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The panel, made up of 12 tribal leaders from across the state, is believed to be the first of its kind in the U.S.

The fight to save Oak Flat continues

Latest figures increase the tribe's totals to 25,952 cases and 892 deaths

Many lawmakers wore traditional clothing during their swearing-in ceremonies

Professor Robert Warrior is on today's show to discuss the planning of the Alcatraz and the parallels with the attempted coup in Washington D.C. Plus journalist Meghan Sullivan is talking more about a video game that worked with an entire Alaskan Native community to get things right.

The Google Pixel proves itself once again to be the best user-friendly smartphone

The director of the National Museum of the American Indian will become undersecretary for museums and culture

‘Donald Trump has made it clear that he is unfit to serve as president of the United States’

Sunnyside Gold Corp. will pay the tribe $10 million

Cris Stainbrook, Koko Hufford, and LeRoy Fairbanks join the show to discuss efforts from tribes to buy back their lands. Plus deputy managing editor Jourdan Bennett-Begaye shares with us the sights and sounds from Washington D.C. days before the presidential inauguration.

Native people push back against disrespectful appropriation of the Serpent Mound

'It's all going to come to a head, I believe, falling back on things that should have been done'

'The case is also about more than money'

Mike Koby, the company's vice president of U.S. operations, says Gov. Gretchen Whitmer overstepped her authority

Rebecca Adamson joins us today to talk about Indigenous presence in corporate boardrooms. National correspondent Joaqlin Estus shares more details behind her current story on why drilling has cooled in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

I stand with President-Elect Biden who has repeatedly stated, 'Never bet against the American people.'

One of the driving factors behind the surge in interest in homeownership has been the pandemic itself

The number of infections is thought to be far higher than reported because many people have not been tested

Gal Gadot ventures into the sequel world directed by Patty Jenkins. But did it live up to its highly-anticipated expectations? Plus an HBO Max review

The violent mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol last week was overwhelmingly made up of longtime Trump supporters

The US Supreme Court has declined to hear a challenge by FMC Corp., meaning the Shoshone-Bannock can regulate cleanup, charge $1.5M waste fees

Corrina Gould and Christopher Dore tell us more about their efforts to preserve the historic places of the Ohlone people. And national correspondent Dalton Walker has more on that chaos at the capitol.

'The horror of the ongoing assault on our democracy perpetrated by this President is intensified and so is the immediate need for action'

The Federalists dissolved after the 1800 election; Alexander Hamilton blamed John Adams for a failed term ‘traced to the ungovernable temper’

Capitol Hill siege was worse than first appeared and was the evidence is that it was well-planned and organized

‘You meet a lot of people in your life and he's probably one of the rare ones where you just sense how caring he is and how giving he is’

The Cherokee Nation's inhumane relocation was one of many forced removals of Eastern tribes to Oklahoma

Impeachment vote could be this week, sent to Senate for a trial. If convicted, Trump would be removed from office and succeeded by the vice president

As an Arizonan, I find this not just offensive, but damaging. The mob was attacking my vote

Aiukli Cornell, Choctaw, chose the custom gown made by Crow designer Della Bighair-Stump for her junior prom in 2018

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Greg Grey Cloud, Lakota, was arrested at the Capitol in 2014 after singing a traditional song of peace

Carrie Dann and her sister fought the federal government for decades over ownership of ancestral lands in Nevada

The Georgia special election is overshadowed by the storming of the U.S. Capitol as Indian Country looks on and responds to the events

Trump 'needs to get out. He needs to do the good thing, but I don’t think he’s capable of doing a good thing'

Joe Biden introduces Merrick Garland as attorney general pick

At least seven state lawmakers traveled to Washington to support overturning election results

Updated: The president says his 'focus now turns to ensuring a smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power'

Updated: The president says his 'focus now turns to ensuring a smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power'

Two Democratic Congress members join colleagues in both parties to urge President Donald Trump’s ouster

My brother left us on this battlefield. He fought to the very end. But he must be remembered for his kind words of inspiration and his humble demeanor

Walter Lamar is on today's show to help answer the question everyone is asking: Where were the police as protesters stormed the United States Capitol?

'This fight is not over'

Donald Trump now says there will be an orderly transition

Crimes motivated by race, ethnicity, and ancestry continued to make up the bulk of hate crimes in Arizona in 2019

The move guarantees the election result will stand

The move guarantees the election result will stand

Updated: All six were in the Capitol but confirmed they were unharmed

Updated: The occupiers forced lawmakers to be rushed from the building and interrupted challenges to Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory

Critics across social media point out the juxtaposition between the violent mob at the U.S. Capitol and peaceful Standing Rock water defenders