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Judges Rule in Favor of SBT
What the Hell Is Wrong With ABQ Cops?
Colorful Easter Carpet Breaks Records
Militia: God Gave Land to Settlers
The Trees Danced for Us
Tribes in Court Over North Dakota Land
Remembering Good Friday Disasters
Kansas City to Host Tennis Championships
Gunmen on Video Shooting at Guarani
NFL Franchise Channels Puritan Colonists
Trumpeter Swan Poachers Sentenced
Locals Learning Emergency Response
Cherokee Nation Adds Millions to Housing
CNN Reporter Explores Best Native Places
Racial Bullying Persists in NoCal
White House Honors Henry Red Cloud
USDA Offers Native Rural Business Grants
'Scalped' Comic Book Is Coming to TV
Climate Change on Prime Time Television
Watch: Jewell Deliver SIPI Commencement
Thing About Skins
NB3 Golf Challenge is all about the future
Gale Courey Toensing
Best-Selling Book Tells Story Of Fierce Comanches
In the 19th century, U.S...
Tribal leaders see benefit to new law on sentencing
A new federal law lets tribal judges hand down longer sentences, and assures help from federal prosecutors when more serious crimes are committed on American Indian reservations, l...
Indian scholars gather to share Native perspective on history
On the first day of classes, Myla Vicenti Carpio, an assistant professor of American Indian Studies at Arizona State University, shakes hands with all her new students and welcomes...
Time tight for Akaka Bill
There are enough votes in the U.S. Senate to pass by year's end a bill to treat native Hawaiians like the nation's other indigenous groups. That's according to Sen...
Oneida Nation dispossessed of right to reclaim land or compensation
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK – If an appeals court ruling stands, Indian nations may not be able to reclaim their illegally taken ancestral lands or receive compensation for their loss, because it wou...
Southeast Native leaders remember Ted Stevens
Monday’s plane crash near Dillingham ended the life of one of Alaska Natives’ most effective advocates in Washington, D.C...
Mashpee Wampanoag tribe trying to take Fall River land into trust
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe says it has added 300 acres in Fall River to the land it is trying to take into trust with the federal government, a move that would facilitate the trib...
'Dazzling Colors' shows trials of Plains Indians on reservations
The empty 19th century feathered Yankton Sioux headdress, with flowing eagle feathers and colorful bead work, in the middle of the room might suggest the exhibit it's part of is ab...
Building the Indian Country economy, one business at a time
Drive down Highway 1 in Red Lake and you'll see lots of government buildings and a tribally owned grocery store. But there are no coffee shops or clothing stores...
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