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Trahant: A political system where it’s easier to spend than to save or to borrow than tax
T he month of December promises to be full of drama: Will the Senate pass health care reform? Is there enough time to debate the hundreds of expected amendments before Christmas?...
25.0-Resolution: Fear of loved ones flying away
PROBLEM I’m a mama’s boy through and through. Nothing wrong with that, right?...
Editorial: Politicians cave in to interests for a San Francisco Bay shore casino`
THE POLITICAL BATTLE over plans for a Nevada-style casino on the shores of San Francisco Bay demonstrates that our elected leaders cannot be counted on to maintain a consistent pri...
Forcibly adopted American Indians torn between cultures
Even in third grade, Susan Devan Harness knew she didn't belong in the white world. She already was being called "squaw girl" by classmates...
Comanche agency saves sacred birds, way of life
Bill Voelker has spent his life working with eagles and other birds important to his people...
Lawmaker seeks to abolish American Indians as sports mascots
The federal government would pay schools to stop using nicknames, mascots or logos it considers derogatory, if a New Jersey congressman's bill becomes law. The proposal from U.S...
Editorial: Casino gambling ... pending rules on distance may hurt gaming compact
Florida still hasn’t complied with a federal mandate to sign a “gaming compact” with the Seminole Tribe of Florida because of the many competing interests that have stepped forward...
R.I. governor to speak about offshore wind power plans
Church Apologizes to Native Tribe, Four Centuries Later
It took 400 years, but an apology was made on Friday by the Collegiate Church community to the Lenape tribe for their suffering and dehumanization...
Mashpee tribe banks on new deal
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe is putting its future gambling interests in the hands of the company responsible for bankrolling Foxwoods Resort and Casino in Connecticut...
Suicide prevention funds running out in North Dakota
A three-year federal grant used to fund youth suicide prevention programs in North Dakota is expiring, and the state’s application for another grant was denied, raising uncertainty...
Supreme Court ruling affects land-into-trust process
The Supreme Court has ruled in Carcieri v. Salazar that tribes not under federal jurisdiction as of 1934 cannot follow a longstanding land-into-trust process...
Tribes need HOPE
Marty Two Bulls Sr.
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Appeals court: Indian trust accounting needed
Letter to the Editor
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the Interior must account for billions of dollars in mismanaged Indian trust funds...
National Indian Gaming Association calls for Hogen resignation
Gale Courey Toensing
PHOENIX – The National Indian Gaming Association has called for the immediate resignation of National Indian Gaming Commission Chairman Philip Hogen and asked the Obama administrat...
Thousands celebrate 40th anniversary of Alcatraz occupation
SAN FRANCISCO – It began and ended like any other prayerful sunrise ceremony on Alcatraz Island. Crowds bundled in layers of clothing huddled onto ferries...
Minn. builder hopes cordwood homes catch on
Dan Gunderson, Minnesota Public Radio News
WHITE EARTH, Minn. (AP) – A northern Minnesota school teacher will soon move into an unusual new home built of firewood logs...
NIGA hosts G2E keynote panel on gaming issues
Gale Courey Toensing
LAS VEGAS – Fresh from winning a National Indian Gaming Association Lifetime Achievement Award this fall, Gay Kingman-Wapato was the first speaker at a Global Gaming Expo panel hig...
Climate change, drought transforming Navajo’s dunescape to a dust bowl
Terri Hansen, Today correspondent
Mohegan Medicine Woman wins $10,000 essay contest
Gale Courey Toensing
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