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Quileute Sue Over 'Twilight' Merch
Sherpas Scuttle Everest Climbing Season
Tribe Wins $500K Telemedicine Grant
Student Creates Lego Wampum Belt
Cliven Bundy: Racist, Recent and Wrong?
Cladoosby Calls Out John Kerry
Chefs Raise Hoop Dancer Funds for France
Billy Mills Is Still Golden
CRYP Launches Wowapi Teen Book Club
Hawaiian Sovereignty Moves Forward
Public Meetings Coming up on Navajo Mine
Good, Bad, Ugly: Culture as Commodity
Tribal Tourism Summit Educates Nevada
Dan Snyder Is All Three Worst People
'Rabbit-Proof Fence' Author Walks On
Haskell University Battles Cutbacks
Native Death Rate 50% Higher Than Whites
Convoluted U.S. ‘Logic’ About Shoshone
Jewell Keynote Speaker at Tribal Summit
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Thing About Skins
Marquez: On legal and social citizenship
Citizen, as defined, is allegiance to, for the protection from, any given state. Citizenship, in today's global arena, may be seen as a political quandary...
Ware: Will Rogers' overlooked Cherokee roots
In February 1928, The New York Times reported that, ''Owing to the power of Will Rogers's name, Claremore, Okla., the humorist's old home, seems likely to have a $50,000 Government...
Justice in Indian country
Light shed on 'shameful' U.S. Attorney firings Part one Editor's note: This week, Indian Country Today begins an ongoing series that examines justice in Indian country...
Law enforcement is a 'dotted blue line' in Indian country
WASHINGTON - ''Police officers are sometimes called the thin blue line that protects the ordinary citizen from crime. The problem is that in Indian country, that's a dotted line...
Freedmen status at issue in Washington
WASHINGTON - In Oklahoma, Cherokee voters returned Principal Chief Chad Smith to office, and by a similarly wide margin approved a ballot measure canceling the BIA's authority to s...
Catching up with Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell
Part two WASHINGTON - Former Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell comes back from Colorado to Washington every three weeks or so...
Jurisdiction issues dominate law enforcement hearing
WASHINGTON - Jurisdiction was at the forefront of a law enforcement hearing before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs June 21. Committee chairman Sen...
Washington in brief
Immigration reform is not comprehensive without tribes With an immigration reform bill poised for an important procedural vote in the Senate June 27 or 28, the National Congress of...
National Indian Education Association joins 'Campaign for High School Equity'
Civil rights organizations ensure every student in the nation is prepared for success WASHINGTON - Nine of the nation's major organizations representing communities of color recent...
'Catching the Dreams of our Ancestors'
Lummi artists return home for annual cultural festival SAN JUAN ISLAND, Wash...
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