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Research Combines Science and History
Allow Paddling on National Park Rivers?
Some Clarity on Religious Freedom
Do NDNs Have Sex? Love Medicine, Part I
A Musher’s Tale of Triumph
Jury Rules Against Vern Traversie
ATNI Conference Copes With Climate
Indian Country Braces for ICWA Battle
We Must Overcome Hardships
US, Israel Boycott UNHRC’s Discussion
Wisconsin Badgers Advance to Final Four
Chickasaw Names Tribal Health Officer
The Week That Was
Afterhours Services Provided for Osages
Hydropower Via City Water Pipes in Ore.
Kilauea Volcano Spares the Big Island
Native Americans and Eye Disease
Former Sen. Begich Joins Sonosky Chamber
New Red Lake Nation College Taking Shape
Osage Policy Honors Service Men & Women
Thing About Skins
Hickory Ground Sacred Site Activist’s Trial Begins Next Week
Gale Courey Toensing
Sacred site activist Wayland Gray will travel to Wetumpka, Alabama, next week when a jury will hear his appeal of disorderly conduct and misdemeanor criminal trespassing conviction...
Bracing for Impact: Millions of Tribal Acres at Stake in Upcoming Court Ruling
Tribal advocates anxiously await a meeting of an en banc panel of federal judges who will soon decide whether a legal opinion that could have a negative impact on millions of acres...
Métis in Canada Demand Harper Meeting as Court Upholds Status Ruling
David P. Ball
In the wake of a Métis rights case 15 years in the making being vindicated by Canada's highest appeals court, the president of the Métis National Council has called on Prime Minist...
Are Pedophiles Getting Free Pass in South Dakota?
A bill in the South Dakota legislature that appears intended to give several dozen Native American childhood-sexual-abuse plaintiffs their day in court may do just the opposite...
Lawsuit Against California Districts Allege Abuse of Native Students
At one Northern California high school, a teacher allegedly had students invent different tribes and pretend to fight each other in a wildly inaccurate lesson about tribal conflict...
Editorial: Final Forfeit: Jim Thorpe Suit May End Up Burying His Fame
On the heels of news that Jim Thorpe, Pennyslvania, will appeal a federal court ruling against the borough in the suit concerning its namesake's remains, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazett...
Spirit Lake Tribe Loses Appeal on UND Fighting Sioux Mascot
A federal appeals court has upheld a judge's decision to throw out a lawsuit by Spirit Lake Nation tribal members to save the University of North Dakota's now-retired Fighting Siou...
Congress Members to Daniel Snyder: Change Your Team's Name
Ten members of Congress sent a letter May 13 to Daniel Snyder, owner of the NFL’s Washington, D.C., franchise, urging him to change the club's name...
Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, Appeals Ruling on the Athlete's Remains
Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, city leaders on May 17 filed a notice they will appeal U.S. District Judge A...
Jim Thorpe's Sons Win Federal Lawsuit Against Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania
The two surviving children of sports great Jim Thorpe won a critical ruling Friday in federal court that could clear the way for his remains to be removed from a mausoleum in the P...
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