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Love of the Game; Hope of the People
Archaeologists Discover 13,800-Year-Old
Crime and Violence in Indian Country
Gov. Cuomo: No Fracking in New York
Fire Damages Native Exhibit in NYC
A Tribe Called Red in 'Gambler' Trailer
Painful Austerity Ahead
Oglala Lakota Fighter Gets First UFC Win
Bethany Yellowtail Launches Site
Obama Protects Bristol Bay From Drilling
'Real Life Indian' to Defeat Stereotypes
Watch Colorado Governor’s Apology
Latest Torture Story Nothing New to U.S.
7 Ways to Reduce Food Waste
Duwamish River EPA Plan Effective?
Going the Way of Chocolate
The Indian You Need: Richard Ray Whitman
Santa Sings Christmas Carol in Navajo
Fresno State Announces Recruitment Push
New Superintendent Will Meet Native Reps
Thing About Skins
A World Conference on Indigenous Peoples With No Indigenous?
Gale Courey Toensing
With no assurance from the United Nations General Assembly’s top official that Indigenous Peoples will participate on a full and equal basis with states at the World Conference on ...
A Year of Action for Indian Country
The thing I like about state of unions – the national kind, the NCAI kind, and the tribal kind – is that it’s a to do list...
ICTMN Exclusive: NCAI Releases R-word Video Ahead of Super Bowl
The National Congress of American Indians has release a video extending their efforts to eradicate the offensive R-word...
Federal Recognition Process: A Culture of Neglect
Gale Courey Toensing
The Shinnecock Indian Nation was petitioner number 4 on the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ list of tribes seeking federal recognition in 1978 soon after the agency established the seven...
The Wild, Wild North: Law & Order Scarce in Rural Alaska
One place the Indian Law and Order Commission's report, "A Roadmap for Making Native America Safer," is not gathering dust is Alaska, where commissioners found rural Alaska Natives...
Indian Law and Order Commission: Shelving This Report Is a Huge Mistake
Radical, revolutionary, exceptional or just plain common sense are some of the terms used to describe "A Roadmap to Making Native America Safer," the result of two years' work by t...
Sen. Dorgan on Native Youth, Sequestration, and the Dysfunctional Congress
It’s been three years since the retirement of U.S. Sen...
Senators Have Doubts After Harper Answers Queries on Cobell Dealings
Some senators are having problems with answers provided by lawyer Keith Harper, a Cherokee Nation citizen, about his work on the Cobell settlement and other tribal trust lawsuits...
Tribal Leaders Wary of Lobbyists' Attendance at Tribal Nations Conference
It was December 2012, and President Barack Obama had just been re-elected with widespread support from Indian country...
Dr. Arthur Taylor, Nez Perce Educator and Spokesman, Walks On
The death of Dr. Arthur “Art” Taylor (Téewispel’uu) came as a shock to all who knew him. He was still a young man and a leader...
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