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Funding for Farmers
NFL Player Gave Up Career to Save Brothe
Preparation for 5K Fun Walk is Underway
Government Approach to Isolated Peoples
My 100 Miles on The Long Walk
Native America Is at a Crossroads
EPA: Collaborating for Change
Suicide Chronicles: Part 1 of 5
'Privilege,' a Magazine for the Arrogant
Pedophile Priest Convicted in Nunavut
Radical New Way to ‘Museum’: A:shiwi A:w
Red Lake Is County Absentee Voting Site
Cobell Payments Have Been Mailed
Crowdsourcing Helped Build New Diné App
SāvOn Convenience Stores Open in NY
Will Scotland Go independent?
Bear Bite Likely Cause of Utah Man's Dea
Damming Indians: Dancing Against Shasta
The True Story of the Mashco-Piro
Mascots, Termination ... Domination
Thing About Skins
Penobscot Nation Pursues Government Contracts
The Penobscot Nation is looking to bring new jobs to Indian Island by doing work for the government...
Tribes’ NAGPRA complaint against UMass moves forward
Gale Courey Toensing
EPA to rebuild uranium- contaminated Navajo homes
Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press Writer
Native health needs and federal apathy are told at an IHS conference
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – IHS funding shortfalls and health care cutbacks are identified every year, but nothing is done about it, according to one tribal leader who said “We want better health car...
'Ocean's 11' inspired $1.5 million Soboba Casino heist, attorneys say
The accused mastermind of the largest casino heist in Riverside County history modeled his plot after the movie "Ocean's 11," his attorney said as the man's trial started Monday...
New biomass plant up and running in Shakopee
A new energy plant that generates heat and electricity by exclusively burning natural products is up and running in Shakopee...
Youth charged after fire destroys 'heart' of Sask. First Nation
A teenager has been charged with arson after fire destroyed a band office and medical centre on the Little Pine First Nation near North Battleford, Sask...
Rosebud tribal official pleads not guilty to sex charges
A St. Francis man pleaded not guilty Monday to sex-related charges in Seventh Circuit Court. Michael J...
Students setting healthy trend
Growing up on the Warm Springs Reservation in Oregon, Krysten Allen-Alford has seen more than her tribe’s share of teenage pregnancies...
Hearing set for Oneida Nation land trust challenge
Lawyers will argue Wednesday on a challenge to the federal government's decision to take more than 13,000 acres into trust for the Oneida Indian Nation...
Ute Tribe guard faces sex charges
A security guard for the Ute Tribe's housing department has been charged in U.S. District Court with sexually assaulting a woman on two occasions — once at gunpoint...
Crow tribe elects vice chairman
Unofficial results show Calvin "Coolidge" Jefferson, Jr., has been elected vice chairman of the Crow Tribe...
The Big Question: Who was Geronimo, and why is there controversy over his remains?
The US government has been dragged into a bizarre legal battle between descendants of the Apache leader Geronimo and a secret society of Yale students called Skull and Bones, whose...
Trees will fall so homes may rise at Lummi tribe's housing project
Amid some misgivings about the loss of a dense stand of forest, tribal officials gathered Monday, June 22, to break ground on a 72-unit project that will make a significant dent in...
Documentary brings Oklahoman’s works to life
People who enter the Oklahoma state capital building from the southern entrance pass a large statue of a Native American woman that is titled “As Long as the Waters Flow.” In front...
Tribe defends its gravesites
For the often-forgotten Chahta Indians who have inhabited the north shore for thousands of years, the constant vandalism of their ancestral gravesites is looked on as simply anothe...
Negotiations Over Tribal Payments in North Bend
The Mill Casino is on what's considered reservation land. Thus, the Coquille Indian Tribe doesn't have to pay the local property and room taxes...
Pocketbook issues underlie a Hopi coal mining dispute
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
Level funding for Indian housing
Mark Fogarty, Today correspondent
WASHINGTON – The Obama administration’s 2010 budget for the Department of Housing and Urban Development keeps funding for the American Indian housing block grant level with 2009 at...
Eagle finds a new home
The four-year-old bald eagle known as "Golda" is settling right into her new home...
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