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Remembering Good Friday Disasters
Kansas City to Host Tennis Championships
Gunmen on Video Shooting at Guarani
NFL Franchise Channels Puritan Colonists
Trumpeter Swan Poachers Sentenced
Cherokee Nation Adds Millions to Housing
Locals Learning Emergency Response
CNN Reporter Explores Best Native Places
Racial Bullying Persists in NoCal
White House Honors Henry Red Cloud
USDA Offers Native Rural Business Grants
'Scalped' Comic Book Is Coming to TV
Climate Change on Prime Time Television
Watch: Jewell Deliver SIPI Commencement
Cobell: Who Are the Real Winners?
The 'Designer' Foodie Trend of 2014
New Media Major Steps into the Spotlight
Cowlitz Gymnast Makes History
Valbuena Named Chairwoman
The Crooked Tongue of Dan Snyder
Thing About Skins
Navajo and Apache Youth Create Art for Underage Drinking Awareness
Native Veteran Recalls Wartime Radiation
It was a perfect day in the South Pacific—it had to be, for the military operation to take place—when one Native man underwent experiences he relates to the nuclear catastrophe occ...
Prehistoric American Indians Modified Eastern United States Landscape
Science Daily reports on a recent study by Baylor University geology researchers that shows it was prehistoric American Indians, not Europeans, who had dramatically reshaped the ea...
Navajo Nation Breaks Ground on Twin Arrows Casino
Ground breaking on the Twin Arrows Casino (Photo courtesy of the Navajo Nation) The Navajo Nation broke ground March 21 on its first Arizona-based casino, Twin Arrows ...
Maple sap, also called zogalebi or sweet water , is not only a healthy and natural substitute for sugar, it also boosts the immune system, serves as an antioxidant and calms the st...
Chatting with Pow Wow MC Chris Eagle Hawk
One of two Master of Ceremonies selected for the 2011 Denver March Powwow is Chris Eagle Hawk (the other, Lawrence Baker, we covered here), Lakota, from Pine Ridge , South Dakota...
Nearing Mile 500, Dogs Attack on the Trail of Tears
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Nearing Mile 500, Dogs Attack on the Trail of Tears
The visitor center at Missouri’s Trail of Tears State Park has shortened hours during the winter...
Atlantic Universities Pledge to Reach Out to Aboriginal Students
In a deal thought to be the first of its kind in Canada, First Nations leaders and universities in Atlantic Canada signed a memorandum of understanding on March 17 to beef up educa...
Redskins Name Removed from Washington Post
The National Football League's Washington Redskins team owner Dan Snyder wants full control over his team’s controversial name—even though many American Indians say he never should...
Department of Labor Awards $30 Million to YouthBuild Programs to Prepare Young People for Jobs
Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis The United States Department of Labor recently awarded $30.6 million to its YouthBuild programs...
U.N. Focuses on Cities for World Water Day 2011
With 884 million, or one in eight people, lacking access to safe drinking water and 2.6 billion without toilets, the United Nations marked World Water Day with a call to attend to ...
Tribes Among Biggest Campaign Contributors
The number one donor in the last U.S. presidential election cycle wasn’t a health-care lobbyist, a tobacco company or a tech giant...
Millionaire Challenges Mohegan Sun on his $1.2M Gambling Debt
Jerry Powers, Plum TV CEO (Photo courtesy of Rex USA) A Florida-based millionaire is accused of walking out on his $1.2 million gambling debt at the Uncasville, Connecticut-based M...
Cal State University Newspaper: Racist?
When the Union Weekly , Cal State University, Long Beach’s weekly newspaper, came out March 14, it didn’t take long for readers to notice one of the articles in the publication...
Akwesasne Warriors Close to Federal Hockey League Championship
Thanks to a pair of weekend road wins, the Akwesasne Warriors can capture the inaugural Federal Hockey League championship on home ice...
Seneca Offers Land, Tax Advantages, Expertise to Verizon
Gale Courey Toensing
Seneca Nation President Robert Porter ALLEGANY TERRITORY, Salamanca, NY – The Seneca Nation of Indians has offered Verizon an alternative to locating a new data center in tax-inten...
Echo Hawk Defends Obama’s Budget Cuts
The Department of the Interior ’s Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk finds himself in the awkward position of defending the Obama administration’s decision to d...
Baffin Island Maps Its Sea Ice
Arctic sea ice is as much a partner in daily Inuit life as the people themselves, and now a new online, interactive atlas is charting the permutations of that ice, accompanied by e...
Marybelle Chase Honored With Cherokee Nation Gadugi Award
Marybelle Chase was recently given the Gadugi Award in recognition of her academic contributions to the Cherokee Nation...
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