Skip to main content
Building Partnerships at Summit
Dan Snyder Stuck In Past, Sells old Beer
Cali's Attack on Big Lagoon Is Absurd
Alliance Recruiting Language Instructors
Lakota Chef Serves Pre-Colonization Menu
Wit and Wisdom About Wall Street
AIANTA Secures Board of Directors
Tribes Celebrate New Tax Law
From Confrontation to Collaboration
USGS Engages With Tribes in New Policy
Yav Pa Irahiv: Happy New Year
OSU Recruits Native Students to STEM
10 Quotes on Indians by Celebrities
Eight Indigenous Names for Ferry
10 Back to School Items
Tule River Powwow Ends With Proposal!
California Tribes: 'Water Is Sacred'
Pow Wow Dance Style Origins:
Vern Traversie Case Will Go To Trial
People of the Hemp, Part 2
Thing About Skins
Crow attorney named to Indian Affairs post
Del Laverdure, chief legal counsel for the executive branch of the Crow Tribe, has been named the post of deputy assistant secretary with the Department of Indian Affairs...
Tiguas told to stop giving debit cards at slots; feds raid environmental waste company
A federal judge has ruled that the Tigua Indian tribe is running illegal gaming machines at a once-lucrative casino. U.S...
Samish heritage, hospitality at forefront when canoes visit
Cedar dugout canoes lined the shore of Fidalgo Bay last Wednesday when Coast Salish paddlers stopped to enjoy the hospitality of the Samish Indian Nation during the 2009 Tribal Can...
Court ruling limits tribal officers' authority
Police officers for Native American tribes do not have the same authority to stop and question non-Indians traveling on state roads within the reservation as they do tribal members...
Wis. tribal summit focuses on coping strategies
The Menominee Indian tribe will host a summit designed to help native Americans cope with the trauma of their tribes' histories. The main speaker will be Dr...
Mashpee leader: Carcieri fix must be ‘retrospective, prospective’ – and speedy
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – A legislative fix to the U.S...
Delaware chief: Tribe regains federal recognition
The chief of the Bartlesville-based Delaware Tribe says the tribe has regained federal recognition. Chief Jerry Douglas says the tribe was notified July 28 by the U.S...
Reborn as native sons: Stockton wards trade pain for purification
Scott Smith, The Record, Stockton, Calif.
STOCKTON, Calif. (MCT) – Crowded in the womb-like sweat lodge, they seek purification. Their American Indian spiritual adviser pours water onto red-hot stones...
Festivities kick off new Hard Rock venues
With an explosion of streamers and rock 'n' roll, the Cherokee Casino and Resort officially became the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa on Monday...
Tribe shares mobile clinic with Scott County
There are approximately 8,540 uninsured individuals in Scott County...
Jessica Simpson -- Part Indian, Part Mysterious
When Jessica Simpson looked into our camera this weekend and claimed, "I am Indian" -- she wasn't kidding around...
2010 Winter Games and Native people
Hans Tammemagi, Today correspondent
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – The 2010 Winter Olympics are taking a bold step...
Utah lawyer joins Indian Affairs staff
Utah lawyer Paul Tsosie has been named the chief of staff to Larry EchoHawk, the assistant secretary of Interior for Indian Affairs...
Keepers of the fire
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
Yakamas start producing its own power
The Yakama Nation is officially in the power generating business with the recent revival of a hydroelectric generator in the Wapato Irrigation Project...
Preservation of Native American culture at Thunderbird American Indian Mid-summer Powwow
They came from all across the land, hundreds of people traveling hundreds and even thousands of miles for a common cause - to preserve Native American culture...
Earthworks paying homage to past pilgrimages
Thousands of years ago, American Indians may have traveled thousands of miles to reach what is known today as the Great Circle Earthworks...
Wyandotte freshman chosen to represent the US
Sam Laskaris, Today Correspondent
R ichard Bearskin will undoubtedly have some interesting stories to tell of how he spent a portion of his summer holidays...
Opening the doors wide for Native athletes
Richard Walker, Today correspondent
SEATTLE – For any athlete in a rural area, the biggest obstacle to success can be exposure. That fact applies to American Indians on reservations...
A heart pumping the blood of a warrior
Page 1061 of 1921
Around The Web
Obamacare launch hits early hitch as online traffic snarls up sites
'It was just a deafening roar': storm-chaser James Reynolds on surviving super typhoon Haiyan
Leader in Insurgent Network Is Killed in Pakistan
Target Stores to Open at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving for Black Friday Deals
'Gunman' who fatally shot Iranian bandmates ID'd