Merida Kipp remembers the elder who came into her library...
As we have been highlighting Native resistance fighters...
Navajo president hopeful Chris Deschene is still in the...
A record number of Native American women in New Mexico are...
When Kevin Washburn was a student at Yale Law School where...
Invoking tribal health and cultural survival, the Eastern...
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Indian Country Headline News

Gale Courey Toensing
5/3/12
The former partner-in-crime of convicted Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff is asking the highest court in the country for permission to renege on his commitment to pay around $20 m...
ICTMN Staff
5/3/12
As the Oregon Board of Education considers a rule that would remove state funding from any school or district that continues to use a American Indian mascot after July 1, 2017, opp...
ICTMN Staff
5/2/12
On April 11, President Barack Obama and his administration announced its intent to settle claims of mismanaged funds with 41 tribes totaling $1.023 billion as reported by Indian Co...
ICTMN Staff
5/2/12
Legislation in Minnesota may pave the way for Canterbury Park in Shakopee and Running Aces Harness Park in Columbus to expand table game offerings and provide simulcasting of horse...
ICTMN Staff
5/2/12
Cherokee Nation Businesses ' (CNB) board of directors announced the company earned record profits for the month of March...
ICTMN Staff
5/2/12
When it opened in 1902, the Sherman Institute’s purpose was to assimilate Native American children and eradicate their culture...
Richard Walker
5/2/12
Residents of the Miranda Allotment on Tübatulabal Tribe land, near Lake Isabella, California, land will have better access to clean water when a project of the tribe and the U.S...
ICTMN Staff
5/2/12
Yet another piece of tsunami flotsam has turned up off Canada, but unlike the tsunami ghost ship in March, this one actually made it to Haida Gwaii’s shores...
ICTMN Staff
5/1/12
Nevada will get its first wind power project, following the March 29 settlement of a lawsuit, states a press release ...
Arizona State University News
5/1/12
Fonda Walters’ higher education journey started when she was just 5, a Navajo girl growing up in Tuba City, whose father frequently asked her at dinner, “Where are you going to col...

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