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A group of Browning Native American students will serve as role models to their middle school counterparts in an effort to reduce substance abuse.
ICTMN recently spoke with three members of the Blackfeet Nation to present 10 things others should know about the Blackfeet Nation.
President Barack Obama exits, and Donald Trump is sworn in during the The Week That Was, January 22, 2016, as a new administration takes shape.
Blackfeet, Pechanga, San Luis Rey, Choctaw and Chickasaw tribal nations celebrate historic Indian water rights settlements worth $3 billion in DC.
After more than 30 years, all oil and gas leases have been canceled in Badger-Two Medicine, home of the Blackfeet origin story.
Nowhere is the problem of new beneficiaries more evident than in tribes that have recently received long overdue trust money.
President-elect Donald Trump has selected Montana Republican Ryan Zinke, the congressman who has held Montana’s at-large congressional seat for one term, to serve as his Interior Secretary.
Zinke, who now sits on the House Natural Resources Committee and the Armed Services Committee studied geology at the University of Oregon was...
The second annual issue of 50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 once again highlights the work of a new crop of accomplished individuals like Adam Beach.
Several tribal leaders provided the following list of 10 things others should know about the Chippewa Cree Tribe and the Rocky Boy Reservation.
Seattle is honoring the legacy, achievements, and culture of the original People of Seattle and of North America by celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day
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