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Tribal membership needs reform to move forward
In order to preserve sovereignty and successfully thrive economically in the contemporary world, American tribes require greater stability and certainty in government...
Indian Tribes Trying to Pass Online Poker Legislation in California
According to a recent report from Capitol Weeky writer Malcolm Maclachlan, a consortium of California-based Indian tribes and card rooms are lobbying to offer online poker for stat...
Minn. Tribal Plaza To Be Dedicated At New Stadium
The Minnesota Tribal Nations Plaza at the new TCF Bank Stadium will be dedicated on Monday...
Tribal subsidiary agrees to buy Remington Park
Officials from a subsidiary of the Chickasaw Nation said Thursday they agreed have to buy Remington Park, Oklahoma's largest horse racing track...
First cases of swine flu found in Amazonian indigenous community
The first cases of swine flu have been confirmed in an Amazonian indigenous community, the London-based Survival International said Wednesday...
Digging begins on American Indian burial site in Carriage Town
The excavation of an accidentally found American Indian burial site started today...
An American Indian’s journey in the land of Indian casinos
David Treuer writing at Slate Magazine takes a tour of Indian casinos, writing about Indians, treaties, poker, golf, success and failure...
‘Comanche Boy’ documentary a hit
Sam Laskaris, Today Correspondent
LAWTON, Okla. – George Tahdooahnippah, Comanche, has been rather successful in the ring. And now the 30-year-old middleweight boxer is hoping to be a hit online...
Distressed by Doctrine
Letter to the Editor
I was distressed to read of the Doctrine of Discovery which gave Europeans the right to conquer lands which were not theirs, and to enslave the indigenous peoples of this continent...
Sotomayor could make a difference
Matthew L.M. Fletcher, Guest editorial
I ndian Country is celebrating the confirmation of Justice Sonia Sotomayor to the United States Supreme Court – and rightfully so...
Crow chief receives Medal of Freedom
Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON — A 95-year-old Crow Indian who went into battle wearing war paint under his World War II uniform has been awarded the nation’s highest civilian honor...
Chenault: We can do better in health debate
Dr. Venida Chenault
B etween reading Mark Trahant’s columns on health care and hearing the onslaught of daily news reports about Republican opposition to any success by President Obama in advancing th...
Lone Grove man to be honored
The Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame is preparing for its annual inductions at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, August 13, at Riverwind Casino in Norman...
Wampanoag Tribe wins $1.4 million for housing
The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) has received federal grants totaling $1,382,819 for energy efficiency improvements and repairs to tribal housing...
Crow Chief receives Medal of Freedom
A 95-year-old Crow Indian who went into battle wearing war paint under his World War II uniform has been awarded the nation’s highest civilian honor...
Public weighs in on Point Molate casino proposal
Praise for thousands of promised new jobs outpaced warnings of an economic and social drain Wednesday night as residents aired their views on a massive Indian casino resort and con...
Peru detects swine flu in Amazon Indian tribe
Eight Amazon Indians of the Machiguenga tribe have tested positive for swine flu and are recovering, Peruvian health officials said Wednesday...
Grand Traverse tribe considers winery
A report expected next month could determine whether Michigan’s wine industry gets a major new player: the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians...
Northern Cheyenne tribal employee admits theft
A former payroll worker for the Northern Cheyenne tribe admitted today that he stole more than $7,000 from the tribe and spent it on himself...
Commissioners ignore County Attorney's advice
In a taped interview on Monday, Aug...
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