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Utah State Powwow Brings Diversity
Treaty Rights Challenged in Elk Hunting
Women Reverends Challenge Stereotypes
Luger: Events Bring Awareness to #MMIW
Getting a CT Town to Change Its Mascot
Gogebic Taconite Putting Mine on Hold
The Trolls, Witches & Sorcerers of Chile
Zahn McClarnon: Fans Saved 'Longmire'
The Importance of Buffalo to the Lakota
Poem: 'Cast Out Your Net, Billy Frank'
Moving On Up: This Week in Promotions
Osage Makes Language a Priority
Blasphemy: Turning a Killer Into a Saint
Native Edge Business Portal to be Unveil
First Tribal Marijuana Conference
New Visions for New Times
Soctomah Committed to His Native Roots
The Week That Was
'The Guardian' Is a Symbol for All
Jude Schimmel Honored With 'Jude Song'
Thing About Skins
Crow Official Fights for Treaty Rights to Hunt Elk
US alligator wrestling body hopes to make a killing with blood, gore and guts
Blood trickles from a gash below Paul Bedard’s left ear, a wound that could have been worse considering that he incurred it while kissing an 8ft (2.5m) alligator under water...
UAW Brokers First Union Contract Under Tribal Law
American Indian casinos are big business in the United States, with an estimated 280,000 people employed across more than 400 sites. That huge workforce is largely unorganized...
Social priorities for tribe’s new chief
Lynn Malerba, a peripatetic businesswoman with a high-wattage smile, has been able to flourish an eye-catching résumé: nurse manager, hospital executive, casino expert...
Stillaguamish Tribe carve river canoe
Monty Charlie greets them with his shirt off, sweat on his brow and a chisel in his hand...
Map quest: Court rejects reservation claim
Barring a successful appeal, the Osage Nation has lost the argument that the county bearing its name is in fact a reservation...
Minneapolis Institute of the Arts showcases collection of Gros Ventre historic objects
An impressive new exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts details the history and culture of the White Clay People, otherwise known as the A'aninin or the Gros Ventre, who...
House panel gives tribe, county 6 days to hammer out agreement
Thursday the House Judiciary Committee considered legislation that would cross-deputize tribal law enforcement officers, thereby allowing them to enforce states laws on reservation...
Priorities differ on old boarding school site
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
Proposed cigarette tax regulations will ‘mire’ NY in litigation
Gale Courey Toensing
Event honoring film industry icon Robert Redford
T he Oneida Indian Nation was a sponsor of a recent gala honoring legendary actor and director Robert Redford...
Copper Mine Opposition Grows as Senate Land Swap Bill Moves Forward
Gale Courey Toensing
SAN CARLOS, Arizona—Land swap legislation that would pave the way for a controversial copper mining operation on land that is sacred to the Apaches is inching forward in the Senate...
Native farmers eagerly watch Obama African-American deal
WASHINGTON – Native American litigants in a long-running case against the U.S...
‘Hate crime’ ad prompts police, human rights investigation
Gale Courey Toensing
WINNIPEG, Manitoba – An ad on a buy-and-sell Web site that characterized Native boys as animals and offered to ethnically cleanse them from the city has sparked a blaze of outrage ...
It’s time to settle Cobell
Letter to the Editor
I t’s true that $1.4 billion is a long way from $50 billion. It’s true that $50 million to $100 million for legal fees is a chunk of change by anyone’s standards...
Tribe wants gaming facility here
Legal gambling is a step closer to becoming reality in Cherokee County...
1934 may be key to Oneida Indian Nation land trust suit
After a Supreme Court ruling decided only Native American tribes federally recognized before the inception of the 1934 Indian Reorganization Act are eligible to put land into trust...
Mashantuckets' Little nominated for federal board
Daniel Little, manager of national governmental affairs for the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe, has been nominated for appointment to the National Indian Gaming Commission...
Indian lawsuit settlement defended
Obama administration officials Wednesday vigorously defended the $3.4 billion settlement of a class-action lawsuit over the long-standing federal mismanagement of Indian tribal tru...
ICWA: Individual and Tribal Survival at Stake
Part 5 of 5 RAPID CITY, S.D...
Nevada basketmaker learned trade as teen, continued as adult
Theresa Smokey Jackson was born on July 1, 1916, in Minden to Washoe tribe natives William and Sadie Joe Smokey...
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