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Massive Black Hole 12 Billion Suns Big
BIA Releases New ICWA Guidelines
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One Spoon: Many Generations
Being Native and Black
Sand Creek Remembered at Yale
Notah Begay's Foundation Releases PSA
Assimilate This! The ANB & 3-Piece Suit
Lummi: Unequivocal No to Coal Terminals
Round Valley First Forest Carbon Offset
Hawaiian Graduate Shows Off His Malo
NCAI Winter Session Ends Today
Obama Budget Supports Tribal Sovereignty
West Valley Resort Going 'Vertical'
Native American Murals Vandalized
Oil Oversight Absent as NM Develops Fast
Chris Pappan's Edgier, Sexier Ledger Art
Native Youth Tackle Tribal Issues
Northern Quest Resort &Casino Wins Award
Thing About Skins
Panel explored myths vs. evidence of Indian gaming
Gale Courey Toensing
LAS VEGAS – After 20 years of Indian gaming, researchers have enough data to determine some of the industry’s impacts on people and communities, but a lot more research needs to be...
Casinos in urban areas would put poor and landless tribes on equal footing with wealthy ones
A growing number of Indian tribes across the country are seeking to build casinos in urban areas far from native lands...
Despite legal accord, there's no quick fix to Indian trust issues
It didn't take long to see that this week's settlement of a class-action lawsuit over federal management of tribal lands won't change life immediately for Native Americans...
Looking back for strength
When Lynn Malerba was elected the first female chairwoman of the Mohegan Tribe two months ago, her mother Loretta Roberge offered some advice...
Restoring Trout Creek fishery will be 'dream come true'
Once a staple of the Oneida diet, the trout of Trout Creek disappeared from the streams about 30 years ago as manure runoff from farms prevented the fish from reproducing...
Senecas’ preferential hiring practices upheld
It’s perfectly legal for the Seneca Nation of Indians to give preferential treatment to Senecas and other Native Americans in filling jobs at the Hickory Stick Golf Course, a feder...
Challenging the master narratives about government health care
T here are two master narratives about the Indian Health Service. First, everyone knows the Indian health system needs more money...
State accused of stalling on Twin River ‘casino’ issue
More than three months after filing a complaint about Twin River pitching itself as a “casino” in its advertising, Narragansett Tribal Councilman Randy Noka is still waiting for th...
Richer tribes getting most stimulus funds
Washington’s Indian tribes so far have been awarded more than $94 million in federal stimulus funds, and wealthier tribes such as the Tulalip Tribes are the biggest beneficiaries...
Ire grows over tribe’s plans at Carr Inlet
Fox Island and Gig Harbor residents have ramped up their fight to keep the Nisqually Indian Tribe from taking over a former Navy facility on Carr Inlet, hoping to stall a federal l...
‘Octopus murders' suspect extradited, now in county jail
A former Indian casino security director suspected of being connected with a 28-year-old triple murder in Rancho Mirage is back in Riverside County after being extradited Saturday ...
Gang Violence Grows on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
Richard Wilson has been a pallbearer for at least five of his “homeboys” in the North Side Tre Tre Gangster Crips, a Sioux imitation of a notorious Denver gang...
Army still threatens sacred site
Wilhelm Murg, Today correspondent
FORT SILL, Okla. – The Comanche Nation and the U.S...
Russell: Counting my blessings
I am blessed in many ways, and my latest blessing is that my son has returned safely from his second deployment in Iraq...
Quaker Indian Committee disavows Doctrine of Discovery, affirms Declaration
Gale Courey Toensing
PHILADELPHIA – Inspired by the actions of the Episcopal Church, a Quaker group has disavowed the Christian Doctrine of Discovery and voiced its support for the United Nations Decla...
Navajo politics turn sour over move to cut council
Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press Writer
Law student helps start nonprofit in Cherokee Nation
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
MADISON, Wis. – Jeremy Marshall, a second-year law student at the University of Wisconsin Law School , is already making a name for himself in Indian country...
Arizona sweat lodge deaths said to desecrate Lakota tradition
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
PRESCOTT, Ariz. – A Sioux Nation treaty council delegation is demanding that those responsible for sweat lodge deaths at Sedona, Ariz...
Obama administration moves to settle Cobell
WASHINGTON – The Obama administration has taken a definitive step to settle a long-running trust mismanagement class action lawsuit involving hundreds of thousands of Native Americ...
Cautious times for Cobell
Letter to the Editor
A s Indian people, we have grown up hearing stories from our elders of lost land records and fumbled royalties...
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