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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
Big Sandy Rancheria Files Legal Action
Eta Aquarids Struggle Under Moonlight
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
'We’re Going to End Poverty on Pine Ridg
Thing About Skins
Kalamazoo resident wins a house
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. – FireKeepers Casino in Battle Creek, Mich., owned by the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi , is excited to announce Ruth Wiley of Kalamazoo, Mich...
More than 4,000 expected for Indians in Sobriety Campout
SAN CARLOS, Ariz. – “It hurts me to think about lost time with family especially the children,” said Isabel Sisto, 65, San Carlos Apache, as tears streamed down her face...
American Cancer Society and Native Americans – teaming up to fight cancer
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
W hen the American Cancer Society and Native American communities team up, good things can happen...
Revels: You have cancer
Laura Revels, Today columnist
O ur cultures are rich in oral traditions and stories have been used since the beginning of time to record events, share knowledge and pass on traditions...
Some of the 36 State Schools with Indian Logos to Fight Bill
At least some of the 36 Wisconsin schools that still use Indian team names and logos say they won’t give them up without a fight...
Bill addresses land claims dispute
The U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs concluded a legislative hearing last week regarding a senate bill to settle land claims within the Fort Hall Reservation...
Decker residents oppose Bingo hall
The Richland County Council is expected to vote soon on whether the Catawba Indian tribe can operate a bingo facility on Decker Boulevard...
Ecological calamity grows
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
GULF COAST, La...
Letter to the Editor
T his is the 10th letter in a series of open letters that I’m sending to Indian country to answer questions you have asked me about settlement of the Cobell class action lawsuit...
Tobacco giant targets tax-free cigarette sales
Area stores unhappy with tax-free sales of cigarettes by the Oneida Indian Nation have found a powerful ally -- one of the world's largest tobacco companies...
American Indian month events
"Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto" book reading: 5:30 p.m. Mondays through May 24, Minneapolis American Indian Center's outside amphitheater, 1530 E...
Black Hawk State Historic Site holds annual "Pow Wow Days"
Black Hawk State Historic Site in Rock Island welcomed home members of Indian tribes during its annual "Pow Wow Days." The two day even rapped up on Sunday afternoon...
Tribes host treaty rights seminar
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes are hosting a Treaty Rights Seminar to educate and encourage communication and cooperation between the tribes and the federal government...
Navajo legislative counsel advises on term limits
Navajo President Joe Shirley Jr. cannot seek a third term under tribal law, an attorney for the Navajo Nation Council said in a legal opinion issued Thursday...
Indian Affairs director accepts new USDA job
State Indian Affairs director Jennifer Perez Cole is leaving her cabinet-level position in Gov. Brian Schweitzer's office to take a new job with the U.S...
Muckleshoot Indian Tribe gives back to the communities
The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe provided more than $4.1 million to nonprofits and other government-serving communities throughout Washington state last year, according to the tribe’s ...
Mohegan Sun NAPT poker tourneys yield big winners
Gale Courey Toensing
Study shows economic impact of Idaho tribes
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
MOSCOW, Idaho – “Idaho tribes are pleased to release results of the study of economic impacts the five tribes of Idaho have on the state economy...
The first illegal immigration
Marty Two Bulls Sr.
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d’Errico: Mãori move forward with New Zealand
N ew Zealand’s announcement of support for the U.N...
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