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Indian Country Headline News

Heather Steinberger
3/24/14
In 1974, Yurok tribal member Abby Abinanti became the first Native American woman to be admitted to the State Bar of California...
ICTMN Staff
3/24/14
As many as 108 people could be missing after a March 22 landslide killed at least eight people, injured seven and destroyed about 30 homes, authorities said on Monday March 24...
Vincent Schilling
3/24/14
Considering Washington, D.C...
ICTMN Staff
3/23/14
It's our weekly roundup of the news that mattered most in Indian country: ABOUT DAM TIME: Montana’s Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) will become the first tribes in t...

Parched by drought that is causing water shortages and threatening crops and fisheries, California and the tribes res

Steve Russell
3/21/14
The San Diego Zoo announced on March 13 that Imani, 18, was too long in labor with her first baby...
Vincent Schilling
3/21/14
Indian Country Today Media Network’s Man on the Street, Vincent Schilling, was recently in Washington D.C...
Alex Jacobs
3/20/14
On February 14, New Mexico got a Valentines’ Day present, and we are still dealing with the fallout (pun unavoidable) from that event...
Mark Trahant
3/20/14
Is it a foregone conclusion that the Senate will go Republican in November? That’s the talk coming from many strategists in both parties lately...
Alysa Landry
3/20/14
Navajo voters this year will elect their eighth president in a race that comes as the tribe wrestles with unemployment, controversial energy policies and widespread government corr...

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