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Wall Street in Myth and Reality
Passing on the Culture: The Water Drum
What We Can Learn from the Lakota
EPA Green Lights NGS
10 Military Uses of Native Imagery
Coming Attraction: Winter in the Blood
Gourmet Indigenous Dishes [10 Photos]
Redskins Hire PR Firm
Tribe Rebuilds Citizen’s Home After Fire
Connecting Students and Universities
Chickasaw Nation Election Results
Chris Rock Said 'No' to Redskins in 1991
New General Manager Muckleshoot Casino
How Do We Re-Member?
$250K From Snoqualmie to WA Fire Victims
What Would You Do? Brianna Went to Italy
Fighting Diabetes With Plant-Based Foods
Tribe Brings Home 38 Medals at NAIG
10 Things About Wes Studi
Oklahoma Owed $47M in Smoke Revenue
Thing About Skins
Power struggle sparks St. Regis Mohawk protest
Gale Courey Toensing
AKWESASNE TERRITORY – The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe has written to Gov...
New Bureau of Indian Education career appointees
WASHINGTON – George T. Skibine, deputy assistant secretary for policy and economic development, Indian affairs at the Interior Department announced Feb...
40 more laid off at PR Resort
In another cost-cutting move, Pearl River Resort will eliminate the last shift at the Golden Moon Casino on Sundays, Warren Strain, communications director for the Resort, confirme...
Norman's Jacobson House director is an artist, entrepreneur
Jin Gentry is the new director of Jacobson House Native Art Center, a nonprofit American Indian cultural center at 609 Chautauqua Ave...
Choctaw Nation plans career fair for students, others
A career fair organized by Oklahoma’s Choctaw Nation will tackle guiding high school students to their best college or technical training future as well as matching job seekers sta...
Gift to help build Cal State San Bernardino observatory
Pauline Murillo remembers as a child camping with her grandmother and picking grapes from vines growing on land where Cal State San Bernardino now sits...
W. Arizona woman pleads guilty in drunken-driving death
A western Arizona woman has pleaded guilty in the drunken-driving death of a man in a wheelchair. The U.S...
Who wants to be aboriginal today?
When I was born I was wrapped in a blanket of red tape. I am a treaty (Cree) First Nation person, long hair, high cheekbones and the whole shebang...
Stimulus goes to tribal housing
Washington state's American Indian tribes are expected to receive nearly $15 million in federal dollars to build new homes, renovate old ones and repair roads, according to a state...
Former Puyallup Tribal Council member and smoke shop owner sentenced for contraband cigarette scheme
HENRY GOTTFRIEDSON and ALLISON GOTTFRIEDSON, operators of Frank’s Landing Indian Discount Tobacco, were sentenced late yesterday in U.S...
Dozens of Indian students honored
Tuesday brought an opportunity for some of Del Norte’s best and brightest students to be recognized for their efforts...
Florida lawmakers: Don't bet on Seminole gambling deal passing
Florida lawmakers put supporters of Gov. Charlie Crist's Seminole gambling compact on notice Wednesday: A deal won't come easily this year - if it comes at all...
University of Kansas Tribal Law Conference
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
LAWRENCE, Kan. – Attorney Christine Zuni Cruz has seen the complexity of Indian identity first-hand in her personal and professional life...
U.S. Court of Appeals to Hear Arguments on Indian Country
By Monica Wepking, Editor The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in St...
Horsemen to seek cut in slots tax
Ocala horsemen and Florida thoroughbred racetrack officials will head to Tallahassee Wednesday to ask lawmakers to ease slot machine taxes and rework an agreement that Gov...
Supreme Court ruling might give local governments jurisdiction over tribe-owned casinos
A recent ruling by the U.S...
Viejas Enterprises Receives Business of the Year Award
At an inaugural celebration, Viejas Enterprises was awarded the East County Regional Business of the Year by the San Diego East County Chamber of Commerce...
College offers many options for American Indian students
American Indian students from the Churchill County School District attended representative college classes on Monday at Western Nevada College as part of Native American Education ...
For Indian tribes, economic needs collide with tradition
Jobs are scarce and poverty is pervasive on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation, but rich coal deposits lie beneath the buttes where wild horses roam...
Panel criticized as ‘pro-logo’
Some people watching the Sioux nickname committee say they think the group is a “logo retention committee” and doesn’t include enough representation of the University of North Dako...
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