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Review: 'Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World' is an incredible film Special

"Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" is a superb documentary about some of the most prominent Native American musicians of our time, including rock pioneer Link Wray.

Orioles agree deal with free agent Jimenez: report

The Baltimore Orioles have agreed to a deal with free agent pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez to strengthen their position in the American League East, according to a report on Monday.

Brantley agrees new contract with Indians

The Cleveland Indians reached an agreement on a new contract with outfielder Michael Brantley, Major League Baseball reported on its website on Monday.

Photo Essay: Fountain of Youth Park Celebrates 500th Anniversary Special

Saint Augustine - The Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park is commemorating the 1513 arrival of Ponce de León in Florida and the legend of the Fountain of Youth. The lush grounds, exotic birds, and water from the spring are sure to please modern-day adventurers.

Pakistan fires 7,000 rounds of ammo at India

Jammu - Indian posts in Poonch subdivision of Jammu and Kashmir went under heavy gunfire by the Pakistani army Saturday. It is rumored that there were more than 7,000 rounds fired.

Native American vets want recognition, memorial

A grassroots effort has been brewing among Native American Indian tribes around the country to erect a soldier statue on the National Mall in recognition of Native American Indians, as well as Alaskan Natives and Native Hawaiians.

Op-Ed: The Cleveland Indians will improve under Terry Francona

Cleveland - Following last season's implosion that resulted in a 65-91 record things are looking up in Cleveland - and the hiring of Terry Francona as manager is the reason.

Op-Ed: Power failure — Indians find mother of all woes in 'corruption' Special

New Delhi - An average Indian has learned to live with power cuts. For them, it is not the intermittent power cuts for short or long duration that makes news, but the continuous power supply is making headlines.

Video: Baseball fan with full hands catches foul ball using legs

Toronto - A fan at a baseball game in Toronto this past weekend caught a foul ball between his legs while heading to his seat with his hands full from concession purchases.

Op-Ed: Michael Bad-Hand Terry talks at Oregon Trail Interpretive Center Special

Baker City - On June 17, I attended a very special 2-½ hour presentation on the Plains Indians at the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, which is located 5 miles outside of Baker City, Oregon.

Archaeologist says ancient Americans practiced cannibalism

Durango - A report in the Journal of Anthropological Archaeology shows ancient Puebloan Indians, also called Anasazi, practiced cannibalism, a claim seen as taboo by many.

Ceuta, the border-fence of Europe Special

Ceuta - What are 54 Indians doing on the woody hill between the Mount Hacho and Mount Jebel Musa, the African side of the Strait of Gibraltar?

Cleveland Trades Pitcher Carl Pavano To Minnesota

In a continuation of their recent fire sale, the Cleveland Indians have traded starting pitcher Carl Pavano to Minnesota.

Cleveland Indians return home to cheering fan, not fans

The Cleveland Indians baseball team lost a well-fought game and series to the Boston Red Sox. They returned home early Monday morning where one lone fan welcomed them back.

Is the Cherokee Nation Comprised of Narrow-minded, Misinformed Bigots?

The Cherokee Nation's decision to exclude its Black descendants of slaves owned by the tribe meets with resistance. Black tribal members have banded together to regain their membership rights.

Lacking AIDS drugs, 18 perish in Western India

18 people from Western India have died due to lack of AIDS drugs.

Atlantic Native Chiefs Reject Revamping Indian Act

FREDERICTON, New Brunswick — Aboriginal leaders in Atlantic Canada are rejecting Ottawa's plans for revamping the Indian Act and instead will set up their own consultation process on the issue of self-determination. Lawrence Paul, a Mi'kmaq chief f..

Northern Ontario Indian Reserve Deals With Federal Funds Cut

TORONTO — Three young women have committed suicide — two in this week alone — and people can't afford to buy food on a northern Ontario reserve, one month after Indian Affairs cut off funds to the community. Federal funds have not flowed to Pikang

Group Rejects Ottawa's Proposed Overhaul Of Indian Act

NORTH VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canada's largest aboriginal group won't participate in the federal government's proposed overhaul of the Indian Act, saying chiefs will instead come up with their own ideas for change. ``For us, we want our own p..

The North American Buffalo Is Making A Comeback

FORT WORTH, Texas (dpa) - The North American bison, or buffalo, is enjoying a renaissance in the United States, where it once influenced life like no other animal. The continent's native inhabitants, the Indians, have contributed a great deal to the...

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A crowd of supporters of India election frontrunner Narendra Modi cheer during a speech in a political rally by Modi in Mirzapur on May 9, 2014
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Members of the Crow Nation. Circa:1840-1843. The Crow Nation's territory included what is now Yellowstone Natl. Park
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Most detailed sightings of uncontacted Indians ever recorded on camera.
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The Awá of Tiracambu community, Brazil.
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