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The Indian You Need: Richard Ray Whitman
Santa Sings Christmas Carol in Navajo
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New Superintendent Will Meet Native Reps
Jude Schimmel in the House!
Navajos Buy 7 Sacred Masks at Auction
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Thing About Skins
Choctaw land plight
Letter to the Editor
This letter is regarding the Choctaw Nation of Florida, our recognition and tribal lands, interest and compensation...
Shinnecock Indian Nation granted federal acknowledgment
Letter to the Editor
The BIA has issued a proposed finding granting federal acknowledgment to the Shinnecock Indian Nation, a Long Island tribe that filed its petition 31 years ago...
Sebastian says he kept guns, owed cousin nothing
Eastern Pequot tribal member Mark R. Sebastian denied transferring pistols to a cousin who is a convicted felon at his firearms trial...
Police step up security at civic center after Wednesday night shooting
Basketball fans will see an increased law enforcement presence inside and outside of the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center following a shooting at the Lakota Nation Invitational Wednesda...
Tribe receives $240K federal transit grant
Athens Township's Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi will buy two new buses with a $240,000 federal grant it received, according to a news release from the tribe today...
10:04 a.m.: Traficant wants local casino
James Traficant said he has plans to work with Native Americans to open a casino/resort in the Mahoning Valley...
Navajos vote to reduce size of Tribal Council
Navajos voted Dec...
Officials put crisis of reservation suicides 'front and center' at LNI
Kirsten Clifford pinned a yellow ribbon to her Little Wound Lady Mustangs basketball warm-up Wednesday, one small thread in what Tiny DeCory hopes will become a tapestry of suicide...
Suspect pleads not guilty to charges
A former tribal security chief turned preacher pleaded not guilty Tuesday to killing three people in Rancho Mirage in 1981...
Karuk activists block logging road
A group of Karuk Indian activists on Wednesday morning blockaded a road being used by a U.S...
Joplin man pleads guilty to stealing from casino by counterfeiting chips
A Southwest Missouri man has pleaded guilty in Oklahoma federal court to using counterfeit poker chips to steal thousands of dollars from an Indian casino in Northeast Oklahoma...
Native Hawaiian bill moves ahead without revision that upset state
A Native Hawaiian federal recognition bill moved forward in the House yesterday without the proposed changes that have drawn opposition from Gov. Linda Lingle...
Soaring Eagle Casino to reopen at 2 a.m. Thursday
Employees head back to work at the Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort in Mt. Pleasant after a bomb threat Wednesday afternoon...
Next step after tribe's default not yet certain
It's not the kind of milestone that warrants a parade...
‘Coming of Age’ Pendleton style
Pictured, from left, are Theresa Allen, the Native Project; Rodney McCoy, Spokane Tribe of Indians Youth Program; Twa-Le Abrahamson, SHAWL (Sovereignty, Health, Air, Water, Land) S...
No one should go through breast cancer alone
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
W hen a doctor tells a woman, “you have breast cancer,” it can be shattering. She may feel vulnerable, and alone. She may feel overwhelmed by questions and concerns...
Exploring the prevalence of domestic violence against Native Americans
Kathryn Tucker, Special to Today
Part 1 of 4 N ative American women experience the highest rates of Intimate Partner Violence of any ethnic group in the United States...
Prairie Band Potawatomi women finding their voice in landmark study
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
MAYETTA, Kan. – The first in a series of meetings to address the findings of a landmark study on domestic violence among Prairie Band Potawatomi women took place Dec...
‘Seeing Red: Anger, Sentimentality, and American Indians,’ by Cari M. Carpenter
Lisa Garrigues, Today correspondent
W hile I was reading “Seeing Red: Anger, Sentimentality, and American Indians” by Cari M...
Swine flu linked to 18 Mont. deaths
The Associated Press
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