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Tribes Take on Youth Suicide With Skits, Ceremonies and Mustangs
On the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, youngsters perform skits they hope will lower their tribe’s youth-suicide rate...
Former Mashantucket Pequot Chairman, Current Treasurer Plead Not Guilty to Stealing $800,000
At a January 7 hearing, the former chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, and his brother, the tribe's current treasurer, pleaded not guilty to charges that they stole ...
DNA Evidence Provides Break in Native Student's Murder Case
DNA found at the scene of Faith Hedgepeth’s murder may help police identify her assailant...
Gabrielle Giffords and Husband Launch Campaign Against Gun Violence
Today, marks the second anniversary of the Tucson shooting and attempted assassination of former U.S. Rep...
Navajo-Owned NOVA Corporation To Exhibit at Defense, Technology Conference
The Navajo Nation-owned NOVA Corporation will feature its information technology service solutions at the West Coast's largest defense and technology exhibition, the Western Confer...
Assemblyman Pushes for Native American Day to Replace Columbus Day
Instead of Columbus Day, California Assemblyman Roger Hernandez, D-West Covina, has introduced legislation that would recognize the second Monday in October as Native American Day...
Hillary Clinton Returns to Work, Says She'll Testify on Benghazi
After being gone for a month due to illness, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton returned to work on January 7 to cheers and gifts...
Navajo President Declares Health Emergency at an Administration Building
Yesterday Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly signed a resolution declaring a public health state of emergency for one of the tribe’s administration buildings due to fungi found ins...
Julia Jones and Maggie Grace Spotted at New Year's Eve Festivities
On New Year's Eve, actress Julia Jones, Chickasaw/Choctaw, was spotted partying with actress Maggie Grace, one of her co-stars from the Twilight Saga movies...
Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Receives $900,000 Grant for Fresh Produce Production and Packaging Business
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians has been awarded a $900,000 grant from the Administration for Native Americans (ANA) to help establish a fresh produce and packing business ...
Anton Treuer Wins Indigenous Language Prize
In recognition of his work with the Ojibwe language, Dr...
Lakota Healthy Start Needs Support To Continue Helping Moms and Reducing Infant Mortality
An IndieGogo campaign to raise funds for a new home for the Lakota Healthy Start Program on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation needs more than $24,000 in donations by January 26 to ...
Elated Mohawks Close International Bridge in Idle No More Solidarity
Gale Courey Toensing
Hundreds of Mohawks from both sides of the imposed Canada-United States border that slices through their aboriginal territory marched toward each other January 5 on an internationa...
Arctic Drilling: Shell Oil Tows Rogue Rig Kulluk That Ran Aground to Kodiak Island for Damage Assessment
After being stranded for days by stormy seas on the remote Alaskan island where it had run aground, the Shell oil rig named Kulluk was being towed on January 7 to a bay off Kodiak ...
'This is a Terrorist Act,' an Idle No More Poem by Alex Jacobs
Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence is on a hunger strike since December 11, not far from the front door of Canada’s Parliament perhaps the most visible symbol of the newest trans bo...
Fort Lewis College Obtains Totem Pole to Represent Alaska Native Students
A totem pole far to the south of its customary territory will recognize Alaska Native students, but it may also represent the beginning of an effort to honor different tribal group...
Alekson Native American Enterprises Breaking Into Dubai Market
The Seattle-based Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC (ANAE), a Native-owned company that represents renewable energy technologies from around the world, is taking advantage of...
American Indian Society's 2013 Inaugural Ball and Powwow Announces "Lifetime Legacy Award" Winners
The American Indian Society's 2013 Inaugural Ball and Powwow has annouced this years "Lifetime Legacy Award" winners...
Rape, Kidnapping Being Investigated as Hate Crime in Thunder Bay
The abduction, brutal rape and strangulation of a First Nations woman by two white men on December 27 in Thunder Bay, Ontario has stirred fear, anger and urgent calls to catch the ...
Tribal Rep Creates Scholarship, Makes Education a Priority
When he was elected in June as the District 3 representative for the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, 30-year-old LeRoy Staples-Fairbanks III promised to make education a priority, and h...
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