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Native Settlement Saved
Comment Period on BIA Rule Extended
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Video: Elder Shares Christmas Stories
I Just Fixed The Redskins Problem!
'I Sing. You Dance.' Creator Talks Music
Ahtna Language Needs Your Help
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Chevron Still Owes $9.5bn in Ecuador
Thing About Skins
Venezuelan ambassador in Alaska to promote cultural, commercial exchange
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – When Bolivian President Evo Morales expelled the U.S...
Apaches request Interior NAGPRA review
WASHINGTON – A group of Apache historic preservation officers is alleging that the National Park Service is improperly implementing the Native American Graves and Repatriation Act...
Obama meeting exclusion insults state recognized tribes
Gale Courey Toensing
PALM SPRINGS, Calif...
Cultural training needed for FBI
Letter to the Editor
F ederal Bureau of Investigation agents don’t receive cultural awareness or language training when assigned to serve Indian reservations...
The ghosts of hollow bones lift to the blue sky Red streaks of paint follows them like a heat wave Each flap of the wings threatens to send more lightning The pungent black eyes st...
Wildcat: The climate is changing. … and it better
Daniel R. Wildcat
I n a little less than three weeks, from Nov...
Total government reform
Letter to the Editor
A midst this political climate in Window Rock, Ariz., I find it rather odd that the Navajo people are not given any options in regards to government reform...
Navajo Nation suspends president
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – With a major investigation of tribal leadership ongoing, the Navajo Nation Council has voted to suspend long-time President Joe Shirley Jr...
Blackface on 'America's Next Top Model'
Continuing the resurgence of a makeup practice long considered taboo, "America's Next Top Model" featured a number of models painted with dark makeup to resemble bi-racial women...
Tribes, officials discussing crime
Officials from the Justice Department will be in the Twin Cities the next two days to discuss public safety issues on American Indian reservations around the country...
Cretul asks federal commission to stop Seminoles’ illegal game
The speaker of the Florida House of Representatives has called on the National Indian Gaming Commission to force the Seminole Indian Tribe to stop operating illegal games at its se...
Cocopah fun center grand opening Thursday
The Cocopah Indian Tribe promises a little something for everybody as it gears up for the grand opening of the Wild River Family Entertainment Center Thursday...
Muckleshoot Tribe hunts black bears in Valley
The Cedar River Watershed is normally closed to hunters, but for three weekends in October, the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe was allowed to hunt up to nine black bears.While hunting is...
N.D. higher ed board chancellor willing to extend UND nickname deadline
The chancellor of the North Dakota University System says he’s willing to grant the Standing Rock Sioux tribe 30 more days to consider UND’s Fighting Sioux nickname and logo...
Bay, band settle sweater dispute
The Cowichan Tribes made peace with the Bay department-store chain yesterday, with the announcement of an agreement that will see authentic Cowichan hand-knit sweaters for sale in ...
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Three fatalities in an incompetently conducted “sweat lodge” held at Angel Valley Retreat Center three weeks ago have cast a spotlight on the spiritual industry in Sedona and the c...
Romulus to Get A Casino?
Members of Michigan's Hannahville Indian Community are in the nation's capitol tonight...
Mohawks would fight cigarette tax
The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe is getting ready to show some muscle if the state goes through with its idea to collect taxes on tribally-sold cigarettes. Gov. David A...
Land settlement for tribes long overdue
Twenty-five years ago, a terrible wrong was partially righted. It's past time to more fully correct it. On Oct...
Mashantuckets archive stories of Native American cancer survivors
Having survived cancer twice, Agnes Cunha wanted to make sure her family and everyone else knew about her battle against the illness and what helped her get through it...
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