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Tradition is a great thing to have, but when that it crosses the line like it does with the Washington Redskins' nickname, it's time to start anew.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
How big data is failing North America's first citizens, the most invisible of all its people.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Ethiopian Orthodox community celebrates Easter.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
McGinn plays the 'disappointed in you' card. A loss for Tulalip tribe.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The journalist and author on the river and the writing.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Austerity and the failed effort by the federal government to cut all ties with tribal governments are twin ideologies.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: If you look at one study, the easy assumptions that exporting coal will harm the climate could prove backward. Two Stanford researchers raise a point worth looking at.READ MORE 18 COMMENTS
Port Gamble and its surrounding forests have been logging territory for more than a century. Owner Pope Resources is willing to strike a deal with local tribes that would conserve thousands of acres of forestland. If the two sides can agree on terms.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
Nearly 16 years and numerous lawsuits after the discovery of his 9,200 year-old skeleton, scientists can finally tell us a bit more about Kennewick Man.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
Extensive environmental hearings are about to get underway, reviewing the proposed coal port and its impacts. The tribes further complicate the chances for the port facility.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Timothy Egan's new biography of Seattle's Edward S. Curtis sheds light on his epic effort to record the world of the American Indian and the high price he paid for his pursuits.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
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