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Moapa Paiute Solar Project Rejected
Cherokee Elders Share Christmas Stories
Morongo Band Grants Holiday Wishes
9 Native Style Christmas Memes, Cartoons
How do Native Americans Celebrate Christ
Native American Night Before Christmas
Choctaw Nation Keeps Oklahoma Beautiful
Muskogee Student Donates 100 Gifts
Shelly’s Holiday Announcement
It's Not Anti-Cops—It's Anti-Bad Cops
A Genealogical Journey About the Chavers
First Nation Fights Site C Hydro Project
North Pole Project Helps Students
12 Popular History Stories from 2014
The Year in Politics
A Christmas Gift: Feeding the Elderly
Tribe's $20K Creates Memorable Christmas
EPA: Delivering on the Clean Water Act
Language Preservation Efforts at UMass
Little Haida Warriors vs. Stephen Harper
Thing About Skins
Council resolution condemns exploiters of sweat lodges
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PLUMMER, Idaho – The deaths of three people in Arizona in early October at a “Spirit Warrior” program has led to the Coeur d’Alene Tribal Council taking a stand in opposition to su...
Navajo delegation attended Tribal Nations Conference
WASHINGTON – It was a historic day as tribal leaders representing a majority of the 564 federally recognized tribes in the United States converged on Washington, D.C...
Inland waters now named ‘Salish Sea’
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
SAN JUAN ISLANDS, Wash...
$867K for Montana tribe on hold after state audit
Matthew Brown, Associated Press Writer
AISES conference attracts America’s next young leaders
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
Ceremony held for white buffalo at Pa. resort home
The Associated Press
Ruby Tiger Osceola remembered
TAMPA, Fla. – Ruby Tiger Osceola, matriarch of the Seminole Tribe’s Tampa reservation, passed away in 2002 at the age of 106, but her memory will never die. On Oct...
Riverton agreement with tribe raises concerns
The Associated Press
Building a new generation to take on the Redskins case
WASHINGTON – With the U.S...
Johnson to head Native DoJ committee
WASHINGTON – With a non-Native picked to lead the U.S...
Supreme Court drops the ball on Redskins suit
Letter to the Editor
A 17-year effort to end the use of the Washington Redskins’ name hit a stone wall Nov. 16 when the U.S...
Chancellor: Standing Rock at standstill
The University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux nickname is in political limbo at the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, North Dakota University System Chancellor Bill Goetz said Thursday...
Native Americans showcase traditions during culture day
A group of Northern Nevada Indian tribe members will gather Saturday to showcase their dances, crafts and traditions at the Wilbur D...
Super Jackpot $1 Million Bingo is Coming to a Seminole Casino Near You, Dec. 13
When Seminole Casino Hollywood opened its doors in 1979 as a bingo parlor, it pioneered the Native American gaming movement...
Drug Use, Gang Violence on Tribal Lands on the Rise
Scripps Howard Foundation Wire - Gang leaders have found new territory to conquer - expansive tribal reservations where populations are often low-income and police presence low...
Billionaire investor reportedly interested in buying up tribe's debt
A billionaire's reported move to buy up some of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation's debt just might be a good opportunity - for the investor, a ratings analyst said Thursday...
Tribal revival: Radio documentarian chronicles lives of Maidu
A year-long labor of love by Nevada City resident Estrella Acosta — a two-part radio documentary on the local Tsi-Akim Maidu tribe — debuts at 6:30 p.m...
Slots at expo promise flashy future with 3-D graphics, video game feel
Slot machine manufacturers didn't hold back at the Global Gaming Expo...
Nationally-recognized storyteller to share Ute Indian stories
Nationally-recognized storyteller and recording artist Kay Negash will share Native American stories at the Estes Park Museum Nov. 28...
Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Member Convicted Of Honduras Development Scheme
Christopher Pearson had big credentials. He was a Mashantucket Pequot Indian, grandson of the woman credited with holding the tribe together through its leanest period...
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