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First Alaska Native death due to COVID-19 reported Friday; another from White Mountain Apache

'It's the biggest intervention in human history, and it's all done in a week'

'Wash your hands like you just dumped the honey bucket!'

Poland temporarily closes border to workers

The $2.2 trillion plan needs quorum of legislators in Capitol

Dr. Sara Jager from Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation wrote that the facility needs supplies; third coronavirus relief package includes funding for tribal colleges and universities

Indigenous list of 10 ways to practice self-care

Half-million infected worldwide as economic toll rises; 23,000 deaths

The president is eager to contain the economic fallout

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Federal and state services include monetary and food assistance, unemployment benefits, and more. The National Retail Federation also has over 70 corporations looking for workers

The latest news on the coronavirus pandemic.

Group of 20 nations convenes to discuss international response to COVID-19

Puublic health experts recognize that there is a heightened risk of infection for people who are involved in the criminal legal system

Hopi Health Care Center reports first positive coronavirus test

One legacy was Brad Patterson's contribution to what became the Boldt Decision

Senate vote expected Wednesday; House action next up

Opponents said new law will have a 'chilling effect' on peaceful protests

Some US leaders defy virus guidelines

White House, Congress agree to send direct payments of $1,200 to every adult, $500 to children; workers to get four months worth of pay (including gig workers)

Updated: Salt River, Gila River see new coronavirus cases

Davidson steps in to replace Dr. Bob Onders, a physician and an attorney

‘Ritual is the best thing for them,’ says a long time educator

What we know about COVID-19 in Indian Country; livestream starts at 12 p.m. Eastern Time

'Generations and generations ... have had to deal with these pandemics and these viruses, and they've also had to get up in the morning and feed themselves, and make things run for society'

Surgeon General: ‘America … It’s going to get bad’

Stop social distancing too soon and 'more deaths and more dives in the stock market'

'We're just going to get in front of the things that may come up’

One-fifth of the world has been ordered to stay put

President Trump appears to change mind about shutdown

Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan: Someone feeling well could still be carrying the virus … “then you walk past the next Ron, my big brother, in public'

Researchers estimate that the undetected cases are “11 times more than has been officially reported"

President is wrong when he says ventilators are coming 'fast'

Congress still talking; New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio: 'It's bad and only getting worse'

Zibaaska’iganagooday is the exploding sound in the Ojibwe language and it has a long history of healing

More than 307,200 people have been infected by the coronavirus and it has killed more than 13,000

Chaos, inconsistency mark launch of drive-thru virus testing

Virus rebels from France to Florida flout lockdown practices

Native artists, musicians, comedians, actors and writers speak on careers affected by the COVID-19 virus. Freelance Artist Resources website hopes to provide relief

Swords, rez dogs, Indian Country adventures and more

Virus grows, as do questions: Will the Tokyo Olympics open?

Tribes take measures to slow spread of new coronavirus