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New N.M. law says state, tribes must cooperate
Feelings of bitterness and mistrust long have permeated American Indians' relationship with government, but New Mexico hopes to change that with a new law that requires all state a...
Tribe leaders reinforce casino commitment
The new Mashpee Wampanoag chairman met with the Middleboro Board of Selectmen last night and delivered a message: The tribe plans to pursue its goal of a casino in town, despite re...
Judge: County can't stop casino
After more than two years of legal briefs, arguments and counter-arguments, a federal court in Washington, D.C...
Federal judge finds issues with King William County, Va. reservoir permits
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
KING WILLIAM COUNTY, Va...
Thune and Dorgan heal rift over Indian health and safety legislation
WASHINGTON – Bipartisanship is back when it comes to congressional desires to fund legislation authorized last summer by Congress focused on Indian health and safety...
Report: BIA official supported unelected Micmac chief and council for two years
Gale Courey Toensing
PRESQUE ISLE, Maine – The BIA’s regional director has backed a chief of the Aroostook Band of Micmac Indians who has never been elected to office, refused to recognize the chief an...
King Cove gets approval from House and Senate
Vincent Schilling, Today correspondent
KING COVE, Alaska – Public officials and Native leaders from King Cove and the Aleutians East Borough are expressing appreciation to members of Congress and the Senate after both a...
Religious freedom in prison
Peter d’Errico, Today correspondent
Courts have long ruled that the U.S. Constitution protects religious freedom in prison...
Arena says it's not funding nickname campaign
Opponents of the University of North Dakota's Fighting Sioux nickname suspect the Ralph Engelstad Arena is paying for a pro-nickname campaign leading up to a vote the Spirit Lake r...
Tribal casinos slim down in hard times
Money may be tight, but casinos are still making it. They just have to cut out some of the frills...
Potawatomi offers Cherokees scholarship
A Citizen Potawatomi Nation citizen is funding several scholarships, and one of the scholarships is specifically for Cherokee students. Dr. Michael D...
Delaware Tribe sets vote in independence effort
Although the Bartlesville-based tribe has been associated with the Cherokee Nation for years, it gained federal recognition in the 1990s, only to lose it again in 2004 under a fede...
Race forum brings apology, calls for change, respect
Reaction to recent news of teenagers allegedly shooting BB pellets at Native Americans as they drove the streets of Rapid City ranged from shock and anger to hurt and resignation...
MATTERS AT HAND: Nickname dispute enters a new phase
The dispute about UND’s nickname and logo seems to have entered a new phase, as North Dakota’s Sioux tribes prepare to vote on the question...
Letters: Native American names should be used to honor
In response to Byron Grow's April 5 letter, I agree that political correctness has gone beyond common sense in changing the names of team mascots, However, I was offended by the la...
Conservation efforts take a big step forward
The Nisqually River and its watershed are among the great treasures in a region rich with natural wonders...
Speaker offers idea of 'virtual state' for American Indians
Mark Charles would like Native Americans to start thinking outside the box about themselves and their political voice in the United States...
PBS series looks at Indian history
When French explorer Samuel de Champlain came to America in the early 17th century, tens of thousands of native people already were settled in New England...
Obama wants EchoHawk at BIA
WASHINGTON – Confirming previous reports by Indian Country Today, President Barack Obama announced April 10 that he plans to nominate Larry EchoHawk as assistant secretary for Indi...
Connect with Native roots at Xat’sull Heritage Village
Babette Herrmann, Today correspondent
WILLIAMS LAKE, British Columbia – The Xat’sull Heritage Village project began as a step in cultural revitalization for youth of the Soda Creek First Nations in 1996...
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