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Comanche Boy in Denmark for Next Bout
Leonard Nimoy, My Vulcan Savior
World Out of Balance
Investing in the Future of Tribes
Moon and Jupiter Dance Again
Eating Paleo Starting With Sweet Potatoe
1st Marijuana Conference Creates a Buzz
The Myth of the Post-Racial Society
Arvel Bird: Still Sharing the Love
Tatanka Means' Standup Comedy
Calif. Gaming Conference on Drought
Changing Currents Increased NE Sea Level
3 Alliances Between Africans and Natives
Penn's Pratfall; Racist Dwarves
Jim Thorpe, the Play
PA Community Divided Over 'Redskins'
Coal Terminals Would Destroy Lummi Sites
Neechie Gear Founder Honored With Awards
13 Images: Occupation of Wounded Knee
The Context of Indian Nation Treaties
Thing About Skins
Roubideaux, For Now, Forced Out of IHS Leadership
Top leaders with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) have pressed pause on the complicated tenure of Dr...
Video: Vampire Comedy Needs Your Help to Screen in the States
A pair of actor-filmmakers from New Zealand with Indigenous heritage have made What We Do in the Shadows , a hilarious movie about a group of vampires who share an apartment in mod...
Jon Stewart Said He's Leaving 'The Daily Show'
He made a career out of satirizing political gaffes. He poked relentless fun at celebrities who found themselves in his crosshairs...
Buffalo Field Campaign Creates NPS Phone-in Day to Save Yellowstone Bison
The slaughter of bison in Yellowstone National Park continues apace, in the name of protecting Montana livestock from brucellosis, and the Buffalo Field Campaign is continuing to k...
Racism in Rapid City: Parents Want Arrests, Officials Ask For Patience
It was standing-room only during a community forum in Rapid City, South Dakota, on Monday where more than 100 people had gathered to discuss the city's palpable racial tension...
Lawsuit Seeks to Wrest Control of Lake Quinault from Tribe
The Quinault Indian Nation is dismissing a lawsuit’s assertion that the tribe does not have legal control over the use of Lake Quinault and hopes that U.S...
Must-Watch Trailer: Documentary About Native Gangs Is a Hit at Berlin Festival
The Seventh Fire , a film that follows two gang members on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota, premiered on February 7 at the Berlin Film Festival to critical praise...
Short Strokes: 2015 Canoe Journey Will Be Several Mini-Journeys
The 2015 Canoe Journey will consist of several regional canoe journeys...
Gettysburg Skull Not From Gettysburg—He Was a 700-Year-Old Native
A human skull thought to belong to a soldier who died at the Battle of Gettysburg turned out to belong to a Native American man who lived some 700 years ago...
USET’s Impact Week Focusing on Native Youth
The United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) is currently in the midst of its 2015 Impact Week offering a variety of activities for tribal leaders and attendees who ventured to Washi...
Don’t Let Another Shotpouch Walk on Without Passing Down Herbal Healing Wisdom
Call him Shotpouch...
Video: Heitkamp Helps Dedicate the Week of February 8 to National Tribal Colleges
Office of Sen. Heidi Heitkamp
King County Council Remembers 1865 Exclusion of Native Americans
It was 150 years ago that Seattle’s first city council banned Native Americans from entering the city...
Body of Mille Lacs Spiritual Leader Released to Family After Protest
Mushkoob Aubid, 65, a drumkeeper and brother of an elected official of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, walked on Saturday, February 7 at Cloquet Memorial Hospital, reports the Dulut...
Cherokee Folk Musician Michael Bucher Loses Three Fingers in Accident
Just days after releasing his latest single “I’m not a Mascot, I’m Not a Stereotype, I’ve Been Watching,” Award-winning Cherokee Folk Musician Michael Bucher was involved in a seri...
EPA: Keystone XL’s Oil Sands Crude Would ‘Significantly Increase’ Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Gale Courey Toensing
The Environmental Protection Agency has given President Barack Obama a good reason to deliver on his promise to veto construction of the controversial $8 billion Keystone XL pipeli...
Peruvian Indigenous Home Torn Down by Police and Mine Security as Conflict Intensifies
In the first week of February Peruvian national police and Yanacocha mine security guards tore down the foundations of a house Maxima Acuña de Chaupe and her family were building a...
Kick Off Tax Season With Nation’s First Free Online Tax Assistance Initiative
ROCKVILLE, MD — More than half of individuals and families in the United States earned $60,000 or less last year, making them eligible to receive free tax preparation and filing as...
Hundreds Gather at Oak Flat to Fight for Sacred Apache Land
As the morning sun rose high enough to burn off the chilly overnight temperatures, mesquite fires scattered throughout the Oak Flat Campground offered a warm welcome to a special d...
Nakotah LaRance Wins 25th Annual Hoop Dance Championship at Heard Museum
On Sunday, February 8, the Heard Museum in Phoenix held the final round of its 25th annual World Hoop Dance Championship ...
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