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Mayan Community Under Attack
Veterans Need Careers
Quicken: Top Mortgage Lender to Indians
Anti-Gay Catholics, Chinese Sex Toys
Chickasaw Vo-Rehab Helps Secure Futures
8 Tasteless Mascots That Aren't Redskins
Video: Treaty or Not? Ep. 5
Anti-Black Racism in Indian Country
Watch Hoop Dancer Derrick Suwaima Davis
Mills to Receive NCAA's Highest Honor
Nelson Mandela's Nunavut Re-Fueling Stop
Petition to Change Utes Nickname Filed
Montreal Massacre Marked in Canada
6 Tribes That Received FEMA Relief
Flourless Thin Mints for the Holidays
Cherokee Devotes Time Tribe's Betterment
An Oil Company’s Misleading Art
Law Expert on Task Force for Native Kids
Wash Post Readers Say Change 'Redskins'
Things About Skins
Trahant: Where do ideas come from? An outsider’s perspective
W here do ideas come from?...
Pascua Yaqui Tribe selects MICROS for its sister casinos
COLUMBIA, Md. – MICROS Systems, Inc...
Conference shoots for $1 billion in contracts
PHOENIX – More than 3,000 people are expected to attend the premier American Indian business and economic development event in the country – the 24th Annual Reservation Economic Su...
‘Always a People’ a teaching mosaic
Pam Hughes, Today correspondent
“ A lways a People: Oral Histories of Contemporary Woodland Indians” is a teaching mosaic related by 40 community-designated elders and leaders of Potawatomi, Delaware, Miami, Otta...
Glacier Park centennial captures human stories
Dan Elliott, Associated Press Writer
AP interview: Sebelius to boost Indian health care
Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON – Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will launch a new multiyear effort to improve health care for American Indians, which she calls a “historic failu...
North Dakota tribes urge settlement in Keepseagle case
BISMARCK, N.D. (UTN) – The five tribes of North Dakota are urging a settlement in the 10-year-old lawsuit by American Indian ranchers against the U. S. Department of Agriculture...
Fixing the process
Letter to the Editor
T here is a hearing scheduled for Nov. 4, titled “Fixing the Acknowledgment Process.” There are those who feel the process is to complex and takes too long...
Entrepreneurial spirit lands MSU students in first place
BILLINGS, Mont. – Some people, it’s said, wear their hearts on their sleeves...
Sacramento and Bay area on route to Red Hawk Casino
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