First Native American woman set to be US treasurer
22 June 2022 | 3:41 pm
US President Joe Biden has nominated Mohegan Indian Tribe Lifetime Chief Marilynn Malerba to oversee the US Mint. It marks the first time a Native American's signature will appear on the US currency.
22 Apr 2017
Trump welcomes released Egyptian-American woman home.
6 Nov 2017
Shalane Flanagan becomes the first American woman to win the New York City Marathon in 40 years, while Kenyan Geoffrey Kamworor holds off compatriot Wilson Kipsang to take the men's title.
2 Aug 2018
Deb Haaland is on course to make history in this November’s midterm elections, as a record number of women and Native Americans run for office across the United States.
27 Jan 2019
After edited footage of an apparent confrontation between Catholic school students and a Native American went viral, the full video has shown a different story.
29 Aug 2019
Cheyenne author Tommy Orange gives voice to the Native American experience.
6 Jan 2020
A soothsayer/native doctor who has been providing spiritual cover for armed robbers, kidnappers, bandits and other criminal groups said he has made millions of naira praying for these hoodlums.
27 Nov 2020
Germany's Karl May museum has agreed to "re-humanize" a Native American scalp from its collection, six years after initial pleas by the Chippewa tribe. It took a sea-change in attitude for the museum to accept the plea.
4 Apr 2021
The New York City Police Department has released surveillance footage of an attack on a 65-year-old Asian-American woman, asking for the public's assistance in identifying the individual who kicked the woman to the ground and who the NYPD says made anti-Asian statements toward her.
27 Jun 2021
The United States federal government will investigate its past oversight of Indian boarding schools and work to "uncover the truth about the loss of human life and the lasting consequences.''
30 Jul 2021
Residents in the Houston area talk about their support for Simone Biles, after the US gymnast's withdrawal from the team final in Tokyo over mental health concerns.
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