The findings shed new light on the history of human migration in the region and the ancestry of the people who first settled the Americas.
The deaths come just a day after Tribal Chairman Terrence "Terry" Tibbets, 60, died on Sunday following an illness.
Research has revealed fascinating new details about the ancient history of the Americas.
Amanda Crowe was a prolific Native American artist known for her expressive animal figures.
Advocates argued that Columbus celebrations whitewashed the explorer's true legacy.
A spokesperson for the Tohono O'odham tribe called the footage disturbing.
But will the government allow the industry to flourish?
"What you're doing is perpetuating hatred and segregation and stereotypical views of Native American people."
"Seeing a 7,000-year-old site that is so well preserved in the Gulf of Mexico is awe inspiring."
"I'm absolutely heartbroken."
New evidence reveals a previously unrecorded indigenous population and poses a major challenge to existing theories about the earliest Americans.
"I take it as a personal insult," a professor and Navajo Nation citizen told Newsweek.
The maker of Botox has been accused of unethical practices—but those accusations are also raising suspicions.
The motion also makes "Italian Heritage Day" an official holiday on October 12.
Pokanoket Tribe ends encampment to reclaim land on Brown University after coming to an agreement.
The Northern Cheyenne Tribe said the administration lifted the moratorium on coal leases without hearing the tribe's concerns about the impact the coal-leasing program has on the tribe.
Lawyers for the Cheyenne River Sioux and the Standing Rock Sioux wanted Judge Boasberg to block construction with a temporary restraining order.
Legal experts agreed the tribe faces long odds in convincing any court to halt the $3.8 billion project led by Energy Transfer Partners LP, which could now begin operation as soon as June.
Protesters were set to gather in a number of U.S. cities on Wednesday, a day after the U.S. Army said in a legal filing it planned to cancel an environmental study and grant the final easement needed to complete the Dakota pipeline.