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Newcomb: On non-Indian, anti-Indian law
The dominant society of the United States presumes that American Indian nations and peoples are obligated to accept and live in accordance with a non-Indian perspective on American...
Arizona spa provides authentic Native American experience
Shannon Burns, Today correspondent
PHOENIX – In the middle of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert vacationers can find a haven representative of the Native American culture found throughout the Phoenix area...
MMPA pay homage to renowned Native American actor/activist Sonny Skyhawk
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif...
Alaskan wilderness in danger from loophole in Airborne Hunting Act
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Our country’s last great wilderness, the pristine stretches of tundra and fragile ecosystems in Alaska, has come under attack...
In search of old ways, Andean healer brings medicine to reservation
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
ALPINE, Calif. – The gym at the Viejas Reservation was soundless except for soft shrills coming from a small gap between Don Martín’s lips...
Senators to Roubideaux: Hone managerial skills
WASHINGTON – Despite glowing reviews supporting Dr...
Sandlin: A look back at the first 100 days
Representative Stephanie Herseth Sandlin
The 100 day mark in any president’s first term is often seen as a time for taking stock of the new administration...
Open letter to Laura Yoshii, acting regional administrator for U.S. EPA Region 9
Letter to the Editor
I read our lawyer’s summary of this decision with great interest...
Hopi environmental leader to speak at Pete Seeger’s 90th birthday celebration
Creeks silent on land proposal
Legislation passed by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation council to allow the tribe's chief to buy land in Tulsa County for a planned bridge between south Tulsa and Jenks is not open to t...
Fred Francis, 59, former Pleasant Point official, dies
A tribal member who over the years served on the tribal council and twice as lieutenant governor died unexpectedly of natural causes Tuesday morning...
Ricky Farmer embraced his Choctaw roots, friends and faith
Tangling with alligators might rank as the oddest of Ricky Farmer's many odd jobs. Mr...
Florida House and Senate Compromising on Gaming Compact
The House and Senate take a step closer to a deal on a proposed Seminole Indian gambling agreement...
Mohegan Sun To Report 2nd Fiscal Quarter Earnings Today
Mohegan Sun plans to report second fiscal quarter earnings today offering fresh data on how the recession is affecting a major employer in the state...
Judge rules 1868 Sioux treaty active
A nearly 150-year-old treaty between the United States and a number of Indian tribes requires the U.S...
Opinion: ‘Small voices' remind Rave of own goal
I've turned in my resignation letter to the Missoulian and Lee Enterprises...
Former IHS physician bestows memorial bronze creation gift to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Tax-time interpretation of trust laws can lead to trouble, court indicates
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – A tribal chairman who interpreted Internal Revenue Service rules favorably when determining his own income tax made “incredibly minimal” efforts to accurately assess his t...
Rapping in Aymara
Benjamin Dangl, Today correspondent
At 13,000 feet, the hip hop movement in El Alto, Bolivia is probably the highest in the world...
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