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Russell Begaye Wins Navajo Election: Time to Unite and Move Forward
With a margin of more than 10,000 votes, Russell Begaye...
UN Special Rapporteur: We Must Hear Directly From World’s Indigenous Peoples
When Filipino Victoria Tauli-Corpuz (Igorot) was appointed...
Hitting Pot Jackpot? Tribe Starts Medical Marijuana Cultivation
Another California tribe has announced its venture into the...
Maine Governor Affirms and Rejects Tribal Sovereignty in New Executive Order
The governor of Maine has rescinded a three year-old...
Racism Built on Stupid Myth: The Broken DNA of White Supremacy
The belief in white supremacy is a real thing that kills...
Navajo Election: How We Got Here?
When the polls close Tuesday on the Navajo Nation, voters...
Navajos' Planned Grand Canyon Development Draws Concerns
The jubilant announcement of a Navajo Nation plan to develop the East Rim of the Grand Canyon for tourism is getting a chilly reception from tribal residents of the area, the Hopi ...
Lawyer Reflects on Supreme Court and Indian Health Law
WASHINGTON – Geoffrey Strommer, a partner with Hobbs, Straus, Dean & Walker, has been the lead Native affairs lawyer in the nation following how the U.S...
Bolivia TIPNIS Road Conflict Reignites
Five months after their 350-mile march ended in apparent victory, hundreds of people from Bolivia's eastern lowlands have decided to protest again...
Penobscot Nation Hires Reagan Appointee to Help Grow its Economy
The Penobscot Indian Nation has hired the former inspector general for the Environmental Protection Agency during the Ronald Reagan Administration to help stimulate economic growth...
Ute Nations Honored With Flag Raising at Colorado's State Capitol
Two Ute tribal flags will share pride of place with flags of the United States and the state of Colorado as they are displayed side-by-side in the state’s capitol, an arrangement C...
NM Governor Solicits More Native Parents to Serve as Foster Families
At a tribal leaders forum yesterday, Gov. Susana Martinez said the state needs more Native Americans willing to serve as foster parents, reported the Associated Press ...
Ute Leaders Discuss American Indian Education
From plans for a new college to concerns about soaring tuition costs, officials of the Southern Ute Indian and Ute Mountain Ute tribes grappled with the promises and difficulties o...
Indian Health Law in Danger at Supreme Court
WASHINGTON – If the U.S. Supreme Court decides to throw out the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act (ACA), a major Indian health law would go out with the bathwater...
Calvin Lay, Former Seneca President, Walks On
Seneca Nation Unveils Re-Designed $130 Million Buffalo Creek Casino
Gale Courey Toensing
New Casino Will Be Part of Revitalized City Waterfront The Seneca Nation of Indians has announced plans to move ahead with a re-designed $130 million casino in Buffalo’s waterfront...
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