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2,000-Yr.-Old Remains Unearthed in South Florida: Thought to be of Tequesta Indian Woman

Tweet DAVIE, FLORIDA — The 2,000-year-old remains of a fully intact

Umatilla Jude Schimmel May not be Ready to Play on Sunday’s Nationally-televised Game

Tweet LOUISVILLE — One week after sustaining a sprain injury during

Promise Zone Strategies for the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Released by the White House

Tweet WASHINGTON — The White House released more information this morning,

President Obama’s Letter Read at Forrest Gerard’s Funeral

Tweet ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO — During the Celebration of Life service

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Chosen by President Obama to be “Promise Zone”

Tweet WASHINGTON—The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma is among five areas of

Wilma Mankiller’s “The Cherokee Word for Water” to be Screened Thursday Night in Chicago

Tweet CHICAGO – Wilma Mankiller’s historic journey to become the first

Hopi Citizen Diane Humetewa Renominated by President to be Federal District Court Judge

Tweet WASHINGTON –Late Monday afternoon the White House announced the names of

Navajo Business Owner Prevails When Lawsuit is Dismissed: “Like David Slaying Goliath”

Tweet FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA — Navajo business-owner, Jerome Tsosie, received a nice

More than 4,000 Native Children Died while Attending Indian Residential Schools

Tweet OTTAWA — In what may be one of Canada’s darkest