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Partnering for Conservation Benefits
AMERIND to Host Golf Fundraiser
Whales of Noepe Remain Important
Teaching Tribes How to Govern
Nuu-chah-nulth Lose Herring Court Battle
Why Feminism Matters in Indian Country
Leading the People Away From Abuse
Permanent Housing Key for DV Survivors
Quinault & Claimed Right of Domination
Comcast Makes PSAs About Real Natives
Syrian Civil War Linked to Climate
Mother Earth vs. Father Greed
Native Student Introduces Jill Biden
Lakota Youth Reject Keystone XL Pipeline
Cherokee Nation Applauds ICWA Revisions
Champions for Change Honors Native Youth
Choctaw Nation's Career Expo Draws 1,600
Designers Show 'Squaw' Fashion in Milan
What Would Ingrid Do? War and Peace
Keeping the Lakota Language Alive
Thing About Skins
Colorado Natives Recount Harrowing Escapes as Floods Recede, Head to Nebraska
Boulder, Colorado collectively shouldered the job of cleaning up after flooding from torrential rains that fell for days, overrunning parched fields and inundating homes in a 17-co...
Flash Flooding on Navajo Nation Displaces Scores, Wrecks Homes With Mold and Mud
Parts of the Navajo Nation are recovering after severe flooding caused by heavy rain in the reservation’s Central Agency area, displacing families and affecting people in Chinle, M...
Agua Caliente Band Closes Indian Canyons Indefinitely After Flash Flooding
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians has announced the indefinite closure of Tahquitz and Indian Canyons as it assesses damage from two days of flash flooding, the tribe anno...
Hot Tip: Report Reveals Man-Made Causes of Extreme Weather
Among the global-warming naysayers are those who admit that Earth’s climate is changing, but argue that it is part of a natural process that would be happening with or without huma...
The Farmers' Almanac Told You It Would Be Cold!
Note: Given all the hoopla about polar vortexes and wintry blasts, it bears noting that the severity of the season was predicted way back in the summer, as ICTMN notes in this stor...
Horses Dying as Navajo Nation Declares Drought Emergency
The horses, desperate for water, had come to drink from a pool of rainwater that had run off a hill and flooded land on the Navajo reservation...
A Tornado Tale, Part 4: Rebuilding in Oklahoma, and How to Help
The tornadoes that ripped through central Oklahoma at the end of May have since been supplanted in the news by any number of events each more upsetting than the last—most notably t...
A Tornado Tale, Part 3: Fending Off Scammers as the Community Steps In
This is the third in three installments detailing the experience of one American Indian family in the tornado that plowed through Moore, Oklahoma on May 20, 2013...
A Tornado Tale, Part 2: An Interminable 15 Minutes, Then Silence
The Komahs, their grandchildren and two neighbors huddled in the underground shelter as the EF-5 tornado, packing winds of 200 miles per hour or more, raged overhead...
Western U.S. Wilts in Record Heat Wave
The western U.S. is baking in temperatures of up to 130 degrees, raising the threat of more wildfires, authorities warned over the weekend...
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