By Lynn CordovaNative Twitter was ablaze with frustration June 19 following the release of the Supreme Court’s decision that a federal law prohibiting the trademark of disparaging racial slurs is unconstitutional.
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Newt Gingrich Says FBI Investigation Into Possible Russian Meddling is Like ‘Indian Hunting Party … Out Looking For Scalps’
By Lynn CordovaNewt Gingrich compared the FBI's investigation into Russia's possible interference with the 2016 presidential race to 'an Indian hunting party.'
By Lynn CordovaZachary Bearheels, a Native man who suffered from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, was killed by police, and now his family is demanding answers.
By Lynn CordovaCarlos Piedra-Murillo, 30, and a group of men cultivated an estimated 8,000 marijuana plants on a Native American site in California.
By Lynn CordovaA man who fatally shot Native American father of five, Marcus L. Roberts, pleaded guilty to second-degree unintentional murder.
By Lynn CordovaPsychologists say Native American mascots harm the mental health of youths; proponents say mascots are meant to honor.
By Lynn CordovaResearchers theorize genetics including social factors are possible reasons why Native babies are most likely to die from sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS.
By Lynn CordovaMaría Lorena Ramírez, 22, and a Tarahumara runner - a people who are renowned for their abilities to run long distances either barefoot or in sandals.
By Lynn CordovaIs redface during parade racist or just theater? While one woman says it was a performance, others say it was blatantly racist.
By Lynn CordovaAn estimated 400 people participated in a pow wow hosted by Native inmates at a jail in South Dakota over Mother's Day weekend.