This 1942 photo shows the Original 29 Navajo Code Talkers. However, Zonnie Gorman has likely solved a mystery that has eluded professional historians for seven decades. She has discovered the name of the 30th man, who was recruited as a Navajo Code Talker.
She claims parents leading the charge to recall four members of the Window Rock Unified School District's Board of Education are overlooking the progress the district has made under the current leadership.
Navajo police are investigating the stabbing of a 16-year-old Tohatchi teenager Monday in the parking lot shared by Tohatchi Middle School and Tohatchi High School.
Two of the five community meetings on the Division of Community Development's proposal to decentralize the tribal government's services to the chapters drew thumbs up.
Tomorrow, millions of Americans will sit down to feast with their families in a spirit of gratitude, thinking they are reenacting a joyful interracial harvest festival.
November, 1963 was a hard time for many members of the Navajo Nation, first with the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and then the dispute over the tribe's general counsel, Norman Littell, which split the tribal council as well as created turmoil in many chapters.
After decades of promises that money would become available for the building of new homes and renovation of existing homes in the Bennett Freeze area, funds will soon be available to do just that.
Miss Navajo Nation 2013-2014 Natasha Hardy delivers the annual holiday greeting.
President Barack Obama promised tribal leaders he will make his first trip as president to Indian Country next year, as part of a pledge to keep historic covenants forged between the federal government and tribal nations
Hosted by Gallup's Veterans Helping Veterans organization, the event included various actions in honor of veterans, including posting of colors, sharing stories and an honor board.
Armed with weed whackers, shovels, rakes and gloves, over a dozen people marched into the Fort Defiance Veterans Cemetery Friday with one mission: clean it up.
Unfamiliar with the strange environment of the Navajo Nation Zoo and distracted by the crows flying above, Tsili, the red-tailed hawk, perched on the ground for a few minutes before he heard the flute that called him over to feast on a quail.