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Museums Need to Form Parternerships
9 Bison Calves Born on Cherokee Nation
University Arguably Not Safe For Natives
Native Students, Jeff Bridges at LA Gala
Trahant: Investing in Native Youth
The Pope and Genocide
Photo: Cutest Pow Wow Kid of the Week
15 Bison Escape NY State Farm, Shot Dead
Read an Offensive 'Ridiculous Six' Scene
Video: ‘Sensitive? You Can Leave’
Ben Shelly Condemns Adam Sandler Film
Saving Bison; Saving Warthogs
Dissolving a Troubled District?
Jonodev Chaudhuri Is NIGC Chairman
Chief Wahoo vs. Baseball's First Indian
ICTMN's Weekend Pow Wow Guide
Navajo Bed Bug Scare Was False Alarm
Apply for Cobell Scholarship Now
‘Pow Wow’ TV Show Sparks Outrage
Beating Cancer, With a Native Twist
Thing About Skins
Pine Ridge to Storm: Bring It!
PINE RIDGE, S.D...
Tribes Work with Feds on Eagle Feather Ceremonial Use
DENVER—The eagle, cultural icon to Native Americans and the U.S...
Commission Adopts Unified MLPA Proposal; Tribes Accept with Caveats
Amid charges of conflicts of interest and secret, illegal meetings, the California Fish and Game Commission on February 2 adopted a marine-protection proposal fraught with controve...
Caribou and Lynx Studies Net C$1 Million in Grants
North American lynx populations and caribou herds are on the agenda for two Trent University researchers receiving grants of about C$500,000 each from the Natural Sciences and Engi...
Clean Energy Grants Available for Tribal Communities
Two new initiatives worth a total of $10 million will promote clean, renewable energy on tribal lands this year through the U.S...
Conservation Groups Seek Klamath Chinook Protection
California may have earned kudos for its ambitious plan to clean up its portion of the Klamath River, but four conservation groups on Thursday said the waterway’s chinook salmon ca...
Avian Cholera Study Grant for Canadian Team
A team of Canadian researchers at Carleton University has received more than $500,000 to study avian cholera, a disease that experts say can kill eider ducks even as they're sittin...
U.S. Climate and Energy Czar Stepping Down
The Obama Administration has announced the impending departure of Carol Browner, director of the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy, a.k.a...
Saskatchewan-Japan Clean Coal Deal
Saskatchewan and Japan will collaborate on clean coal, carbon capture and storage, the Winnipeg Free Press reported on Jan. 25 ...
Nunavut-born Photog Has a Polar Obsession
It may be upwards of 70 degrees in Tampa, but that won’t stop the polar bears from arriving there on Tuesday night—at least photos of them...
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