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California Native American Day Packed
SCIA Hears Nine Bills, Passes Two
Challenging Colonialism in Albuquerque
Bullwinkle Brawl or Moose Insurance
Simermeyer in Line for NIGC Appointment
Celebrating Columbus II: Love of Larceny
SC Denies Return of Jim Thorpe's Remains
$20B: US Support for American Indians
View From the Back of the Colonial Bus
21 Athletes Inducted to Hall of Fame
Bloody Roots of California's Vineyards
One Issue Ahead of Canada’s Election
Oneida Nation Offers Updated Technology
2 Miles: US Mexico Border Balloon Fence?
Indigenous Peoples Day in Portland
Tanya Fiddler to Run Native CDFI Network
Celebrating Columbus I: The Myths
Strikeforce Brings Aid to Rural Indians
Pope Francis and Indigenous Peoples
Gyasi Ross: OFFICIAL VIDEO 'Miss Lady'
Thing About Skins
New judge asks Congress for Cobell settlement
The latest federal judge to oversee the Cobell Indian trust fund lawsuit believes Congress should approve the Obama administration’s proposed $3.4 billion settlement – despite some...
13-year-old golfer named player of the year for age group
Donald Bushman (check last name), a 13-year old Oglala Sioux member was named U.S. Kids Golf Tour for No. Virginia, Tour Player of the Year for his age group...
Amaro hired to head Del Norte Indian Education Center
Letter to the Editor
The Northern California Indian Development Council is please to announce that Irma Amaro has been hired as the new Director of the Del Norte Indian Education Center...
History made at Bacone College
Letter to the Editor
At 130 years old, for Bacone to make history is a headline. History Professor Dr. Russel Lawson captured such a moment this summer as the school’s first ever Fulbright Scholar...
Meet Cole House – Native cyclist
Cole House, from the Oneida reservation in Wisconsin, is one of the first American Indians to be a professional racer...
First hand development of Hawaii culture
Rebecca Jacobs, Today Correspondent
KEAU’U, Hawaii – The preservation of culture and precious tradition is becoming increasingly more difficult as the world becomes smaller and more standardized...
Towarak appointed chairman of subsistence board
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced Aug...
Oneida sues state over cigarette tax collection scheme
Gale Courey Toensing
Seneca Nation of Indians celebrate opening of William Seneca Administration Building
BUFFALO, N.Y. – President Barry E. Snyder Sr...
Echo Hawk takes steps to re-accredit tribal college
A ssistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk announced Sept...
Mazzetti: Blame the governor, not the Department of the Interior
I n 1988, when Congress passed the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act two United States senators, John McCain and Daniel Inouye, with prominent Congressman Morris Udall, promised in sepa...
Royalty dinner sets stage for upcoming Pendleton Roundup
Jack McNeel, Today correspondent
PENDLETON, Ore. – This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Pendleton Roundup and is expected to be the biggest event in its history...
ND Tribes Talk Washington, DC, Politics
Political pundits are forecasting a shakeup in Washington, D.C., on election day. That`s the topic of conversation at the tribal leaders summit in Bismarck today...
School District Asked To Consider Mascot Name Change
The Maine State Tribal Commission has asked school administrators at RSU 12 to change the district's mascot because the tribes believe 'redskins' is offensive...
Billy Frank Jr.
I t’s raining hard today, the first heavy rain we’ve seen in awhile, and it makes me feel good...
Seattle Police target practice
Marty Two Bulls Sr.
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National Pow Wow in Grand Prairie celebrates Indian dance, arts and heritage
The 48th Annual National Championship Indian Pow Wow will take place Friday through Sunday at Traders Village, 2602 Mayfield Road...
Appeals court upholds Seminole Tribe’s sovereignty
A Florida appeals court upheld the sovereignty of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, halting litigation against the tribe in a civil wrongful death lawsuit...
Feds near decision on recognition of Juaneños
If the Juaneños – also known as the Acjachemen Nation – become a tribe in the eyes of the federal government, the group will be recognized as a sovereign nation...
Maine tribes finish 100-mile Spiritual Run
Filled with the spirit of their ancestors, Penobscot Indian Nation members and other Wabanaki gathered early one recent morning before the sun rose to embark on a journey that took...
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