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Comedian Charlie Hill Needs Your Help
Kootenai Falls Lodge: Rustic-Chic Oasis
Bay Mills at Supreme Court
Elder's Last Words Posted on Twitter
Pilot Whales Stranded in Everglades
Brazil Bishops Support Indigenous
Sand Creek Healing Run Honors Ancestors
Yankees Spend Big on Jacoby Ellsbury
Fisheries Lifeblood of Nez Perce Economy
Bear Zoo Shut Down for Inhumanity
10 Rez Puppies You've Got to See
LAX Star Gearing Up for New Season
Video: Tready or Not? Ep. 2
Leaders Protect Our Natural Resources
Shan Goshorn's Activist Baskets
Coal Ash Is Decimating Fish in N.C.
Onion Calls Native History Book Sci-Fi
NCAI to Host Briefing on Indian Mascots
Video: Tready or Not? Ep. 1
Promoting 'Entreprenatives' Via Podcast
Things About Skins
Digital Exclusion High in Indian Country
Broadband access is limited for people living in rural and Tribal areas throughout the United States, according to the Federal Communications Commission ’s (FCC) latest Broadband P...
Let's Move! in Indian Country Debuts at Menominee Indian Reservation
In an effort to improve the health and well being of American Indian and Alaska Native youth and decrease obesity, First Lady Michelle Obama created Let's Move!...
South Dakota Conference to Inspire Independent Small Business Growth
Entrepreneurs and those aspiring to start businesses will learn about financing, resources, infrastructure and governance, in addition to what gives a business an "edge" in the com...
First Lady Remembers Native Youth
Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk joined the First Lady in planting of the three sisters in the White House Garden. (Photo courtesy of U.S...
Spokane Tribe Unveils STEP program
Jamie SiJohn, PR Director for the Tribe and Chairman Greg Abrahamson share a laugh in front of the land proposed for economic development...
Stopping the Escalating ‘Pill Epidemic’ in Indian Country
Prescription painkillers have become the drug of choice in Indian country, reported Minnesota Public Radio News . “In my opinion, it’s literally destroying our community...
Broadband in Indian Country to Expand
For years, Indian country has been left behind in the broadband and communications race, only to see those times starting to change...
Seneca Nation Wants Tax Relief, Not Grants
Robert Porter, president of the Seneca Nation in New York state, thinks President Obama should quit taxing Native Americans and then sending the money back in the form of grants, r...
Native American Heritage Month: This Is Indian Country
November is recognized as Native American Heritage Month and Indian Country Today Media Network is celebrating every day of the month...
A Recap of the Democratic and Republican Party Platforms in Indian Country
President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney are making a mad dash in campaigning today leading to tomorrow’s polls...
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