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5/7/09
Some Indian activists say they will fight a planned oil pipeline that would cross the Leech Lake Reservation in northern Minnesota...
5/7/09
Over a long and active life, Bernie Gobin was a fisherman, a politician and a master carver...
5/7/09
Two more probable cases of swine flu were reported in Minnesota on Wednesday, both at Southwest High School in Minneapolis, according to the state Department of Health...
5/7/09
A measure headed to the governor's desk would allow American Indian tribes to sponsor charter schools...
5/7/09
A strip mall and retail center planned by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation on the west bank of the Arkansas River could get some help from Jenks, the city's mayor said Wednesday...
5/7/09
Legislative negotiators agreed on what Gov...
5/7/09
A court victory by a Native American woman from Wounded Knee, S.D., may pave the way for Navajos who have been injured by federal government officials to get compensation...
Bill Draper, Associated Press Writer
5/7/09
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Gamblers may be cutting back like other consumers, but one thing they’re not doing is pinching pennies...
The Associated Press
5/6/09
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Two Oklahoma congressmen are criticizing six colleagues who want a civil rights investigation of the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole and Muscogee (Creek...
Staff reports
5/6/09
TULSA, Okla. – D...
Staff reports
5/6/09
WILLIAMSBURG, Va...
5/6/09
Lawyers in the Albert Scerbo teacher sex abuse case will be back in court a week from today to discuss legal issues in the case...
5/6/09
On Thursday, the Flintco Cos. will unveil its new Native American Division, tracking laws and cultures of more than 500 recognized tribes across the U.S...
5/6/09
The woman at the centre of a child abandonment case in Prince Albert, Sask., told RCMP she did not realize she was pregnant, according to court evidence heard Tuesday...
5/6/09
EPA rescinded its own decision on approving the air permit to Desert Rock...
5/6/09
A small group of powerful House Democrats has asked the Justice Department to investigate whether American Indian tribes are engaging in modern-day racial segregation against black...
5/6/09
The state's share of expanded gambling at Seminole Indian casinos should go to education, House and Senate negotiators agreed Tuesday as they resumed talks that had been put on hol...

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