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Idle No More Founders in Foreign Policy
Children's Books With Native Slant
Lies and Indian Country's Census Numbers
How to Make the Census Count for Natives
Harry Reid Says 'No' to 'Redskins'
Tanis Parenteau by Thosh Collins
Radioactive Leak to Be Investigated
KKK Grand Wizard's School to Be Renamed
Budget Deal Funding Indian Country?
Cutting Edge Tech on the Rez
New Mexico Winter Pow Wow Raises Spirits
Tiger Thankful for Supporters
Code Talker Wilfred E. Billey Walks On
Legends, Rebels, and Robbie Robertson
Harper Nomination Narrowly Affirmed
‘Dependent’ Is Not a Political Identity
12 Days of Posters: Water Is Life
Kill the Stereotype, Save the People
Bankruptcy Ruling Nets Navajo Cleanup $$
The Flu: It’s Not Too Late to Vaccinate
Things About Skins
Incoming! Asteroid Flyby May Be Captured Online
An asteroid the size of the one that whizzed between Earth and the moon last year is going to cruise past our planet on Thursday June 14 and be monitored by the Slooh Space Camera,...
The Universe Is Throwing Rocks at Us: Scientists ID 4,700-Plus Asteroids That Could Hit Earth, Urge Warning System
Well, not intentionally, of course...
Transit of Venus, Hawaiian Natives and the Cosmos
It’s no accident that NASA and other institutions are broadcasting the 2012 transit of Venus from observatories on Hawaii...
Transit of Venus Online: Your Comprehensive Guide, and Yes There’s an App for That
It’s almost time! Today’s the big day, when Venus passes between Mother Earth and the sun in a unique alignment of the two planets with their star...
'Manhattanhenge' Sends Golden Rays Shooting Across Lenape Territory
Twice a year the sun's golden orb shines straight down Manhattan’s east-west streets in New York City, shooting rays from the Hudson to the East rivers, framed by skyscrapers much ...
Transit of Venus and the Mayans
It will be an astronomical spectacle for the ages. On June 5 and 6, Venus will undergo a solar transit—for the last time in our lives...
Moon and Mars Neck and Neck on Memorial Day
Mars, known as the war planet in some parts, will offer a fitting tribute in the skies this Memorial Day...
Solar Eclipse Was Viewed by Some Traditional Navajo, While Youngsters Observed Taboo
In a surprise twist, traditional Navajo people watched the annular solar eclipse and some young people did not, experts said after the May 20 celestial ring of fire event ...
Millions Watch Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse Worldwide as Moon Devours Sun (Photos)
Eclipse glasses flew off shelves, people flocked to eclipse viewing parties, and others watched online...
How to Watch a Solar Eclipse, If You Are So Inclined
Eclipse viewing is considered taboo in many indigenous cultures, most notably among the Navajo in the U.S., since the path of the May 20 annular eclipse falls directly across the t...
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Native History: Astronaut John B. Herrington, Chickasaw, Becomes First American Indian in Space
Comet ISON Right on Time for Thanksgiving Rendezvous With Sun
Comet ISON: Dead or Alive? Astronomers Still Don’t Know
Comet ISON Is Dead, but December Skies Still Sparkle
Geminid Fireballs Shower Sky With Holiday Lights
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