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What Defines an Indigenous Group?
Moya-Smith: 'Anchor Babies' Demeans Kids
Lloyd Oxendine Walks On
Clean Eating and the ‘Dirty Dozen'
Morongo Tribe Revamps Iconic Eatery
Crazy Candidates Not Named Trump Pt. 1
Fire Departments Running Out of Men
Looking to Sky for Relief From Wildfires
ICTMN Premieres New Magazine
Texas Tech’s Gabby Barker: A Rising Star
Oil Industry Calling Uintah and Ouray
5 Native Casinos That Tell Stories
People of Color Must Unite
Last Chance Vote 4 Your Fav Indy Artist
Acting Associate AG Addresses Conference
Pueblo Fights Plan to Build New City
NIEA’s Keynote Speakers Announced
Cherokee Bull Rider—Anything Is Possible
Masterpieces: 8 Santa Fe Winners
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...
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...
Oneida Land Claims, Quiet Title Act among Supreme Court’s Fall Petitions
Gale Courey Toensing
Matthew Fletcher’s Turtle Talk legal blog has posted a preview of the Indian law cases that will come before the U.S. Supreme Court for selection this term...
Métis Honor Anniversary of Landmark Rights Decision
On September 19, 2003, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the Métis, as a distinct aboriginal group, had legal harvesting rights...
Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority Under Fire
The Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA), which oversees the six First Nations casinos in the province of the same name, is embroiled in controversy that borders on scandal...
Capital punishment, the saying goes, means that those without the capital get the punishment, and in more than 35 years of labor in criminal law, I’ve yet to see a case that dispro...
Nevada Tribal Law Enforcement Receives $3.6 Million Boost
Four American Indian tribes in Nevada along with a tribal organization will split $3.625 million in grants for enhanced law enforcement practices and sustain crime prevention and i...
Manitoba Chiefs Want Teulon Residence Added to Official Schools List
Less than a month after an August court ruling that set out criteria for adding institutions to the official list of residential schools under the Indian Residential Schools Settle...
Revised Bullet Analysis Isn’t Compelling
A 22-year-old Cochiti Pueblo member, who was sentenced to life in prison for first-degree murder a quarter-century ago recently failed to convince a three-judge panel that flaws in...
Historical Weapons Thief Sentenced
A 32-year-old who used foot soldiers to do his bidding has been sentenced on felony charges in connection with the thefts at Bent’s Old Fort National Historic Site in southeastern ...
Echo-Hawk to Keynote Law Symposium September 16
On September 16 th , Walter Echo-Hawk, of the Pawnee Nation, will keynote the 11 th Annual Native Nations Law Symposium...
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