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Kootenai Falls Lodge: Rustic-Chic Oasis
Bay Mills at Supreme Court
Elder's Last Words Posted on Twitter
Pilot Whales Stranded in Everglades
Brazil Bishops Support Indigenous
Sand Creek Healing Run Honors Ancestors
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Fisheries Lifeblood of Nez Perce Economy
Bear Zoo Shut Down for Inhumanity
10 Rez Puppies You've Got to See
LAX Star Gearing Up for New Season
Video: Tready or Not? Ep. 2
Leaders Protect Our Natural Resources
Shan Goshorn's Activist Baskets
Coal Ash Is Decimating Fish in N.C.
Onion Calls Native History Book Sci-Fi
NCAI to Host Briefing on Indian Mascots
Video: Tready or Not? Ep. 1
Promoting 'Entreprenatives' Via Podcast
Things About Skins
Tribes, states must manage concurrent powers
Letter to the Editor
The Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians has a long history of upholding its political sovereignty...
Helping others to hope
As a registered nurse, Sharon Kiefer knows how hard it can be to navigate the health-care system...
Passamaquoddy hold tribal council elections
Although he is under federal indictment for misappropriation of tribal funds, former Indian Township Tribal Gov. Robert Newell ran for a seat on the tribal council Wednesday.
Patrick: State not ready for casino compact talks
Informal conversations will continue with the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe, but Gov. Deval Patrick doesn't yet seem to be ready to settle on a casino compact...
Tribe puts off alcohol sale vote
Tribal Council on Thursday postponed a decision on whether to override Principal Chief Michell Hicks' veto of a referendum on selling alcohol inside Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Ho...
Senecas to appeal agency ruling tribe's downtown casino is illegal
The Seneca Nation of Indians Thursday announced it is appealing a federal agency's decision that the tribe's Buffalo casino is operating illegally and could be shut down.
Man again ordered to stop leaving water for immigrants
A member of a southern Arizona Indian tribe who has been putting out water for illegal immigrants crossing the desert for about seven years said Thursday that he has again been tol...
Share recognition with American Indian veterans
An estimated 100 people gathered at the Royal Scandinavian Inn in Solvang, Calif., Santa Barbara County, to honor fallen American Indian veterans at the U.S...
Former US lobbyist gets 4 years in corruption case
Disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff was sentenced yesterday to serve four more years in prison in a corruption scandal that rocked Washington's power elite and helped Republicans lose...
Russell: Is it a good day to be Indigenous?
Everybody has ancestors. We don;t pick them, but they in some sense made us who we are...
Frank Jr.: The drum beats for everyone
Billy Frank Jr. / Guest columnist
Since 9/11, there have been many changes in this country, not the least of which has been severe undercutting of funds desperately needed to protect and restore our rivers, marine ...
Russell Means, fish-in activist, asserts treaty rights and discounts both the DNC and RNC
DENVER Six trout were caught - one over the legal limit of five - and some license plate numbers were recorded by law enforcement during a recent fish-in at a lake in South Dakota,...
More violence in Bolivia after referendum
Rick Kearns / Indian Country Today
LA PAZ, Bolivia - In the three weeks after the contentious national referendum vote, anti-government forces from Bolivia;s half-moon region staged a series of protest actions inclu...
Native ;first dude' holds power.
Is Todd Palin the next LaDonna Harris? By Rob Capriccioso, TODAY STAFF WASHINGTON - Some Alaskan politicos say that Todd Palin, the husband of Gov...
Tribes, states must manage concurrent powers
Editors Report / Indian Country Today
The Soboba Band of Luise?o Indians has a long history of upholding its political sovereignty...
Native ;first dude' holds power
Is Todd Palin the next LaDonna Harris? WASHINGTON - Some Alaskan politicos say that Todd Palin, the husband of Gov...
Trimble: No easy answers in Indian country
Charles Trimble / Indian Country Today
It was Jan. 28, 1986, in the boardroom of the American Indian National Bank in Washington, DC. I remember the date well because of why the meeting ended abruptly...
American Indians for McCain Coalition debuts at GOP convention
Jerry Reynolds / Indian Country Today
ST. PAUL, Minn. - John McCain;s presidential campaign announced the leaders of the American Indians for McCain Coalition at a Sept. 3 meeting in St...
Ball of confusion
WASHINGTON - The next time the Republican Party holds a national convention, planners might want to check in more than 48 hours in advance with one of the nation;s more powerful In...
Morales and hundreds of tribal leaders in historic Alaska meeting
Gale Courey Toensing / Indian Country Today
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Hundreds of tribal leaders will travel to Alaska later this month for a historic meeting with Bolivian President Evo Morales...
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