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Indigenous Ways Surprise Students
Congress Members For Penobscot v. Maine
Thinking About ‘Tribes’
Uranium-Mine Opponents Win in SD
Navajo Star Wars on Star Wars Day
Cherokee Traditions Propel OSU Student
'We’re Going to End Poverty on Pine Ridg
AAUP Blasts U. of Illinois
Traditional Foods to Be Served to Elders
Life Is a State of Mind
The Week That Was
Full Flower Moon Rejoices in Spring
Cooking Deer Meat and Teaching Hupa
Rescued Out of Slavery
Was the 'Discovery' of America 'Holy'?
DOE Will Pay NM $73mn for WIPP Leak
10 Fun Pow Wows for Kids
3 Natives Chosen as Truman Scholars
Deep Spending Cuts for Federal Programs
Colonials' Mental Illness
Thing About Skins
Inuit and Canadian Officials Lash Out at European Union's Seal Products Ban
Canadian, Inuit and international trade leaders alike are...
Montana's Native Vote Could Decide US Senate Control
The decision of U.S. Senator Max Baucus (D-Montana) not...
Cherokee Attorney Earns National Crime Victims' Service Award
Dianne Barker Harrold took a seven-year experience with...
Cape Wind: Justice Department Urges Swift Lawsuit Resolution Before Tax Breaks Expire
Lawyers from the Department of Justice have urged a federal...
Jim Thorpe's Sons Win Federal Lawsuit Against Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania
The two surviving children of sports great Jim Thorpe won a...
Exxon Removing Section of Ruptured Arkansas Pipeline
Exxon Mobil Corp. on Monday April 15 removed 52 feet of its...
Montana Shooting Suspect Captured Near Spokane
Sheldon Bernard Chase, a suspect in a triple homicide in Montana was apprehended on October 5...
Woman’s Sentence Reduced to Eight Years for Selling $31 of Pot
In October of 2010, Patricia Marilyn Spottedcrow, a 25-year old Cheyenne woman with four young children, was sentenced to 12 years in an Oklahoma prison for selling $31 worth of ma...
Legal Distinction Between Class II and III Gaming Causes Innovation, Anguish
More than 20 years after the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) became federal law, the three-tier class system it created is still evolving, often in ways that no one could have ...
Widespread Support for Gun Lake’s Trust Land
Gale Courey Toensing
Local governments, business groups and agencies in and around Allegan County, Michigan, where the Gun Lake Tribe has its casino have urged the U.S...
Fallout Persists from Spring Floods in Manitoba
Months after spring floods have receded, some Manitoba First Nations are still displaced, leading two of them to file suit and one to request barracks housing through the winter...
Wade Blackmon Joins Firm’s Growing New York Office
On September 22, Wade Blackmon was announced as the newest member of the Native American Team at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, further expanding the firm’s growing New York o...
Aquinnah Wampanaog Tribe Wins $567,236 DoJ Grant
Gale Courey Toensing
The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) has won a $567,236 competitive grant for its judiciary department from the federal Department of Justice ...
Montana Catholic Church, Ursulines Face Sexual-Abuse Charges
On Tuesday, September 27, Tamaki Law of Yakima, Washington, and Morales Law Office of Missoula, Montana, filed a complaint against the Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena (Montana) an...
Galanda Broadman Adds Ryan Dreveskracht to Growing Staff
Prolific legal scholar and former U.S...
Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals Weekly Roundup – September 19 – 25
Beginning this week Indian Country Today Media Network is introducing a weekly roundup from court cases that have been heard by the U.S...
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