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The land on the Nebraska-Kansas border will allow the tribe to tell the story of its people, tribal officials say

The Army Corps of Engineers said the permit application to build the Pebble Mine was denied under both the Clean Water Act and the Rivers and Harbors Act

On today's show you'll hear from Indian County Today's Mary Annette Pember, Mark Trahant, and correspondent Carina Dominguez.

No holiday plans? No problem

Stories we’re following on Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2020: Supreme Court to hear tribal police case, Navajo council seeks answers on child sex abuse, Ioway tribe creates tribal national park on Kansas/Nebraska border, and much more.

Alicia Mousseau is believed to be the first openly LGBTQ candidate elected to serve on the tribe's executive council

Arvina Martin joins us to talk about her novel coronavirus diagnosis and recovery. Deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye has more on Biden's transition back into the White House.

Biden said his choices 'reflect the idea that we cannot meet these challenges with old thinking and unchanged habits'

The tribe has made about $90 million available for hardship assistance from its share of a federal coronavirus aid package

Company partners with a Navajo designer to market an exclusive new water bottle

We need a person like Congresswoman Haaland to build a stronger relationship between the federal government and tribal nations

Stories we're following for Nov. 24, 2020: Formal Biden transition to begin, Michigan certifies Biden win, NDN Collective fights racism through philanthropy, Native students face isolation, and much more

President Jonathan Nez is urging households not to have anyone over during the Thanksgiving holiday

Language preservation, fashion drops and film fests; Native American Heritage Month celebrated nationwide

'We know that Indian Country knows Indian Country best, and tribal leaders and tribal citizens know best what will work for their community'

Administrator Emily Murphy, a Trump appointee, had faced bipartisan criticism for failing to begin the transition process sooner

Director Tsanavi Spoonhunter talks about her award winning film and our Associate Editor Vincent Schilling joins the newscast with the Native Nerd Report.

NDN Collective works to 'Defend, Develop and Decolonize' with help from major funders, including Amazon founder Jeff Bezos

Stories we’re following on Nov. 23, 2020: Tribal leaders rally behind Deb Haaland for Interior post;

A Navajo school district and its students fight to overcome amid COVID-19

Biden has pledged to build the most diverse government in modern history

Rebecca Miles has dealt with breathing problems since childhood and was terrified she would die in her sleep

Dozens of tribal officials and voting activists are pushing for the congresswoman's selection as the first Indigenous secretary of interior

The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma is buying the family ranch where young Will Rogers grew up

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Despite federal law ordering their repatriation, thousands of ancestors remains still languish in boxes and basements

Voters came out in force on swaths of tribal land, helping Joe Biden carry the state

On today's Reporters Roundtable, we're welcoming Sandra Hale Schulman and Winonah Leader Charge to the show to talk about mural artists and an update on how the Winnebago are faring in the pandemic.

Many students are heading home for Thanksgiving, raising the risk of the virus spreading among family, friends and other travelers

Updated: The team says it’s reviewing its philanthropic strategy and will no longer contribute to the Original Americans Foundation

Stories we're following on Nov. 20, 2020: Indian Health Service releases vaccination plan, AZ lawmaker tests positive for COVID-19, Phoenix changes street names, and much more

Group marches outside Phoenix Indian Medical Center over shutdown of birthing center

Unofficial results in Alaska show Inupiaq independent Josiah Patkotak as the winner in House District 40 #NativeVote

Squaw Peak Drive will change to Piestewa Peak Drive, in honor of fallen Hopi soldier Lori Piestewa.

National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition's CEO Christine Diindiisi McCleave is on the show to talk about their recent national conference. And national correspondent Mary Annette Pember joins us to tell us more about Oglala President-elect Kevin Killer and the challenges he faces.

Letter from the Indian Country Today President

‘We may be forced to make difficult choices when it comes to … allocating scarce patient care resources’

Stories we're following on Nov. 19, 2020: Salish and Kootenai man appointed to Montana state Senate, new Oglala president faces challenges, battling our erasure in voting data, and much more

Kimberly Teehee, Cherokee, says her top priorities all have to do with funding, both immediate and long-term

From the Montana state House to the state Senate, Morigeau is ‘excited to get to work’

More than 40 animals are now staying in Calvin Red Owl III's home. On today's show he talks about the devastation of losing the sanctuary to a fire, and national correspondent Joaqlin Estus shares the latest on how Alaska is faring in the pandemic.

Purpose and balance and self-determination must be restored in building tribal sovereignty

Longtime South Dakota state legislator Kevin Killer and other newly elected leaders face challenging times ahead

One of the biggest problems for traditional researchers is their inability to find Native peoples in the first place, said Crystal Echo Hawk of IllumiNative

Stories we're following for Wednesday, Nov. 18,2020: Native leaders watching Affordable Care Act case closely, groups sue over drilling in National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, historic Steward Indian School museum wins grants, and much more.

Results are still pending in House District 40, where two Alaska Natives are facing off for an open seat  #NativeVote20

The help comes as Minnesota and other Midwest states have seen an increase in positive cases

TC Energy says it's forging ahead with construction of the pipeline

Authorities say marijuana eradication efforts took place at more than 20 farms in the reservation's Shiprock, New Mexico, area

Tribes hope the dam removal will allow the salmon to come back