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Navajo Nation leaders headed to campus following fatal shooting Navajo Nation leaders headed to campus following fatal shooting
President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez want to make sure tribal members who attend Northern Arizona Universityfeel safe.
Researchers adapt Korean alphabet for use in Native language Researchers adapt Korean alphabet for use in Native language
More than three million people speak Aymara in Bolivia, Peru and Chile.
Winnebago Tribe chooses eight in special election for council Winnebago Tribe chooses eight in special election for council
Chairwoman Darla LaPointe retained her leadership position following the historic vote.
Omaha Tribe hosts basketball stars Shoni and Jude Schimmel Omaha Tribe hosts basketball stars Shoni and Jude Schimmel
The Schimmel sisters and their family shared stories of inspiration with youth on the reservation.
Julian Brave NoiseCat: Trading tribal sovereignty for marijuana Julian Brave NoiseCat: Trading tribal sovereignty for marijuana
In what some view as a sort of second-coming of gaming for native reservations, tribes from Wisconsin to Washington have said yes to marijuana.
Six indicted for stealing funds from Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate Six indicted for stealing funds from Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate
An unsealed version of the indictment accuses leaders of the Big Coulee District of stealing emergency assistance and home repair funds.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Native people play key role in politics Doug George-Kanentiio: Native people play key role in politics
Many Native people believe the federal elections mean little or nothing to them, that no matter the promises and gilded speeches, meaningful changes are impossible.
Steve Russell: Indian people stuck with the laws of colonizers Steve Russell: Indian people stuck with the laws of colonizers
We, the colonized, are along for the ride, and for that reason our interests are better pursued when we pay attention to who is driving the bus.
Republicans push controversial Indian energy bill through House Republicans push controversial Indian energy bill through House
The lopsided vote on the Native American Energy Act came after Republicans fell into disarray due to leadership issues on Capitol Hill.
Students from Salish Kootenai College send satellite into space Students from Salish Kootenai College send satellite into space
BisonSat, which was launched from an Air Force Base in California, will conduct observations of Earth.
Studio denies theft of tribal artifacts from ranch in New Mexico Studio denies theft of tribal artifacts from ranch in New Mexico
A petition calling on the cast and crew of 'Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials' has garnered more than 55,000 signatures.
Excavation at Indian city uncovers numerous signs of conflict Excavation at Indian city uncovers numerous signs of conflict
Researchers found evidence that over 500 people -- including European explorers, African soldiers, women and children -- were captured and killed during a key period of war in Mexico.
Kris Lane: Columbus was clearly not a friend to Native peoples Kris Lane: Columbus was clearly not a friend to Native peoples
Colonialism is never pretty, and in his treatment of native peoples, Columbus was following Spanish and Portuguese trading and slaving practices.
Pamunkey Tribe faces challenge to federal recognition decision Pamunkey Tribe faces challenge to federal recognition decision
An anti-Indian group on the other side of the country filed an appeal that will delay the Virginia tribe's federal status.
Lakota Country Times: Native Americans arrested at high rates Lakota Country Times: Native Americans arrested at high rates
According to a soon to be released study by the Rapid City Police Department Native Americans are far more likely to be arrested for both felony and misdemeanor charges than their white neighbors.
Ivan Star Comes Out: Lakota immersion remains our only hope Ivan Star Comes Out: Lakota immersion remains our only hope
Resulting from the federal government’s prearranged obliteration of native languages and cultures, Lakota is now on its last leg as an oral language.
Native Sun News: Community honors South Dakota Code Talkers Native Sun News: Community honors South Dakota Code Talkers
In recognition of Native American Month and Veteran’s Day, the Diversity Council for the South Dakota Army National Guard has formed a Committee to Honor Native American Code Talkers from South Dakota.

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