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Cayuga Indians seek return of seized cigarettes
A lawyer for the Cayuga Indian Nation is asking a state judge for a second time to order the return of 176,000 cartons of cigarettes seized last November during raids on the tribe'...
Gunmen kill 5 kids, 7 others in Colombia
The Associated Press
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) – Hooded men in uniforms without insignias on Wednesday shot and killed 12 members of the Awa indigenous group, including five children, on a reserve in a reg...
Diamondbacks and Rockies will train on tribal land
Brenda Austin, Today correspondent
Tribal effort to fix broken world hinges on condor
Jeff Barnard, Associated Press Writer
St. Regis Mohawk files treaty boundary lawsuit
Gale Courey Toensing
AKWESASNE, N.Y. – The St...
Wampanoag swear in new court's justices
One by one, the judges raised their right hands, taking an oath to promote, protect, uphold and enforce tribal law...
Volunteers bring free clinic to reservation
As a 17-year-old living and working in the Amazon basin, Stan Brock found himself in need of a doctor after he was thrown from a horse...
Gang Violence On The Rise On Indian Reservations
The Justice Department is trying to combat violence and lawlessness in Native American communities caused by gang activity...
Ex-tribe official suing for back pay
A former spokeswoman for the Mashpee Wampanoag is suing the tribe for more than $400,000 in back pay and expenses...
Casinos in Florida May Soon Shut Down
Floridians who enjoy risking all-or-nothing in hopes of winning big at the many casinos across the state may soon have their hopes dashed...
Wally Kennedy: Casino boosts business on Range
It’s not on Range Line Road, but I suspect it’s having more of an impact on Joplin’s business community than any other single entity...
State museum to return remains to NY tribe
The Onondaga Indian Nation will bury the ancestral remains of 180 individuals next month, ending a long-running dispute with the New York State Museum...
Grants to support tribal programs for women
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 provides the U.S...
First day of class rallies students
A Temecula high school kicked off its first day of classes on Monday with fun, funds and thought-provoking functions...
Browning Man Sentenced For Fraudulent Theft Among Tribe
A Browning resident will spend time behind bars after involvement with a conspiracy to steal and defraud an Indian tribal organization...
Zelaya can’t return to office, Honduran leader says
Tyler Bridges, McClatchy Newspapers
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – Honduras’ interim president told McClatchy Newspapers Aug...
Woods wins for the kids
VERONA, N.Y. – Tiger Woods may have won half the skins at the Notah Begay III Foundation Challenge Aug. 24, but the real winner was the foundation, which raised at least $750,000...
Developer drops Kan. casino bid to back rival plan
Developers competing for a contract to build a state-owned casino south of Wichita have joined forces to push a single proposal for a casino in south-central Kansas, one of the com...
Cherokees have applied for paper bingo permit
The Cherokees of Alabama, the group that owns the River Trace Golf Course property, will have a press conference at 2 p.m...
Native American site goes on National Register
An American Indian spiritual site in the Millican Valley has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and archeologists and others hope the recognition will cut dow...
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