Renzo Pipoli, Today correspondent
8/28/09
P eru Native groups keeping ancestral ways of life may restart protests unless President Alan Garcia makes good on promises to heal dozens of Natives with bullet wounds following t...
David Dudenhoefer, Today correspondent
8/28/09
D ecades of activism by Ecuador’s indigenous peoples have earned them considerable political power, and last year the government approved a constitution that incorporates many of t...
8/28/09
Judge Carol Bagley Amon, a federal judge in Brooklyn, has ruled that businesses that sell cigarettes on Indian tribal lands are not exempt from federal, New York State or New York ...
Bob Christie, Associated Press Writer
8/28/09
PHOENIX – Compromise is possible on a proposed copper mine in southeastern Arizona that’s thought to contain the largest undeveloped deposit of high-grade copper in the world, Inte...
Gale Courey Toensing
8/28/09
Editors Note: As Indian Country Today was going to press, the U.S...
8/28/09
For months, the recession's effect on tribally owned casinos has been raising troubling questions in Indian Country. What would happen if a tribal casino defaulted? Could the U.S...
8/28/09
A state judge for a second time refused yesterday to order the return of 176,000 cartons of cigarettes seized in November during raids on the Cayuga Indian Nation's two upstate con...
Jack Duran, Guest Columnist
8/28/09
I am likely breaking some sort of gaming taboo discussing the topic of bankruptcy, however, with the current state of the economy, struggling to recover from the collapse of the fi...
8/28/09
The Onondaga Indian Nation will bury the ancestral remains of 180 individuals next month, ending a long-standing dispute with the New York State Museum...
8/28/09
In September, the history of Palm Springs will be presented through the perspective of the area's first residents, the Cahuilla people...

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