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Yurok Fire Emergency: Arson Suspected
Tragic Loss; Maine Squeeze
Chief Looking Horse’s Important Message
'We Treated Germany Better': O'Donnell
Natives Fighting for Voting Equality
Tribe to Develop $1.3M Retail Center
Seeking Food Sovereignty Through Seeds
Spokane Reservation Engulfed In Smoke
CFPB Is Barking Up the Wrong Tree
Turtle Island Tribes Meet Cuba
Confronting Feds: Malheur, Standing Rock
Osage Nation Takes Ted Turner's Ranch
Weekly Pow Wow Planner: August 26 to 28
Mendoza Speaks on SACNAS Altercation
Descendants Talk About Geronimo
Puyallup Tribe Buys Public Golf Course
Voting Requirement Maze This November
3 Native Women Who Influenced Policy
Parks' 100th Anniversary Overcrowding?
Forgiveness: Only Option for Trauma?
Thing About Skins
Drug Cartels and Illegal Pot Farms: Yurok Battle for Ancestral Lands
They’re armed, they build dams to divert entire creeks for irrigation, and they desecrate sacred lands and animals. But this is not a history lesson about colonial practices...
Canada’s Long-Awaited National Inquiry on Missing and Murdered Women Draws Praise, Concern
Indigenous leaders across Canada welcomed the August 3 announcement naming the five panelists who will conduct the long-awaited national inquiry on missing and murdered indigenous ...
Aboriginal Senator Murray Sinclair Pays Tribute to Orlando Victims and His ‘Openly Gay’ Daughter
Editor’s Note: Justice Murray Sinclair, who chaired the Truth and Reconciliation Commission investigation into residential schools in Canada, was appointed as a Senator in March by...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, June 12, 2016
Another mass shooting, another flaming Bakken oil train and the loss of a leader for all dragged down Indian country this past week...
Historical Trauma and Me, the Daughter of a Mother Murdered by a Serial Killer
When I was thirteen years old, my mother was murdered. This kind of introduction can come across like it’s ripped from the headlines or like it’s the title of a Hollywood script...
Former Purchasing Agent Pleads Guilty to Fed Charge
A former purchasing agent for the Jicarilla Apache Nation pled guilty in federal court in Albuquerque, New Mexico on May 17 to embezzling more than $20,000 from the tribe...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, May 8, 2016
Disenrollment gets the bird as it burgeons to ridiculous proportions, Kennewick man is finally coming home, and Shoni Schimmel is set to hit the Big Apple...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, April 24, 2016
A rock icon walked on, Harriet Tubman ousted Andrew Jackson from the $20, and a landmark deal was reached that will save salmon on the Klamath River...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, April 10, 2016
Meth, earthquakes, a lost head found, a Montana treasure walks on, and a beloved writer prepares his final farewell. This and more in Indian country last week...
Feds Investigate Deaths of 13 Bald Eagles in Maryland; $10,000 Reward for Info
Federal and state authorities are investigating the deaths of 13 bald eagles whose bodies were found strewn around a Maryland field over the weekend in what they said was the large...
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