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Video: Alaska Is Melting
On Job-Killing Legislation in Senate
Masterpieces From Indian Market Auction
Preserving Culture: NPS Awards Grants
Put Native Youth Back in Mascots Debate
Native Languages Bill Heads to Senate
Hill: Cherokee Congressman is Beautiful
Prime Time!Schimmel and Goodrich Faceoff
EPA Wants Tribes to Be Healthy
Hillary Clinton Says No! to Redskins
29-Part Series on Passamaquoddy Tribe
Wall Street in Myth and Reality
Passing on the Culture: The Water Drum
What We Can Learn from the Lakota
EPA Green Lights NGS
10 Military Uses of Native Imagery
Coming Attraction: Winter in the Blood
Gourmet Indigenous Dishes [10 Photos]
Redskins Hire PR Firm
Tribe Rebuilds Citizen’s Home After Fire
Thing About Skins
Even Hurricane Irene Couldn't Shut Down Foxwoods
In spite of Hurricane Irene and tropical storms berating the East Coast this past weekend, Foxwoods Resort & Casino remained open for business, reported the Ledyard Patch ...
Grover Whitehurst Discusses Education Reform
Grover "Russ" Whitehurst, director of the Brown Center on Education Policy at the Brookings Institute, discusses the three camps in the education reform debate—those who want refor...
Department of Interior to Stay Out of Intratribal Matters
The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes have been in a legal battle to determine who is the Governor of the tribes...
Pokagon Band to Open New Casino Tuesday
Tomorrow the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians opens the doors to its second gaming facility, The Four Winds Hartford in Southwest Michigan, reported mlive.com ...
First Nations Pursuing Business with China
Lumber is just one of many products that First Nations in British Columbia are selling to China as Canada’s aboriginals create their own trade relationship with the Asian powerhous...
Kyle Lohse Wins 100th Game as Major League Pitcher
Thirty-two-year old Kyle Lohse, Nomlaki Wintun, reached a very impressive milestone on August 28 when he won his 100th game as a pitcher. His St...
Lummi Youth Academy Students Honor 9/11 Victim’s Family
Fourteen Lummi Youth Academy students visited New York City and participated in a ceremony honoring a family whose son was killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the ...
Cheyenne River Sioux Dedicate New Hospital, Triple the Size of its Former Facility
Cheyenne River Sioux members dedicated a new $100 million hospital on the Eagle Butte, South Dakota-based reservation on August 26, reported Keloland Television ...
Senate Banking Chairman Hosts Roundtable on Significance of Four Bands Community Fund
On August 26, Senate Banking Committee Chairman Tim Johnson (D-SD) hosted a roundtable discussion on the importance of the Four Bands Community Fund in spurring economic developmen...
Quileute Tsunami Protection Bill Approved by Committee
The Quileute Nation had a special announcement when it took the floor for protocol during the 2011 Canoe Journey/Paddle to Swinomish...
Young Sliammon Actor/Singer Campaigns Against Pipeline
In the 2009 and 2010 Canoe Journeys, Ta’Kaiya Blaney blessed canoe families with her performance of “Amazing Grace” in her Sliammon language...
Nova Scotia Aboriginals Remember Lobster Dealer Joe Blinn
When non-Natives harassed Mi’kmaq fishermen, he offered the aboriginals his land. When federal authorities confiscated their lobster traps, he bought them new ones...
Play Golf Native America Day
Play Golf American Day will be hosted at Turning Stone Resort's Atunyote Golf Club near Verona, New York on Monday, August 29, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m...
7th Annual Indian Summer Classic at Wilderness Fortune Bay
More than 100 golfers from the U.S. and Canada will be competing in today's Indian Summer Classic at the Wilderness Fortune Bay Resort Casino...
Mayan Message to Kellogg: Toucan Play This Game
The behemoth food conglomerate Kellogg Company is fiercely protective of its Toucan Sam character, the spokes-bird for the popular Froot Loops cereal...
No Longer Circling the Wagons: Many National Parks Get Indian Stories Wrong
National parks are America’s great outdoor classrooms, and they attract about 300 million visitors a year, from school groups to senior citizens, mountain climbers to families in m...
U.S. State Department Approves Keystone XL Pipeline
Over objections of environmentalists, American Indians , and celebrity activists , the State Department has approved a pipeline that would take oil from the Alberta tar sands to th...
Gov. Martinez to Meet with Tribal Leaders Monday
In what will be her first meeting with tribal leaders since she took office, Gov. Susana Martinez will hold the first tribal state summit on August 29...
12th Annual Native Art Auction and Dinner Fundraiser Nov. 5
The South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency’s 12th annual Native American Art Auction and Dinner will help the agency deliver human services, resource development, training and tec...
Notah Begay on Fighting Childhood Diabetes and Obesity
As Notah Begay's NB3 Foundation Challenge swings into action on August 31, we wanted to showcase this video in which Begay himself gets to explain how the NB3 Foundation is attacki...
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