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Tanana Chiefs Conference supported study of infant remains Tanana Chiefs Conference supported study of infant remains
The two infants date back 11,500 years and were found near the Tanana River.
Gord Peters: Honor sacrifices of Native veterans in Canada Gord Peters: Honor sacrifices of Native veterans in Canada
The grand chief of the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians reflects on the contributions of Native veterans.
Oklahoma lawmakers look at ways to finish Indian museum Oklahoma lawmakers look at ways to finish Indian museum
A Republican plans to introduce legislation to devote tribal tobacco and tribal gaming revenues to the project.
Woman from Chukchansi Tribe hospitalized after dog attack Woman from Chukchansi Tribe hospitalized after dog attack
Karen Shultz, 63, as mauled by at least six dogs and suffered severe injuries to her face and head.
Opinion: Tulalip Tribes confront racism after school shooting Opinion: Tulalip Tribes confront racism after school shooting
A fatal school shooting in Washington brought out racist stereotypes of Native people.
Anthony Cooley: Apache family continues military tradition Anthony Cooley: Apache family continues military tradition
Richard Cooley, a member of the White Mountain Apache Tribe who fought in World War II.
Republican lawmakers vow to approve Keystone XL Pipeline Republican lawmakers vow to approve Keystone XL Pipeline
President Barack Obama might not be opposed to a Keystone bill, The New York Times reported.
Column: Cherokee people forged their own trail to the West Column: Cherokee people forged their own trail to the West
History author discusses the less well-known but significant Cherokee Trail through Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming.
Suzan Shown Harjo to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom Suzan Shown Harjo to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom
The activist has been at the forefront of major pieces of Indian legislation and is well known for her fight against racist mascots.
Jessica Carro: The forgotten Native people of the Americas Jessica Carro: The forgotten Native people of the Americas
Writer discusses the lack of information about Native people in South America.
Rudolph Ryser: Tribes take small step for indigenous rights Rudolph Ryser: Tribes take small step for indigenous rights
The chairman of the Center for World Indigenous Studies praises tribal governments that participated in the recent World Conference on Indigenous.
Ivan Star Comes Out: No 'Welcome Home' for Vietnam vets Ivan Star Comes Out: No 'Welcome Home' for Vietnam vets
As a Vietnam veteran, having to sneak back into the country we defended remained a raw memory for decades
Native Sun News: Sioux tribes intervene in Keystone review Native Sun News: Sioux tribes intervene in Keystone review
TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline is up for a big fight in the heart of the Great Sioux Nation.

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