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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.
Duwamish River EPA Plan Effective?
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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
Jude Schimmel in the House!
Thing About Skins
American Indians Learn Native Hawaiian Ancient Healing Practices on Oahu Retreat
Jo'Lin Kalimapau offers the ocean a blessing with tea leaf, ho'okupu (gift to the ocean)...
Jacoby Ellsbury a Candidate for AL MVP Award
There is only six weeks left in the Major League Baseball season, and if the Red Sox's Jacoby Ellsbury, Navajo and member of the Colorado River Indian Tribe, keeps playing the way ...
At 90, Chester Nez Keeps Alive the Story of Navajo Code Talkers
Click here for our feature story on the history of American Indian code talkers in the military. Click here for our obituary on Navajo code talker and hero, Joe Morris Sr...
CNN Reports on Indian Country’s Reactions to James Arthur Ray Verdict
CNN reported on reactions throughout Indian Country to the verdict of self-help guru and author James Arthur Ray...
LEO A DALY Hires Navajo as Market Leader for Indian Projects
Dan Lewis (Photo courtesy of LEO A DALY) LEO A DALY's Phoenix, Arizona-based office hired Navajo Nation member Dan Lewis to focus on the architecture, planning, engineering, interi...
Jacoby Ellsbury Named American League Player of the Week
At the beginning of this season, the Boston Red Sox were a miserable 2-10, and many in Red Sox nation were already contemplating writing off the entire season (despite having 150 m...
Homeless Bear the Heat in the Valley of the Sun
Keeping cool when triple digits hit downtown Phoenix. Homeless transients seek shelter amid the afternoon heat in downtown Phoenix...
More Than Skin Deep: Indian Leaders Address Self-Injury Prevention
When she was 14 years old and living in a boarding school in Arizona, Alex Exendine cut her forearms with everything from broken mirrors to scissors to cope with her grief...
Graduation Time in Navajo Land
Thousands of Navajo, Hopi and Zuni students will graduate this month from high school....
Navajos Appeal to Inter-American Commission on Human Rights over Proposed Uranium Mining
The Eastern Navajo Diné is appealing to the international community to stop uranium mining in the Navajo villages of Church Rock and Crownpoint, New Mexico, attorneys for the tribe...
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