New York Times:  “Seven years ago, the Havasupai Indians, who live amid the turquoise waterfalls and red cliffs miles deep in the Grand Canyon, issued a ‘banishment order’ to keep Arizona State University employees from setting foot on their reservation — an ancient punishment for what they regarded as a genetic-era betrayal.”  Now ASU will pay the tribe $700,000 to settle claims that ASU researchers improperly used DNA samples taken from tribe members for scientific research.