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Wounded Man Goes From Hospital to Jail
Wes Studi: Worst. Babysitter. Ever.
$5 Million to Research Tribal Health
Team Haudenosaunee U16 Wins Gold
SCIA Hearing: Gaming's Next 25 Years
NCAI to Lead Native American Task Force
NIGC Reports Growth in 2013 Gaming Rev.
Mark Macarro Elected to Tenth Term
Washington Wildfires Create Moonscape
Obesity: Small Changes, Big Differences
Teachers Fock to Gold Rush Sites
Buffy Sainte-Marie Wisdom in '70s Poster
5 Things Educators Should Know
Tribal Police Welcome New Graduates
Lacrosse Camp Celebrates 5th Lax Camp
'Rhymes for Young Ghouls' Inks U.S. Deal
Satellite Voting Proposed for Red Lake
There'd Be No US Without Native Warriors
He's the Defender, Here to Rescue You
Explosive Industrial Fire in Williston
Thing About Skins
Urge Obama on summit
Letter to the Editor
The Fifth Summit of the Americas , which will be held in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean on April 17 – 19, will be attended by President Obama and several presi...
Scotland to benefit from Tribal stimulus
The Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina has been awarded $4.7 million in federal stimulus package funds and plans for spending it have already been submitted to Housing and Urban Develo...
Emery: Native sovereigns, treaties and the constitution
Steven C. Emery
The source of the sovereignty of Native nations is found in the spirit of our people, stretching back to the dawn of time, when our nations were founded as the original governments...
Tribes in Peru-Colombia-Ecuador border fear death by oil
Renzo Pipoli, Today correspondent
Guido Sandoval, a leader of the Secoya Tribe in Peru says the few hundred members of his nation have lived quietly for decades in the forests, despite being near a FARC rebels-Colo...
Supreme Court rules against Navajo Nation
The Supreme Court has ruled against the Navajo Nation in its long legal fight with the federal government over the tribe’s claims to payment for coal mined on its lands...
White House selects more Native faces
President Barack Obama has announced intentions to nominate more Native Americans to posts within his administration. Mary L...
DoJ announces Indian country stimulus allocations
Associate Attorney General Thomas J. Perrelli has announced that more than $248 million is available for tribes to assist with addressing Indian country’s criminal justice needs...
Fed funds to boost child care, vaccines
Another $7.6 million in federal economic recovery money is headed to Maine, aimed at increasing access to child care for working parents and improving vaccine compliance in adults ...
From Colombia, grateful U'was remember Ingrid Washinawatok El-Issa
Rick Kearns, Today correspondent
While there were no memorial services arranged for March 4, U’wa leaders from Colombia sent letters of gratitude and mourning to the U.S...
Oklahoma is Native America
This can be the era of building bridges among tribal governments, communities and businesses in Oklahoma for cooperative economic development...
Dam pact aims to alleviate damage
The Box Canyon Dam is about to enter a new era – one that’s kinder to fish and more attentive to the Kalispel Tribe of Indians’ long history in northeast Washington...
UND nickname campaign begins on Spirit Lake Reservation
Both sides of the Fighting Sioux nickname referendum taking place later this month on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation are gearing up to win hearts and minds...
Opinion: Former professor Churchill perceived as imposter by many
Ex-professor Ward Churchill walked out of a Denver courtroom with $1, wearing a smile and carrying a piece of red cloth, part of an eagle feather prop he used while testifying and ...
Cherokee Funds Fade Away
A stock investment gone wrong costs the Cherokee Indian Reservation nearly $60 million...
Gambling debate draws a full house at the Capitol
Casino proponents want lawmakers to expand Texas gambling laws, so the state can lure convention-goers and tourists to casino resorts, but others say the costs far outweigh the ben...
Students salvage a community on spring break
For most college students, spring break is the perfect opportunity to kick back and relax...
Official: Indian remains won't affect levee project
The recent discovery of prehistoric American Indian remains at the Sacramento River won't delay the new Hamilton City levee project, a federal official said Wednesday...
Documentary about Utah tribes doesn't please everyone
There was a mixed reaction at the Paiute Tribal Building to the special screening of the 30-minute documentary "We Shall Remain: The Paiute." A quarter of the 150-member audience g...
Va. Beach marker remembers area's early residents
The highest natural ground in the city is a 30-foot bluff on the south shore of Broad Bay, across the water from First Landing State Park...
Fort Sill Apache Tribe to launch paper bingo gaming tonight at Akela casino
The Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma plans to debut old-fashioned, paper bingo tonight at its casino east of Deming, the latest attempt by the tribe to establish gaming at the si...
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