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Photos of Native Kids Defending Earth
Massive Black Hole 12 Billion Suns Big
BIA Releases New ICWA Guidelines
Sovereignty Stems Global Warming: NatGeo
One Spoon: Many Generations
Being Native and Black
Sand Creek Remembered at Yale
Notah Begay's Foundation Releases PSA
Assimilate This! The ANB & 3-Piece Suit
Lummi: Unequivocal No to Coal Terminals
Round Valley First Forest Carbon Offset
Hawaiian Graduate Shows Off His Malo
NCAI Winter Session Ends Today
Obama Budget Supports Tribal Sovereignty
West Valley Resort Going 'Vertical'
Native American Murals Vandalized
Oil Oversight Absent as NM Develops Fast
Chris Pappan's Edgier, Sexier Ledger Art
Native Youth Tackle Tribal Issues
Northern Quest Resort &Casino Wins Award
Thing About Skins
University of Michigan prepares to return remains
WASHINGTON – A new rule involving the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act has one of the nation’s largest research institutions preparing to return a collection ...
New Midwest BIA director announced
WASHINGTON – BIA Director Jerry Gidner announced March 4 that he has named Diane K. Rosen as regional director of the BIA’s Midwest Regional Office in Ft. Snelling, Minn...
HUD funds against lead paint
WASHINGTON – The Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded more than $13 million in grants to 25 local projects “to conduct a wide range of activities that include el...
Newcomb: On the Indian title of ‘occupancy’
I n the 1923 case Cramer v. United States , the U.S...
Holding the Olympic legacy
Jennifer Ashawasegai, Today correspondent
N ow that the 2010 Winter Olympics are over, First Nations in British Columbia, Canada are hoping the warm feelings will extend far beyond the games...
Opposition to online wagering softening
Dave Palermo, Today correspondent
T ribal governments and commercial gambling companies are softening their opposition to legal Internet wagering, although it does not appear likely that pending legislation to perm...
Disenrollment activists taking their case to the UN
The United Nation’s Human Rights Council (HRC) has begun a year-long review of the United States’ human rights record, with particular attention to be paid to the nation’s treatmen...
Dorgan cites health bill benefits for tribes
The health care reform bill that passed earlier this month includes a number of provisions to provide better health care to American Indians. Sen...
Indian tribes spar over Glendale annexation
The Gila River Indian Community is funding a media campaign portraying the Tohono O’odham Nation as “greedy” for seeking to build a casino adjacent to Glendale...
Feeling the pulse of a thriving culture
Phil Little Thunder’s eyes, standing out against the black paint that surrounded them, took in the adults and children dancing around him as the song filled his ears...
Indians Try to Keep Cases Away From High Court
The Supreme Court has not granted review of any Indian law cases in the current term, but you won't hear complaints from the Tribal Supreme Court Project...
Mashpee tribe mum on casino plans for Middleboro
More than a month has passed since Middleboro officials asked the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe for some reassurance that their deal to bring a resort casino to town is still secure, but...
San Pasqual band wins slots suit
For the second time in a week, a North County Indian band has won litigation against the state over slot machines...
Indian Tribes Receive Energy Efficiency, Green Jobs Expansion Grants
The Pascua Yaqui, Quechan and Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT) are among the eight Native American communities in Arizona to receive a total of more than $1 million in new Effic...
Osage Nation clarifies
Letter to the Editor
I n her “Ask Elouise” letter published March 24, Ms. Cobell makes a false statement about the Osage Nation’s successful intervention into the Cobell v. Salazar case...
Inaugural CLE seminar touched on many subjects
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
Tribal schools focusing on finding Native teachers
Lesley Wright, The Arizona Republic
PHOENIX (AP) – Shannon Begaye did not aspire to be a teacher. She thought she would go into law for the money, then into computers for the fun...
Lummi carver donates totem pole to Ferndale school
John Stark, The Bellingham Herald
Native education is the commitment of a new president
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
Law conference emphasized Indian country economy
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho College of Law recently held its fifth annual conference to look at issues involving Indian country; this year’s emphasis was on economics...
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