Mark Trahant
9/11/12
Today is September 11. It’s a workday for most people, but also a day of national memory...
Anne Minard
5/27/12
Black Mesa is among the most remote and traditional communities on the vast Navajo Nation...
Anne Minard
5/10/12
Following a series of public forums on a controversial water settlement involving the Navajo and Hopi tribes, opponents of the settlement and the Navajo Nation president’s office s...
Anne Minard
4/14/12
Protests on the Navajo Nation have been in high gear ever since last week, when tribal members and activists got wind of a proposed settlement that aims to help quantify Navajo wat...
Rob Capriccioso
4/4/12
From “not in my backyard” complaints to state and federal politics to flat-out racism, there are plenty of reasons why opponents of Indian gaming are waging war...
Rob Capriccioso
4/3/12
A hot guessing game is being played in the Washington journalism and political worlds these days after a tribal lobbyist got disgraced super-lobbyist Jack Abramoff to admit that he...
Steven Newcomb
1/2/12

During my decades of research into the origins of federal Indian law and international law, I discovered that domination is the Latin language for "government." I keep returning to this connection between "government" and "domination" as I reflect upon the U.S....

Oliver J. Semans
12/31/11

Native people have the highest percentage of service in the armed forces of any U.S. ethnic group....

Gale Courey Toensing
8/3/11
Republican legislators in Washington, D.C...
ICTMN Staff
7/8/11
Flooding outside St. John's Hall in Napa, California in 2005. (Photo courtesy of NapaFloodControl.com) An Alaska Native construction company partnering with the U.S...

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