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Tribal motorcycle run honors Native traditions
Sharing traditional stories and legends of the Native American people sets two motorcycle runs apart from the others during the Sturgis rally...
Halbritter: Oneidas to appeal claim ruling to U.S. Supreme Court
The Oneida Indian Nation will appeal an unfavorable court ruling on its 37-year-old land claim to the U.S...
Judge to rule on IRS summons for Miccosukees' records
The IRS says the Miccosukee Tribe's financial records with Morgan Stanley in Miami should be turned over for its investigation into $3 million in credit-card spending by former cha...
Turning Stone continues upgrades to gaming floor with new games
VERONA, N.Y. – The gaming experience at Turning Stone Resort and Casino continues to stay on the cutting edge of fun and entertainment...
The slots are hot at Fantasy Springs
INDIO, Calif. – The slots at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino are hot and lots of lucky winners have big smiles and big checks to prove it...
With debt write-down, Harrah's seems poised to take over Foxwoods
In a sign that it might soon take over the troubled Foxwoods Casino project, Harrah's Entertainment Inc...
Tribe, cake business work on out-of-court settlement
Lawyers for a Smith Island cake business and the Accohannock Indian Tribe are ironing out a settlement between the two parties rather than taking their differences to court...
Becoming a federally recognized tribe is tough
Getting added to the list of 564 federally recognized Indian tribes is no easy task. "It's sort of a long, drawn-out process," said Stanley Speaks, regional director for the U.S...
Live Nation and Foxwoods Resort Casino Announce Naming Agreement for New York's Broadway Theatre - 'Foxwoods Theatre'
Foxwoods Resort Casino, the East Coast's premier resort casino destination, and Live Nation, the world's largest live music company, today announced a multi-year agreement that gra...
Native Americans can't always cash in on casinos
Contrary to what many Americans believe, most Native people are living in desperate conditions...
Native American perspectives on "Indian" identities
Living Repercussions of the Native-American Genocide Holocaust: America's Four Hundred Year War...
What’s in a name? Strange coincidence
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER. – What are the odds?...
Volunteering has an international flair
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – The wide green lawn in front of Denver Indian Center may become orchard and garden through the help of local and international volunteers as part of a youth-centric, late-...
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
Wine named after sox player to benefit Navajo charity
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
PHOENIX – Boston Red Sox outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury, No. 2, is the first Native American of Navajo descent to reach Major League Baseball...
406 Jiu-Jitsu Club molds modern warriors
Adrian Jawort, Today correspondent
Youth Rodeo Series returns to Standing Rock
FORT YATES, N.D...
Navajo taekwondo champ heads to Singapore
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
REDONDO BEACH, Calif...
Sequoyah’s Lewis commits to Connors
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Sequoyah Schools senior Nicolette Lewis has signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Connors State College in Warner, Okla...
Program targets crime in tribal communities
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