Canadian, Inuit and international trade leaders alike are...
  The decision of U.S. Senator Max Baucus (D-Montana) not...
  Dianne Barker Harrold took a seven-year experience with...
Lawyers from the Department of Justice have urged a federal...
The two surviving children of sports great Jim Thorpe won a...
Exxon Mobil Corp. on Monday April 15 removed 52 feet of its...
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Court Cases

ICTMN Staff
10/9/12
The Colville Confederated Tribes of Washington State are savoring a court victory that has been a long time in the making: In mid-September, British Columbia–based Teck Resources L...
Kelly Koepke
10/5/12
The first Republican Native American appointed to the Second Judicial District Court in New Mexico is running for re-election. Samuel L...
David P. Ball
10/5/12
A First Nation whose land sits in the heart of the Alberta oil sands has ramped up its legal battle against the vast industrial development, which has generated controversy because...
Vincent Schilling
10/3/12
On October 1, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) against brewers, retailers and distributors of alcohol sold in Whiteclay, Nebraska...
Gale Courey Toensing
10/2/12
How equitable is a solution that favors only one side of a dispute?...
Marc Dadigan
10/2/12
For months, the Winnemem Wintu Tribe campaigned to pressure the U.S...
Mark Trahant
10/1/12
The U.S. Supreme Court begins its fall session today, the first Monday in October, and a little more than a month away from the presidential election tally...
Tanya Lee
10/1/12
One of five children, Margaret Treuer (troy-er), Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, who just won the National Association of Women Judges' Lifetime Achievement Award, started out in an 8-f...
Carol Berry
9/30/12
A 58-year-old Native man failed in a challenge to the admission of evidence in his 2010 trial on charges of assault with intent to commit murder and related offenses, a three-judge...
Carol Berry
9/29/12
Two piles of mingled industrial tailings—known locally as “chat”—have triggered a conflict in northeastern Oklahoma between Quapaw Tribe descendants who are the chat’s partial owne...

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