Carol Berry, Today correspondent
1/7/11
LONGMONT, Colo. – A California tribe has gained the upper hand in a sovereignty conflict with a consulting business based in northern Colorado. Breakthrough Management Group Inc...
1/6/11
The state has awarded another round of grants to American Indian tribes to help cover law enforcement expenses...
1/6/11
You can almost hear the splash of paddles hitting the water, an eagle call overhead and the crash of whales breaching as Jamie Valadez tells her high school students about paddling...
Gale Courey Toensing, Today staff
1/6/11
WASHINGTON – The BIA’s announced its decision to take land into trust for an initial reservation for the Cowlitz Indian Tribe on the same day that the 111th Congress adjourned with...
1/6/11
Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Tex Hall is speaking to the Legislature about the relationship between North Dakota's state government and its American Indian tribal governments...
Renzo Pipoli, Today correspondent
1/5/11
P eruvian Amazon Natives who still live in traditional ways, a minority numbering at least some 350,000 individuals divided in multiple tribes that speak dozens of languages, are m...
1/5/11
The history of the Lumbee Indian tribe's journey to gain full federal recognition — a journey that began more than a century ago — is a chronicle of disappointment and frustration...
1/4/11
The hereditary chief of the Sauk-Suiattle Tribe has died. James Lawrence Joseph, 70, will be remembered in funeral services set for 11 a.m...
1/4/11
The US Mint is releasing its newest coin, the 2011 Native American $1 Coin...
Patty Dimitriou
1/4/11
H aving endured centuries of conflict, survival and persecution, the Mashantucket Pequots were nearly killed off their traditional homelands in southeastern Connecticut...

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