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Young Diné Walk Another 350 Miles
Tribal Taxation Near Indian Country
Adam Beach in Suicide Squad Photo
Native Actor Defends Sandler, 'Six'
Republicans Kill In-State Tuition Bill
Susquehanna River Smallmouth Bass Cancer
Hollywood Pow Wow Sends Message
Leanne Goose: Getting and Giving Love
Eta Aquarids Struggle Under Moonlight
Big Sandy Rancheria Files Legal Action
Feathers Okay, But No Beaded Caps!
900 Runners Compete in Shiprock Marathon
USDA Funds Deadline Friday
Shoal Island 40 First Nation Emergency
Indigenous Ways Surprise Students
Congress Members For Penobscot v. Maine
Thinking About ‘Tribes’
Uranium-Mine Opponents Win in SD
Navajo Star Wars on Star Wars Day
Cherokee Traditions Propel OSU Student
Thing About Skins
Parker: Empowering women and communities
E very summer I look forward to an important gathering of Women Empowering Women for Indian Nations at its annual conference...
Vliet: Illegal immigration health care costs affect you
Elizabeth Lee Vliet
T he national spotlight is on Arizona for doing what the federal government and previous governor refused to do regarding an invasion of illegal aliens bankrupting our state...
Chickaloon Village fights coal mine on sacred territory
Gale Courey Toensing
CHICKALOON VILLAGE, Alaska – The Chickaloon Tribe has promised to use everything in its power to stop a mining project it says will violate its freedom of religion rights and endan...
Obituary: Hill, Jerry Michael
Jerry Michael Hill, Oneida Nation, Wis., died unexpectedly on Tuesday, June 29, 2010. Born on Aug. 30, 1938, in Oneida Nation, Wis., to Dennison and Sadie (Powless) Hill. On Oct...
Indian Health woes draw Senate scrutiny into Aberdeen-based system
U.S. lawmakers announced Wednesday that they are investigating charges of mismanagement and possible criminal activity at the regional Indian Health Service based in Aberdeen...
Wampanoag tribe calls federal decision a victory
Eying a casino in Fall River, the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe is claiming a victory in a U.S...
Global outrage over Indian lawmaker's call to remove Andaman tribe's children
An Indian lawmaker's call for the children of a recently-contacted Andaman Island tribe to be removed from their parents and sent to residential schools has sparked worldwide outra...
Utes, other tribes reconnect to culture
MaryLee Longhair grew up speaking Ute on the Ute Reservation of northeastern Utah. A Ute woman, Longhair didn’t start speaking English until she entered grade school...
Native Americans dispute recognition of new tribes in TN
Six Tennessee groups waged a bitter struggle to be recognized as American Indian tribes by the state Commission of Indian Affairs...
Interior Issues $5.2 M Civil Penalty to BP America for False Reporting on Tribal Lands
The Department of the Interior's Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement (BOEM) announced today that BP America Inc...
Indian Affairs officer lived to serve, FBI says
A Bureau of Indian Affairs officer who died in a car wreck while on duty Monday was "a fine officer who was absolutely committed to the people of the Ute Tribe," said Agent John D...
No trial date yet in South Dakota gaming lawsuit
A federal judge has asked attorneys when they'll be ready for trial in a gambling-related lawsuit filed by the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe against the state of South Dakota...
Stillaguamish hope canoe will connect them with ancestors
The fire was ready. It was time for the final critical step in the construction of the Stillaguamish Tribe’s first dugout canoe in more than a century...
Body identified as missing Sagkeeng teen
RCMP have identified remains found yesterday as belonging to missing Sagkeeng First Nation teenager Tyler Arkinson...
Californian Online Poker Setback After Bill Withdrawn
Californian online poker suffered a setback on Tuesday after interest groups succeeded in persuading Roderick Wright to withdraw his bill which would have paved the way for legaliz...
82-year-old grandmother drives home in new Mercedes
INDIO, Calif. – Isabel Galvan has spent most of her life taking care of other people and their homes. She’s 82 and a retired housekeeper from Thermal, Calif...
O'Brien: Celebrating winners
Toby O’Brien, Special to Today
T his really happened to me. It’s a very sad story. Grab your tissues. A few years back, I was visiting a Native American casino in Southern California. It was late at night...
Hofer: Are you living smart?
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
E ating well and getting exercise are good for you. It’s as simple as that...
Negotiations with Oneidas possible, leaders say
After a potential agreement between the state and the Oneidas surfaced last week to negative reviews, local leaders say they’re ready to head back to the negotiation table...
Protestants repent for churches' role in oppressing First Nations
A global Protestant body representing 80 million Christians has issued an apology for the role played by churches in perpetrating abuse against Native Americans, First Nations and ...
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