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Sioux nickname change likely with tribal stand
The Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s rejection of a deadline for resolving a dispute over the University of North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux nickname makes it more likely the moniker will ...
White House summit could turn new leaf for tribes
The list of decades-old grievances that Native American nations have lodged against the federal government is lengthy and a source of great acrimony...
Grant announced for Native American Disabilities Law Center
WASHINGTON – Rep...
Health advocates won’t leave casino workers behind
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz...
Otoe-Missouria history celebrated with First Council Casino
Brian Daffron, Today correspondent
Sculptor Joe Oreland stood in front of sculptures he created. ANADARKO, Okla. – When the Lewis and Clark expedition set out from present-day St. Louis, Mo...
How the right spa design can push revenue to the bottom line
Lynn Curry, Special to Today
Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort, Aji Spa P rofitability and functionality are the keys to today’s casino, hotel and resort spa creations...
Bordeaux: The time for action is now!
T he Sioux Nation has prepaid for our health care. In our treaties, our Indian nations ceded millions of acres of land; land that America now calls home...
Butler named chairman of Mashantucket Pequots
Treasurer Rodney Butler was elected Sunday by his fellow council members to chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation after winning his third term on the council...
Editorial: Cape Wind
After eight years of arduous state and federal environmental reviews, the promoters of Cape Wind, a wind energy project off the Massachusetts coast, had every reason to believe tha...
Trahant: Indian country as the 51st state – and short topics
I ’ve written a post for Kaiser Health News that advances the meeting with tribes and President Barack Obama Nov. 5...
Tribal Trouble in Tennessee
Given the limited number of Native Americans, it would be natural to expect that today’s tribes would welcome the recognition of any new group with a proper claim to Indian heritag...
Cretul rolls the dice
Florida House Speaker Larry Cretul's call for the federal government to fine or shut down games at the Seminole Indians' casinos is highly unorthodox and a bit of a grandstand play...
22.0: Revered and respected elder, or dusty old codger?
I feel very fortunate to be a 30-something who still has a living grandparent; very lucky...
Tribe's environmental fight
A green controversy fueled by coal-fired power plants is raging on America's largest Indian reservation...
Rosebud and other tribes get Obama's ear Thursday
In an office filled with symbols of his Lakota heritage, Rodney Bordeaux ticks off the challenges facing his hardscrabble reservation: a short-staffed police department that can't ...
Nation employees getting out the vote
A group of Oneida Indian Nation employees is launching a get out the vote effort for Tuesday's elections, and they are targeting an Oneida county legislator who has opposed the Nat...
Tribes seek halt to proposed Cape Cod wind farm
From a blustery perch over a Cape Cod beach, Chuckie Green gestures toward a stretch of horizon where he says construction of the nation's first offshore wind farm would destroy hi...
Hans Tammemagi, Today correspondent
OSOYOOS, British Columbia – The Okanagan Valley slices through the mountains of south-central British Columbia, Canada for about 145 miles...
Squamish-Lilwat Cultural Centre will welcome the world
Hans Tammemagi, Today correspondent
WHISTLER, British Columbia – The Squamish-Lilwat Cultural Centre , an imposing and dramatic building set against snow-capped mountains, has become a landmark in Whistler, British C...
Dream of a ‘Monsta’ at Plimouth Plantation
Donna Laurent Caruso, Today correspondent
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