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Indian attorneys aspire to work for the Native American...
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Indian Country Headline News

Brian Daffron
5/21/13
As Oklahoma awoke to a devastating new reality—inasmuch as anyone had slept at all, that is—on the morning of Tuesday, May 21, the stirrings of recovery were evident, though commun...
ICTMN Staff
5/21/13
There was no Oz for Barbara Garcia to land in after Monday’s devastating tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. But "Toto" did make it through...
Grace Marks
5/21/13
With so many distractions from cell phones, social media, to mental clutter, are we really tuning in to listen? Are we listening to ourselves, our co-workers, and customers?...
Michelle Tirado
5/21/13
A mere probation violation, according to a San Carlos Apache woman, garnered her 10-year-old grandson living on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana a $500,000 bond...
ICTMN Staff
5/21/13
As responders, including at least 250 National Guardsmen, sifted through debris looking for tornado survivors, President Barack Obama on Tuesday morning told Oklahamans that they d...
ICTMN Staff
5/21/13
Every week TheAtlantic.com Sports Roundtable discusses a hot-button sports topic of the moment. The conversations are engaging, thoughtful and lively...
Jackleen de la Harpe
5/21/13
In Indian country, frybread, Indian tacos, curly fries and pizza have become as “traditional” as the dancing and socializing of annual pow wows and celebrations...
Heather Steinberger
5/21/13
On Saturday, March 23, 2013, after an all-night wake at the Mother Butler Center, 28-year-old Lyle Francis Eagle Tail was laid to rest in the Mountain View Cemetery in Rapid City, ...
ICTMN Staff
5/20/13
A massive tornado ripped through Moore, Oklahoma, the hometown of U.S...
ICTMN Staff
5/20/13
Perique ( pronounced pə-réek ) is a rare, dark and richly flavored tobacco originally cultivated by the Choctaw Indians more than 400 years ago...

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