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With helicopters and small planes buzzing the Dakota Access Pipeline showdown in Standing Rock, N.D., Big Brother is probably watching.

As of Tuesday afternoon, more than 52,000 comments had been received on the legislation establishing the long-debated Grand Canyon Escalade project

Annie Wauneka, probably one of the most influential members of the Navajo Tribal Council during the 1960s, was not a big fan of the Navajo Times.

PHOENIX — This week, two brothers were sentenced for their respective roles in the kidnapping and assault of three women,

Dozens of veterans, family members and Navajo Nation officials gathered Thursday at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona in Phoenix for the funeral of Marine veteran and Navajo Code Talker Joe Kellwood.

‘Career criminal’ believes he deserves a second chance

Jerome Yazzie dreams of one day being able to return home to the Navajo Reservation before he becomes a senior citizen.

50 years ago: Nakai wins support NAC members

In some ways, Sam Billison was the Donald Trump of his time as he tried to unseat Raymond Nakai as chairman of the Navajo Nation.

Thursday, Sept. 15 is the last day to get comments in to support the Strengthening Families Program within the Navajo Nation Division of Social Services, Legislation No. 0315-16.

Cecelia J. Nez passed away on the morning of Friday, Sept. 9 in Phoenix, Ariz., according to a press release by the Navajo Nation Office of the President and Vice President.

Former Navajo Nation Council Delegate Lena Manheimer had her day in court on Tuesday.