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The Week That Was
Environmental Health in American Homes
Salmon Homecoming Dedicated to Frank
Climate Change Video Explains Science
Treaties, Ceded Lands, and Recognition
They’re Back: Rez Pup Sunday Returns
Are Second-Round Cobell Payments Coming?
INRF Launches Health Campaign
Pleiades: Seven Sisters and the Moon
7th Anniversary of UN Rights Declaration
Three Children’s Books Translated
Two-Spirit Leader Pruden Joins PACHA
7 Best Experiences in Indian Country
Human Safaris Need to Stop
Sunchoke Recipes: Fall Salad and Pickles
The UN HLPM Outcome Document
Annual Wild Rice Festival Is Underway
Yosemite Fire Grows to 2,600 Acres
Sherman Alexie: Ban My Book, Please!
Star Native Cast Begins Filming 'Te Ata'
Thing About Skins
Elections 2012: The Keystone Energy Debate – Romney Yes, Obama a Strong Maybe
It would be nice if an election was a referendum on every issue we cared about. One candidate for, one against...
Elections 2012: Prepping for the Debate – No Questions from Indian Country
Just two questions. Do you plan to watch Wednesday’s presidential debate between Republican challenger Mitt Romney and Democratic incumbent Barack Obama?...
Elections 2012: Invisible in the Polls – Why Indians Don’t Count
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 28, 9:46 A.M.: 9th graph should have said at least 17 Natives surveyed. American Indians and Alaska Natives don’t count...
Elections 2012: Voter Registration Drive and the Social Media Space
A field organizer for Rock the Vote posted on her Facebook page that the group’s early count was at 55,000 registered voters, including those that courted American Indians and Alas...
Elections 2012: Debating South Dakota’s Lone Voice in Congress
South Dakota’s lone U.S. Representative is an important office for Indian country. The state that once sent a Lakota man, Ben Reifel, to Congress...
Elections 2012: What if Obama Wins Big? And Early?
What if November 6 is an early night? What if the networks, essentially, call the presidential race even before polls close in much of the country?...
Elections 2012: Will Election Resolve the Big Stuff? Disaster Ahead if It Doesn’t
It is said that elections have consequences. One side wins, the other becomes the loyal opposition. Then the game is fought again with new or sometimes the same result...
Elections 2012: Forget Talking Cows, Montana is Now Obama Versus a Congressman’s Junkets
Montana’s race for the U.S. Senate is fascinating. It was a contest about who was more Montanan . At least until this week. Montana Sen. Jon Tester is accusing his opponent, Rep...
Elections 2012: The Middle Class, Veterans and Rural Voters Leaning Towards Mitt Romney
National polls continue to report a steady lead for President Barack Obama in an election that closes six weeks from today...
Elections 2012: Native Voter Drive Kicks Off This Week
More than 35,000 people in 130 communities across the country are participating in Native Vote Action Week beginning today . Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day...
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The Nuts, Bolts and Billions in Medicaid That Could Improve Healthcare
Indian Country Must Tap the Power of Social Media at the Ballot Box
It’s Long Past Time When Tribal Leaders Should Help Govern the Country
Why Not? Alaska’s Fusion Candidacy –Walker and Mallott Put Alaska First
Younger, Better, Faster, Stronger – Rethinking the Native Voters of 2014
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