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‘Historic’ Agreement Gets Final Approval
Interview: Jason Momoa on 'The Red Road'
116: Oldest Person Credits Sushi, Sleep
Maryland Church to Boycott NFL Team
Tribes Benefit From Federal Climate Fund
Dene Woman Wins Youth Activist Award
In Honor of Loretta Saunders
The Lillian St. Cyr Story, Part 3
Nomlakis Fund Police Mapping Software
Klamath and Farmers Agree on Water Use
Sacred Sites Bill Would Boost Protection
You’d Never Catch a Native…
Milwaukee Pow Wow Welcomes Spring
False Lightning and Buried Emotions
Family Vows to Finish Saunders Research
Tribe Hosts Basketball Tournament
Kenny Dobbs Dunks Over Man on Fire
CNI Recognized Aerospace Manufacturing
Leader of Sacred Wampum Return Walks On
Schimmel Eyeing the Final Four, WNBA
Thing About Skins
Washington in brief
Jerry Reynolds / Indian Country Today
Oglala Sioux Tribe and South Dakota come together on commercial code It is common knowledge, off-reservation, that the key to economic development is credit...
Response: More on ;lies and damn lies'
Rich Braunstein and William Anderson
Rich Braunstein and William Anderson On July 28, distinguished professors Carole Goldberg and Kevin Washburn wrote an opinion piece in Indian Country Today [Vol. 28, Iss...
Chief grandma tells it how it is
Reflections on 13 indigenous grandmothers; visit to Rome GRANTS PASS, Ore...
Act now on ESA changes
Letter to the Editor
Do you want to fish for salmon, steelhead or carp?...
Frank: Will the rivers run dry?
Billy Frank Jr. / Guest columnist
What would it matter if we clean up Puget Sound if the rivers feeding it run dry?...
Message to Canada: Loosen the grip or else
Justice is prepared to go to court TORONTO - Independence is key, according to the head of a ;'truth-telling'' commission with a five-year mandate to raise awareness of what happen...
Questions need answers
Tribe looks for answers in the shooting of a Cree man TORONTO - Leaders of the Island Lake Tribal Council in Manitoba have hired a private investigator and a high-profile lawyer to...
NAGPRA officials defend program management
Tribes confused by national agency actions; GAO study requested WASHINGTON - A new report finds several problems with the management of the Native American Graves Protection and Re...
Energized and hopeful for Sen. Barack Obama As a Native woman, it is tough not to feel distrustful of and cynical toward most politicians...
Jack McNeel / Indian Country Today
New Amphitheater at Two Rivers Casino MILES, Wash...
Canyon Flood Damaged 'Most Beautiful Place'
It may be four weeks until tourists can return to stare as towering waterfalls cascade into blue-green pools near an American Indian village in a canyon miles west of Grand Canyon ...
Penobscot River project plans progress report
Partners in an ambitious project aimed at opening 500 miles of river habitat to salmon and other sea-run fish plan to announce major milestones.
Was the 1921 potlatch raid a sting set up by the police?
Chief Bill Wilson is Hemas Kla-Lee-Lee-Kla, a hereditary chief and modern native politician who challenged Phil Fontaine two years ago for the job of national chief of the Assembly...
Mni Wiconi water reaching Pine Ridge reservation
Words of congratulations and gratitude for the arrival of Missouri River water to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation flowed freely at a Mni Wiconi connection dedication here Wednesd...
Powwow in Putnam honors American Indians of the Lower Hudson Valley
Surrounded by onlookers, Allan Bagg showed an inquiring group of kids how to use ancient weapons...
Tribes gather to explore economic diversity
American Indian casinos brought in $26 billion last year alone, but what if those gaming halls were shut down?
Ore. tribe approves same-sex marriages
The Coquille Indian Tribe, based on the southern Oregon coast, recently adopted a law recognizing same-sex marriage, and its first such wedding is set for next spring.
Alaska tribe drops gambling appeal, but outcome still unclear
An Alaska tribe withdrew its official appeal Wednesday on an Indian gambling matter that some had warned eventually could have a devastating economic impact in Oklahoma.
Babette Herrmann / Today correspondent
A truth teller through music SANTA FE, N.M...
Babette Herrmann / Today correspondent
Only one Short Dawg Tha Native HIGHLAND, Calif...
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