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Scientists publish lengthy book based on study of Kennewick Man Scientists publish lengthy book based on study of Kennewick Man
Scientists have finally published their research into the 9,500-year-old remains of the Kennewick Man.
Judge Humetewa hands down sentence in Indian child abuse case Judge Humetewa hands down sentence in Indian child abuse case
A man from the Gila River Indian Community pleaded guilty to injuring an infant.
Navajo voters to narrow field of 17 candidates for president's job Navajo voters to narrow field of 17 candidates for president's job
Voters of the Navajo Nation go to the polls tomorrow to narrow the field for the job of president.
Oliver Semans: Seeing the light on Native voting rights struggle Oliver Semans: Seeing the light on Native voting rights struggle
Oliver Semans, the executive director of Four Directions, sees the tide turning on Native voting rights.
Mark Trahant: Tapping the power of social media for Native vote Mark Trahant: Tapping the power of social media for Native vote
Beyond disease and public health, social media could be used to challenge American Indians and Alaska Natives to register and vote at levels that are unprecedented.
John Hopkins: Navajo Nation Council delegate makes bad choice John Hopkins: Navajo Nation Council delegate makes bad choice
Which Navajo Nation Council delegate tried to take a television from a hotel room?
James Mills: Non-Indian firm helps tribes create stronger nations James Mills: Non-Indian firm helps tribes create stronger nations
James Mills, the owner of Creating Stronger Nations, responds to criticism from professor David E. Wilkins about non-Indian companies auditing tribal enrollment records.
Tim Giago: Farewell to my childhood friend Eugene Long Soldier Tim Giago: Farewell to my childhood friend Eugene Long Soldier
My childhood friend Eugene Long Soldier died last week. He was one of the more fortunate Lakota who lived to the age of 80.
Native Sun News: Laguna Pueblo still affected by uranium mine Native Sun News: Laguna Pueblo still affected by uranium mine
Even if authorities meet demands to ban new uranium mines until abandoned ones are cleaned up no amount of effort can reclaim the cultural losses the mining has imposed to date on the Laguna, Acoma, Zuni, Hopi and Navajo people of the Four Corners area.

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