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Spanish Fort Built by Gold Hunters Discovered

Updated at 2:41 p.m. ET, July 25. Before there was Jamestown and even before there was Roanoke, there was Spain's Fort San Juan, in the Appalachian foothills of North Carolina. Full story

National Native American magazine going digital

A weekly magazine that is a leading source of Native American news is abandoning print in favor of an online-only presence, in a cost-cutting move that worries some readers who fear they may lose access because of the switch. Full story

Depp's interest in Wounded Knee causes a stir

For months, questions have swirled about whether developers, activists or tribes would be willing to plunk down millions to buy a portion of the Wounded Knee National Historic Landmark. Now there's a new potential buyer in the mix: Johnny Depp. Full story

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Supreme Court rule against biological father over American Indian girl

NFL commissioner defends Redskins team name in letter to Congress

Justices struggle in weighing American Indian adoption case

Supreme Court to consider adoption case of American Indian girl

What you didn’t see at the White House Tribal Nations Summit

Health-Food Business Taps Into its Native American Roots

Boy's miracle cure makes 1st Native American saint

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  Native American teen denied diploma for feather

An Alabama school cites eagle feather decoration worn at graduation as reason for denying Native American student her diploma and fining her $1,000. WPMI's Modupe Idowu reports.

  Lawmakers want Redskins to change their name

Democratic Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton  joins Luke Russert to discuss the campaign to get the Washington, DC football team, The Redskins, to change their name.

  Bashir: Fight over Redskins’ name obscures bigger slight to Native Americans

Martin Bashir argues that the while the name of Washington’s NFL franchise may be offensive, more offensive is the harm done to Native American communities via sequestration.

  Congress wants Redskins to change their name, but most Americans are OK with status quo

The Cycle hosts spin on the group of 10 members of Congress who are pressuring NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the Washington Redskins to change their team name because it’s offensive to many Native Americans, while an April 2013 AP poll shows that 79% of Americans think the team's name should st

  Gun billboard featuring Native Americans draws ire

Some residents in northern Colorado are upset with an anti-gun control message built around a historic photo of Native Americans featured on a billboard. KUSA’s Dave Delozier reports.

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Melanie and Matt Capobianco talk to reporters in Charleston

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Melanie and Matt Capobianco talk to reporters near Charleston
Melanie and Matt Capobianco talk to reporters near Charleston

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