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How Palin and Ditka Silence Natives
An Alternative to State Domination
Tohono O’odham Life in Video
Wyatt’s Story: One Family’s Struggle
PIHRA Announces Annual RodeoChampionship
EPA: A Dream Realized--Community Reborn
Court Ruling Imminent on Tribal Lands
Pocahontas-Themed Beaded Jewelry
Native Enterprises Net Millions From Fed
Remnants of Sacred Rock Discovered
Schimmel’s Dream is Over!
Wiscasset Names Road ‘Redskin’s Drive’
Keith Secola: On Stage With Indigo Girls
Jim Thorpe Featured on Comedy Central
Designing for Life: Johnpaul Jones
4 Challenges Facing Native Students
Curating the Indigenous Experience
Shirley v. Deschene for Navajo Pres.
FEMA Inaugurates Tribal Consultation
'Injunuity' Series Wins Best Short
Thing About Skins
Entice Customers on Super Bowl Sunday With Wagers and Specials
Unless your gaming emporium has a massive catering business, you want to “entreat” players to visit on Super Bowl Sunday...
Pow Wow Weekend Planner
What are your weekend plans? Here at Indian Country Today Media Network, we like a little pow wow action in our weekends...
Tribes Rally to Save Petroglyph Site
In 2010, the Hopi Tribe and Navajo Nation put their collective efforts into constructing a fence to protect Tutuveni (tu-TOO-veh-nee), a sacred site known as “newspaper rock” to th...
Paleo Super Bowl Snacks—The Caveman Game Plan
Super Bowl Sunday is almost here. If it’s anything like the last time these teams met in Super Bowl XLII in 2008—we are in for a treat...
CBC's '8th Fire' Concludes February 2 and 3
CBC’s series 8th Fire concludes tonight and tomorrow evenings, with “At the Crossroads” airing on Thursday February 2 at 9 p.m. and Friday February 3 at 10 p.m...
Mohawk Elected Government and Traditional Longhouse Council in Casino Rift
Gale Courey Toensing
A schism between the elected government of the St...
Ancestral Mother of All Horses Discovered
Using mitochondrial DNA, researchers have discovered that every horse that’s ever roamed Mother Earth can be traced to a single female ancestor that lived about 140,000 years ago...
First Video of the Dark Side of the Moon
Just as the lunar new year dawns, NASA probes have brought us video of a the mythical far side of the moon, a sight never seen from Earth...
Killer Whales, ‘Wolves of the Sea,’ Are Migrating North, Inuit Traditional Ecological Knowledge Reveals
The bowhead doesn’t stand a chance. His killers have surrounded him, holding him underwater and covering his blowhole so he can’t breathe...
Obesity Researchers Say Sugar Should Be Regulated, Taxed Like Alcohol
Sugar is toxic and should be regulated, or at the very least taxed, like alcohol and tobacco, argue three leading obesity researchers from the University of California, San Francis...
Suzuki Cashes in on Appeal of Sled Dogs, Eskimos, and Native Language for Super Bowl Ad
Suzuki decided to let everyone see their big Super Bowl ad well before the game on February 5, and here it is, entitled "Sled." The ad features an Eskimo who trades in his sled for...
Overlooked Highway 160 Site on Navajo Nation Now Cleaned Up
The Navajo Nation is celebrating the hard-won “clean closure” of a uranium waste dumping ground that was overlooked during federal cleanup efforts in the 1990s...
Arvel Bird Celebrates Anniversary of the Titanic, the Costa Concordia of its Day
To honor the 100th anniversary of history’s most infamous passenger liner disaster, Celtic/Native (Southern Paiute/Métis) flutist and fiddler Arvel Bird has released Titanic Centen...
'Extreme Makeover' Host to Join in Unveiling of Seminole Casino Coconut Creek's Expansion
Today the host of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Ty Pennington will participate in the unveiling of the revamped Seminole Casino Coconut Creek in Coconut Creek, Florida, just south...
Alberta Oil Sands Up Close: Gunshot Sounds, Dead Birds, a Moonscape
If you can imagine the bleak landscape of the moon, you can envision the desolate, 54,000-square-mile tar sands of northern Alberta, a focus of controversy and concern in Canada, t...
Gathering of Oregon’s First Nations Pow Wow
Editor's note: This article first appeared in the Grand Ronde Tribe's Smoke Signals bi-monthly magazine, American Indians from Tribes across Oregon and the United States celebrated...
Patterson: Bundling the Arrows
Gale Courey Toensing
The United South and Eastern Tribes’ motto – “Because there is strength in unity” – answers an implied question: Why should the south and eastern tribes unite?...
Groundhog Day’s Native American Roots
NOTE: This article oririginally appeared on our website on February 2, 2012. What does Groundhog Day have to do with Native American language and history ?...
All Mission Indian Housing Authority Seeks Proposals Legal Services
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Native Proposes Reservation Business
From the halls and classrooms of urban academia, one Native American is touting a plan that could make it possible for people to stay on rural reservations and earn a fairly decent...
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