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Housing council cuts staff, requests more money
WASHINGTON - The National American Indian Housing Council, having laid off half its staff due to federal budget cuts, wants Congress to increase housing money for the hundreds of t...
Winnebago Tribe lead business diversification away from casinos
The Associated Press
By Anna Jo Bratton -- Associated Press WINNEBAGO, Neb...
Mashpee Wampanoag recognition adds new twist to casino debate
The Associated Press
By Steve LeBlanc -- Associated Press BOSTON (AP) - The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe's success in winning federal recognition as a sovereign American Indian nation is adding a new twist ...
Colville mill reopens after fire
OMAK, Wash. - Eight months after a fire devastated large portions of the Colville Indian Plywood and Veneer facility, the mill has returned to full operation...
Let the games begin
Forging a compact, Mohawk style Prospects for Indian gaming in New York's Catskill Mountains took a major step forward on Feb. 19 when Gov. Eliot Spitzer and the St...
Indian health care rations in Walter Reed's shadow
By now, the entire nation knows about veterans under the care of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington...
A truth: 'Real, immediate and devastating' Part one Inuit leader Sheila Watt-Cloutier's March 1 testimony before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights put a spotlight on cl...
Kudos and consequences
Artman confirmed as BIA head With federal funding for Indian programs on the chopping block and a reported backlog of nearly 2,000 land into trust applications, Indian country has ...
Smith: Cherokees vote for Indian blood
On March 3, the citizens of the Cherokee Nation voted for the third time in the past 30 years on the citizenship clause of our Constitution...
Lightfoot: Reconciling moral outrage with self-determination
Cherokee vote Chad Smith, the principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, claims that amending the Cherokee Nation Constitution to restrict membership to the descendents of the Dawes R...
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