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Indian Policy ‘Fraudulent and Brutal’
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'Burned Over' Region Still Indian-Owned
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2016 World Hoop Dance Championships
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Statues of chiefs and peace park envisioned near Zion
Estar Holmes, Today correspondent
Veterans Administration powwow fiasco
Stephanie Woodard, Today correspondent
DAYTON, Ohio – On May 30, Guy Jones, Hunkpapa Lakota, was emceeing the Selma Walker Memorial Day Powwow in Columbus, Ohio, when he received a text message...
Foxwoods and New York Liberty team up
Gale Courey Toensing
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. – One of the most successful national women’s basketball teams has partnered with the country’s largest Indian resort casino in a unique pairing...
The beautiful journey of Billy Mills
Lorraine Jessepe, Today correspondent
Lori Piestewa National Native American Games continues growth
Sam Laskaris, Today Correspodent
A national multi-sport competition for Native athletes continues to grow. The ninth annual Lori Piestewa National Native American Games are scheduled for July 15 – 18...
Bolivia indigenous greet the New Year
Sara Shahriari, Today correspondent
EL ALTO, Bolivia – June nights on Bolivia’s high plains are dry and piercing cold. But at 5:30 a.m. in El Alto, a city of one million, it’s time to celebrate...
Harvard officials defend Kagan on Indian issues
WASHINGTON – With Elena Kagan’s Senate confirmation hearing looming, top Harvard University officials are defending her record on Native American issues...
Carmen: Time to adopt the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
O n April 20, at the Ninth Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, U.S...
Washburn: Udall legacy to Indian country
Elizabeth Rodke Washburn
O n June 20, more than 500 people gathered for a touching tribute to Stewart L. Udall, who passed away March 20, 2010...
Seneca: Cigarette tax bill is a throwback to ‘termination era’
Gale Courey Toensing
Lumbee leaders seek qualified foster parents
James and Virginia Hunt first became foster parents in 1983...
Federal judge to hold court on Hopland Indian reservation
In an unprecedented arrangement, the Hopland Band of Pomo Indians and the United States District Court for the Northern District of California have entered into an agreement under ...
Rocky Boy's Reservation recovering from flooding
John Mitchell can crack a smile, even as his home sat underwater Wednesday following an unprecedented flood last week...
Battle of Wits: Playing peon with Cocopahs
For hundreds of years native warriors with the Cocopah people have gathered together to test each other's strength and resolve during a traditional game called peon...
State gets almost $4M in employment funds
Six tribes in New Mexico will share $352,549 in federal funds for job training and placement services. The funds were allocated by the U.S...
Casino odds change on Beacon Hill for Wampanoag Tribe
The Massachusetts Senate version of a gaming bill that emerged Friday from a legislative committee changed the odds for the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah)...
Former employee admits role in fraud
A former Fort Peck tribal employee on Tuesday admitted federal charges for her role in a scheme in which more than $1 million was stolen from the tribe’s loan program...
Wampanoag tribes jockey for position
The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) is turning to Facebook to pitch a casino plan for Fall River...
Tribe Loses Court Battle to Stop Gold Mine on Mount Tenabo
An Indian tribe, an indigenous rights support group and a mining watchdog group have failed in their joint court bid to block the expansion of a gold mine in northeastern Nevada...
FCC Eyes Broadband For Indian Reservations
Only 63 percent of all Americans have high-speed Internet connections. That's low compared with other countries...
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