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Living Life at Dartmouth as a Native
Natives Sue San Francisco Police Dept.
Senator: NFL Should Lose Tax Exemption
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10 More Stunning Indigenous Innovations
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AMERIND Risk Conference & Trade Fair
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BBC News Depicts Sordid, Horrifying Life in Bakken Oil Fields
It has been likened to a Mars mining colony, pilloried for its high rents and flagged as a danger to women. The term boomtown is likely to evoke images of prosperity...
Tex Hall Releases Statement on Bakken-Related Murder Case
News broke January 14, of a suspected murder for hire plan in Spokane, Washington that allegedly involved James T. Henrikson of North Dakota...
US Denies Visas to Ecuadoreans Connected to $18B Chevron Case
The ongoing struggle in Ecuador’s fight with Chevron-Texaco added a new wrinkle to the story on September 20 when the United States denied visas to an Ecuadorian delegation that wa...
U.S. Senate Endorses Keystone XL 62–37 in Symbolic, Non-Binding Vote
In an amendment to the budget bill—the first fiscal plan it has approved in four years—the U.S. Senate on Friday voted 62–37 in favor of the Keystone XL pipeline project...
Grant to MHA Nation Will Bolster Self-Governance, Wealth Management
The Northwest Area Foundation (NAF) recently gave away $2.7 million to 24 organizations and entities with the overarching goal of reducing poverty and building prosperity...
2012 Retrospective: March
Take a look back at March 2012's biggest stories from the pages of our weekly magazine, This Week From Indian Country Today ...
Montana's Oil Boom Has Made Reservations More Dangerous for Women
Early on the morning of January 7, Sherry Arnold, a popular schoolteacher from Sidney, Montana (population 5,436) was jogging down a road when she was abducted...
Heidi Heitkamp: Taking the Senate Race to Native North Dakota
Patti Jo King
North Dakota’s Democratic Senate candidate, Heidi Heitkamp , is working hard for the Native vote...
Inupiat Goldman Prize Winner Strong in Fight Against Arctic Drilling
Caroline Cannon, winner of the 2012 Goldman Environmental Prize, has not rested in her fight to save her Inupiat community and their way of life from Arctic oil drilling ...
Wyoming Groundwater Again Tests Positive for Fracking-Related Chemicals on Wind River Reservation
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