Tobian Kills in Water, an advocate for Native veterans...
When President Barack Obama signed a bill two years ago to...
On Friday, March 20, a federal judge ruled that the U.S....
Quinault Nation President Fawn Sharp appeared before the...
The Oglala Sioux Tribal Council has approved a resolution...
Hundreds of stories from survivors of rape and abuse will...
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Indian Country Headline News

Mark Trahant
3/8/15
When I was a young reporter the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of Idaho went through a crisis...
Vincent Schilling
3/7/15
Hey Indian country cat lovers, we are once again highlighting some of our rez hair-ballers submitted to us from all over...
ICTMN Staff
3/7/15
The blanket has been cut, re-sewn and yet changed in size not one iota, as the meme goes. RELATED: The Clocks Go Back an Hour, Though You Still Can’t Turn Back Time At 2 a.m...
Richard Walker
3/7/15
A state commission has recommended to legislators that statues of two pre-statehood figures representing Oregon in the U.S...
ICTMN Staff
3/6/15
Without proper water supplies to crops during the summer months many reservations throughout the west feel a significant impact on their economies...
Steve Russell
3/6/15
James Mountain Inhofe (R-Oklahoma), chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, threw a snowball in the Senate this week to prove once and for all that he does not ...
Tanya H. Lee
3/6/15
In the place where the Trail of Tears ended after an estimated 4,000 American Indians had died from hunger, exposure and disease during the forced removal of tribes from the Southe...
Dennis Zotigh
3/5/15
In the interview series Meet Native America , the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian invites tribal leaders, cultural figures, and other interesting and accomplishe...
Gale Courey Toensing
3/5/15
What’s a good way to evaluate the job performance of a company that offers tribal governments, businesses and organizations advice on good governance and economic development?...
Anne Minard
3/5/15
The Navajo Nation is sounding the alarm about federal legislation that could cost the tribe $81 million this year in funds for housing projects, if Congress approves it as written...

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