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6 tribes seek U.S. approval of status
A long-stalled quest by six Virginia Indian tribes began anew Wednesday at a congressional hearing on legislation to grant the groups federal recognition...
Moran, Kaine push for recognition of Va. Indian tribes
They've been here before, to this marbled city, this gilded room...
NC Indian Tribe Gets Federal Support
A North Carolina Indian tribe that has sought federal recognition for years now has support from the president and a major federal agency...
Expert pins deadly Tamiami Trail crash on Kendall driver
A Kendall woman likely drove into oncoming traffic on Tamiami Trail, causing the crash that killed her and hospitalized three Miccosukee Indians, said an accident reconstruction ex...
SDSU's Cox Arena to be called 'Viejas'
San Diego State University has sold the naming rights of its sports arena to the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians, which operates a casino, an outlet center and other businesses at ...
Ariz. tribe hit by flooding to reopen to visitors
An American Indian tribe that lives in a gorge off the Grand Canyon plans to reopen the flood-damaged area to tourists on May 1...
Recession severe for White Earth Reservation, but progress still taking place
White Earth Tribal Chairwoman Erma Vizenor said that the meltdown of the economy might have started in Washington and Wall Street, but its effects have hit the reservation particul...
Move to ban dumps gains momentum
Efforts to prevent other states from dumping garbage in South Carolina gathered steam Tuesday when key senators decided to ban mega-landfills — temporarily...
Student interns get on-the-job experience with tribal operations
When Saginaw senior Shaena Girard gets home at night, no blank stare greets her when she talks about work...
Briggs: Battle lines still drawn in the Ancient One’s case
Kara Briggs, Columnist
T he battle over the ancestral remains of Indian nations along the Columbia River didn’t begin or end with the famous Kennewick Man case...
Letters: Native American names illustrate power, pride
There have been in the last two weeks two articles written about schools changing their mascot from a Native American name to one that is less offensive...
Stilly Tribe reopens smoke shop
The Stillaguamish Indian Tribe opened Stilly Smoke Signals, a shop offering tobacco products, early this month...
Senecas to stop selling cigarettes that fail to meet fire safety standards
Cigarettes that fail to meet fire-safe standards will no longer be sold by Seneca Nation smoke shops, a change that likely will affect millions of cigarettes sold each year by the ...
Show: Showing Indian country the money
A s Indian country breathes a sigh of relief over President Barack Obama’s allocation of about $3 billion of the $787 billion economic stimulus plan to tribes and tribal projects, ...
Black out during white out
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
Moran reintroduces federal-recognition bill for Virginia tribes
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
U.S. Rep. James P. Moran , D-Va., continues to push legislation that would extend federal recognition to six Virginia Indian tribes...
MTUPP to conduct adult tobacco survey
T he Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program of the Department of Public Health and Human Services, in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , will condu...
OIN’s Indian Country Today earns national business award
Indian Country Today (ICT) was the recipient of the American Indian Tribal Enterprise of the Year award at an economic summit and trade fair held in Las Vegas...
Land settlement prompts praise, protests
Southern California tribe helps Hoopa with its air quality crisis
Since the lightning-sparked inland wildfires broke out June 21, smoke continues to blanket the Hoopa Valley, a situation that has prompted the Hoopa Valley Tribe to spend more than...
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