1. ’Why Am I Crying?’ False Lightning and Buried Emotions
2. Milwaukee Pow Wow Welcomes Spring and Gives Back to Community
Courtesy Charlie and Me Photography
A man dances at a previous Winter Pow Wow
3. Calif. Sacred Sites Bill Would Boost Protections but Exclude Some 50 Tribes
Medicine Lake in California is sacred to many tribes, the Pit River Tribe of Northern California among them.
4. Historic Truce in Century-Long Water War Balances Needs of Klamath Tribes, Farmers
AP Photo/The Herald and News, Steven Silton
Upper Klamath Lake, part of tens of thousands of acres in Oregon’s drought-stricken Klamath Basin that had to forego water last summer after the Klamath Tribes exercised their water rights to save their fisheries.
5. Nomlaki Indians Fund Mapping Software to Improve Emergency Response of Local Police
6. The Lillian St. Cyr Story, Part 3: New York City
Photo Courtesy Marc Wanamaker/Bison Archives.
Lillian St. Cyr with co-star Dustin Farnum in the 1914 silent film ‘The Squaw Man.’
7. In Honor of Loretta Saunders
8. Dene Woman Wins Youth Activist Award for Preserving Aboriginal Culture
9. Obama’s Billion-Dollar Climate Resilience Fund Will Help States, Tribes Prepare
President Barack Obama signs the 2015 budget, which includes a copy billion Climate Resilience Fund that will help states and tribes adapt to an altered environment.
10. Maryland Church Proposed a Boycott Against Washington NFL Team
11. World’s Oldest Living Person Credits Health to Sushi and Sleep
Misao Okawa blew out three candles for each figure of 116 on her birthday March 5.
12. Jason Momoa on ‘Red Road’ Character: ‘You Don’t Know Who He Is Yet’
Momoa plays Phillip Kopus, a menacing ex-con at the center of Sundance TV’s ‘The Red Road.’
13. Oneida Nation and New York Agreement Gets Final Approval
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, left, and Ray Halbritter, Oneida Nation representative and CEO of Nation Enterprises at the signing of the historic agreement last year. On March 4, the agreement was finalized by U.S. District Court Judge Lawrence Kahn.