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Navajo code talker John Brown Jr. dies in his home
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
T hough “tight-lipped” about his World War II experiences, Navajo code talker John Brown Jr...
Run-off election to be held on Comanche Nation
S.E. Ruckman, Today correspondent
Mohawks continue struggle at border
AKWESASNE – The people of the Mohawk territory of Akwesasne remain steadfast in their resistance of new border policies, maintaining a peaceful protest site and steadily working to...
‘In challenging times,’ Oneida Indian Nation reports a strong 2008
The Oneida Indian Nation had a great 2008, according to Ray Halbritter, Oneida Indian Nation chief executive officer. The Nation released its annual report Thursday...
Obama inspires Assembly of First Nations hopeful
David Wiwchar, Today correspondent
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Staring out across a sea of people jammed into the Washington Mall, a hereditary chief from a tiny village thousands of miles away, nods and smiles...
UND nickname supporters not backing down
Supporters of the University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux nickname in the Spirit Lake Dakotah Nation aren’t backing down, despite an earlier decision by the state that makes it...
On border issues, bridge the gap
Letter to the Editor
T he days when Indians marched across borders to assert and remind imposing governments of their inherent rights were probably thought to be over...
Tribes mum on Shinnecock casino speculation
Neither of the region's casino-owning Indian tribes would comment Thursday on speculation that the Shinnecock Indian Nation could pursue a casino development at a horse racing trac...
Indigenous leader passes
Letter to the Editor
Indigenous people carried the coffin containing the body of indigenous leader Transito Amaguana, attended her funeral in La Chimba, Ecuador, May 13...
NC tribe votes to allow casino alcohol sales
Alcohol sales at a North Carolina mountain casino have been approved by members of the Cherokee Indian tribe...
Let us define tribal sovereignty
Letter to the Editor
The Congressional Black Caucus ought to be ashamed...
Russell: Fighting the Ferengi Clan
W ard Churchill’s case brings it up in our collective face, but most Indians in academia have had the problem of persons who “self-identify” as Indian without anything to back up t...
Jury acquits Yakama tribal member on charges related to cigarette sales
A Wapato man was acquitted Wednesday of racketeering charges related to cigarette sales on the Yakama reservation...
Inuit village blames climate change for strange events
The fish changed colour. New bird species were spotted. Two bridges were wiped out by a once-in-a-lifetime flood that forced villagers to dump sewage into their pristine waters...
Northern California Native wins first Miss Indian World title for tribe
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Brooke Grant, from Los Angeles and Hoopa, Calif...
Hundreds participate in Red Lake Youth Leadership Conference
RED LAKE, Minn. – The Fourth Annual Red Lake Youth Leadership Conference was held March 30 – April 1 at Red Lake High School in Red Lake, Minn...
Shinnecock Indians seek tribal recognition; eyeing Belmont Park as possible casino site
You can't bet on the biggest longshot at Belmont Park — not yet, anyway...
O'odham mega-casino nearer to being built
The Tohono O'odham Nation has taken a major step toward building a $550 million casino near Glendale. O'odham officials said Wednesday that a regional U.S...
Learning problems linked to housing
The fact that Sen...
Creek chief fears bridges burned with Tulsa
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Principal Chief A.D...
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