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INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Ancient petroglyphs at a national park in Texas were vandalized over the holidays. A panel of petroglyphs in the Indian Head...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – In past years, Ben Farms grew only corn, but last growing season Ben decided to grow melons on the cornfield he...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Lyons, a citizen of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, has written and illustrated a number of children’s books, comic strips...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY –  Tribes welcomed an infusion of money in the massive infrastructure bill to expand broadband coverage, fix roads and address water and...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Manhattan is a Lenape word, loosely translated as “a thicket where wood can be found to make bows.” It’s unimaginable today...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Kyrie Irving said Wednesday he didn’t want to lose salary or a chance to compete for a championship with the Brooklyn Nets,...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Their stories are not the typical tales of slavery told through the experiences of African-Americans, who were forcibly brought to this...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Marlon Weekusk, a citizen of the Onion Lake Cree Nation from Saskatoon, in central Canada, is known by his icon: a...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Perched atop churches, barns, businesses, homes and seats of government, weather vanes have over hundreds of years taken the form of...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – As part of the Native American Heritage Month celebration, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian is bringing the annual Native Cinema Showcase to online...

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Shelda Livingston and her family say the complicated background of her sister Pepita Redhair led Albuquerque Police Department officers to discriminate...