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Blackhorse: Mascots Are to Be Ridiculed
Houska: Oak Flat Can Never Be Replaced
Construction Boom at Expo ’15
Nunavut Teens Create Vibrant Mural
Native Journalists Take Over DC
Journalist Leaves a Bright Legacy
Cecil the Lion’s Killer Is U.S. Dentist
Gov. Inslee Continues to Impress
Christians: Will Saying Sorry Be Enough?
Gyasi Ross Schools 'Em With 'Harvard'
Video: Comedian Lee Camp on Land Grab
Outrage Over Mural of Natives in Bondage
Montt Trial Suspended Again
How Can Tribes Relate to Off-Res Citizen
Houska: Indiana School Drops R-Word
What We Know About Death of Henry
Manning: Justice for Circle Bear
In Search of an Authentic Indian
Disappearing Indians, Part II
Rep. Ron Bishop and The Real 'Bull Crap'
Thing About Skins
Tester Fights to Strengthen Funding for Tribal Colleges and Universities
Sen. Jon Tester, D-MT, is aware of the struggle in Indian country when it refers to obtaining a college degree and landing a good-paying job...
Nevada and Southern California Tribes Net $10.4 Million in Grants From EPA
Tribes in Calfornia and Nevada have been awarded a combined $10.4 million for environmental improvements to their lands from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)...
Montana Guardians Project Aims to Deter Indian Country Corruption
Corruption had long been a staple of some Montana tribal governments, but after the American Recovery and Reinvestment (“stimulus bill”) monies flooded Indian country with millions...
Tired of Corruption, Mont. Tribal Members and the Guardians Fight Back
Tribal self-governance is a process that continues to be a struggle among some of the 566 federally recognized tribes resulting in tens of millions of taxpayer dollars misappropria...
Dangerous Talk From the Capitol: Evidence That More Money Does Improve Indian Health
Idaho’s Rep. Mike Simpson, a Republican, asked a critical question Tuesday. It’s one rarely asked, let alone, answered. The question: Does more government money work?...
Nation Avoids Fiscal Cliff, But Sequester that Could Harm Natives Still on Table
It was the New Year’s circus watched round the world: Congress and the White House going back and forth on a compromise in the waning hours of 2012 to prevent the United States fro...
Unhappy Holidays Nationwide
The holiday season has been grim for many at the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians in North Dakota, said a tribal member whose general assistance funds have been cut off for...