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Gaming Vendors Target Social Media
5 Pow Wows Before Thanksgiving
Pokagon Launches New Health Center
Video: Elder Talks of ‘Old-Time Indians’
Rosebud Leader Speaks on Keystone
Ho-Chunk Gaming Enters Sponsorship
Grey Cloud: Native Who Sang for Senate
Navajo Presidential Election In 2015 Now
10 Ways I'm Nativer Than You
San Manuel Joins Morongo, Card Clubs and
Declaring War on the Keystone Pipeline
EPA: Revitalization Is Good Medicine
Year of the Camelid; NFL Brains
‘How the Grinch Stole Thanksgiving’
Saginaw Chippewa Appeals NLRB Ruling
Indian Mortgage Programs Now Cost More
Stealing Children: A Look at Removal
Arizona’s Indian Gaming Phenomenon
Welfare Exclusion Act: Hollow Win?
Thing About Skins
Salazar to Return to Colorado, Stepping Down at End of March
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced this morning that he has fulfilled his promise to President Barack Obama of serving four years and that he intends to return home to...
The GOP House Leader Sank VAWA in 2012, the Fight Starts Anew in 2013
Native American and congressional advocates of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) are frustrated that House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., held up a compromise in the wanin...
Nation Avoids Fiscal Cliff, But Sequester that Could Harm Natives Still on Table
It was the New Year’s circus watched round the world: Congress and the White House going back and forth on a compromise in the waning hours of 2012 to prevent the United States fro...
NCAI: First Nations of North America Will Not Be Divided
Today, January 11, the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) is set to host a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and other members of his cabinet in hopes to help right ...
Hillary Clinton Returns to Work, Says She'll Testify on Benghazi
After being gone for a month due to illness, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton returned to work on January 7 to cheers and gifts...
New NDAA Keeps Indefinite Detention, Blocks Guantanamo Closure
Gale Courey Toensing
President Barack Obama has signed the $633 billion National Defense Authorization Act of 2013 along with a signing statement objecting to many of its provisions – but the provision...
Tanya Fiddler Takes Seat on Treasury's Community Development Advisory Board
On December 17, Tanya Fiddler, Cheyenne River Lakota Nation, was welcomed onto the U.S...
Idle No More Support: Ojibwe Woman Embarks on 1,400-mile Journey to D.C.
David P. Ball
When Mishkomekinaak Ikwe learned about the Idle No More movement exploding across Canada, and Attawapiskat First Nation chief Theresa Spence's hunger strike – now on its 21st day –...
Idle No More Gaining Momentum and Forming Plan of Action
International Human Rights Day was December 10 and marked the beginning of what has since become a stand of solidarity between Indigenous Peoples across Turtle Island and allies kn...
Rep. Young Lays Out House Indian Country Agenda for 113th Congress
U.S. House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Doc Hastings, R-Wash., has announced that Rep...
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A Family Tradition of Military Service Leads Birdwell to the VA
President Barack Obama's Proclamation on National Native American Heritage Month 2014
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What Worked, What Needs Work, and Why Be Optimistic About Native Vote
Suzan Harjo to Receive Presidential Medal of Freedom
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