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The Alaska Native Medical Center acknowledged for excellence
Neva Reece, Today correspondent
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The Alaska Native Medical Center in the heart of Anchorage is a beautiful facility. One of its buildings has displays of Native art on every floor...
Western Shoshone activist urges attention to mining’s destruction of tribal heritage
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
Author compares Ponca Chief to Gitmo inmates
Doug Meigs, Today correspondent
OMAHA, Neb. – A new book about Standing Bear addresses the importance of habeas corpus in the Ponca chief’s historic court case. The case, Standing Bear v...
U.S. rancher at center stage in Bolivia land dispute
Frank Bajak, Associated Press Writer
The man at the center of Bolivia’s land wars is an improbable figure: a tall, folksy Montanan whose vast holdings have been ordered confiscated on the grounds he treated workers as...
Decision’s in. ‘Now’ begins work to fix Carcieri
Matthew L.M. Fletcher, Guest editorial
T he Supreme Court’s Feb. 24 decision in Carcieri v...
Turnout falters in Chippewa Cree Tribe's general election
The lines Tuesday were short — and the interest appeared to be mild — for the Chippewa Cree Tribe's general election, which had been delayed for months because of court litigation ...
Council waives sovereign immunity for loan
The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council at its Feb...
Column: Stop calling on tribes to bail Minnesota out
The state of Minnesota has a revenue problem, and Rep. Steve Drazkowski apparently believes the state’s 55,000 Indian citizens should solve it...
White Mesa man sentenced for killing girlfriend
Jennifer Cantsee stared at her boyfriend as he held a revolver to her lip during an argument in the garage of his White Mesa home...
OVERSIGHT HEARING on Youth Suicide in Indian Country
Panel 1 THE HONORABLE HARRY REID Majority Leader, United States Senate, Washington, DC
Native American Veteran's Day Proposed
In 1992, Penobscot Tribal Governor James Sappier rode in the Old Town Veteran’s Day parade as its grand marshal...
Governor Riley has high interest in Indian gambling
In last year’s U.S...
Editorial: Legislature needs to listen when state tribes speak
Members of the Wisconsin Legislature listened politely and applauded in the proper places Tuesday when Arlyn Ackley presented the fifth annual State of the Tribes address...
Advocates think time is right for ban on Indian mascots, logos
No state has yet passed a law banning public schools from using American Indian mascots and logos, but advocates of a ban think Wisconsin is poised to become the first...
A new generation of Southern Ute tribal leadership
Katie Burford, The Durango Herald
IGNACIO, Colo. – Politics, it would seem, is in the blood of new Southern Ute Tribal Chairman Matthew J. Box...
Navajo Council delegates attend American Indian Day at New Mexico State Legislature
SANTA FE, N.M. – Navajo Council Speaker Lawrence T...
High court's ruling on Rhode Island Indian trust case could affect Oneidas' request
The U.S. Supreme Court today said a Rhode Island tribe isn't eligible for trust land -- a case that local activists say could doom the Oneida Indian Nation's trust request...
Supreme Court redefines tribal and federal understandings of IRA
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court has ruled in Carcieri v...
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Pascua Yaqui Tribe meets with White House officials
WASHINGTON – The Pascua Yaqui Indian Tribe of Arizona made history Feb. 10 as the first tribal government to visit the Obama White House...
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