Ridge’s Water-Delivery System
The giant energy company that wants to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline from northern Canada across six U.S...
'Tourism Without Business is Merely Traffic'
Yavapai Tribal Chairman Dr. Clinton Pattea welcomed delegates to the 13th annual tribal tourism conference in Scottsdale, Arizona...
UN Special Rapporteur James Anaya Addresses the UN’s 16th Plenary Meeting
James Anaya, UN Special Rapporteur on The Rights of Indigenous Peoples addressed the 16 th Plenary Meeting on September 20, 2011...
Native American Artifact to be Returned to Tribe
A wooden hat carved in the shape of an eagle is set to be returned to Huna Tlingit Tribe, Gooch Hit/Wolf House, Kaagwaantaan Clan of Hoonah, Alaska by the Denver Museum of Nature a...
Poll: New Yorkers Back Commercialized Gaming
Last month, state legislators held hearings to examine whether New York should seek to amend the state constitution to allow statewide gambling...
New Government Site Helps Make Trust Payments to the Bureau of Indian Affairs
For American Indians paying the Bureau of Indian Affairs for lease and permits just got easier...
Diabetes Raises Risk of Alzheimer's and Dementia
A recent study by Japanese researchers reveals that diabetics are more than twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease, and they are at increased risk of developing some form o...
A Conversation With Cree/Metis Folk Singer Christa Couture
Christa Couture is a Cree/Metis folk artist who has traveled all over Canada and the UK playing music for an appreciative fan base...
Ojibwe on the National Mall
When the crowds gather on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., September 24 and 25 for this year’s National Book Festival to celebrate books, authors, illustrators and publishers...
New Graduate Journalism Course Gets Student Reporters into Aboriginal Communities
All too often, aboriginals are portrayed in the media as victims, warriors or threats to the public order. Or, experts say, they are seen as exotic...
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