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Manning: Youth Battle Sisseton 'Redmen'
Rallying the Vote, On and Off Reserve
Smoker Broaddus Named Educator of Year
McKinley to Denali = Drill Baby Drill?
AIANTA: International Tourism Is Growing
Book Chronicles Colville Termination
6 Native Alternatives to Junk Food
Wildfires Showing Improvement
50 Faces of Indian Country, Part II
Whirlwind of Change For Nez Perce Police
Robert A. Williams on the D of D
Moya-Smith: Armed Police Drones? Yep.
New Miss Cherokee & Junior Miss Crowned
Climate Change Is Disrupting Lives Now
Department of Ed Grants $50M to TCUs
Obama Hosts Alaska Native Roundtable
Man Acquitted of Hurling Beer at Kids
Tahnee Robinson: Player to NCAA Coach
Hopi: Celebrating the Sanctity of Water
Poarch Creek Member Yale Assistant Dean
Thing About Skins
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Phyllis J. Bigpond, founding executive director of the Denver Indian Family Resource Center from 2000 – 2009, passed away Sept...
Enviro, Labor, claim Tribe's claim to Nantucket Sound is "legally baseless"
A coalition of environmental and labor groups sent a letter to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar yesterday urging the department to quickly grant approval to the Cape Wind offshore wi...
Tribe needs nuclear waste solution
RED WING, Minn...
V irginia LaFrombois Baker was born Aug. 12, 1933 in Belcourt, N.D. to Delia and Louis LaFrombois. She was one of seven children...
An Indian Reservation As Economic Engine?
On a small reservation in the Phoenix area, the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community has felt the pinch of the recession...
A transparent tribal government
The Cherokee Nation has the most open, accountable government of any Indian tribe in the country, but it hasn’t always been this way...
Argus-Courier Editorial Petaluma casino threat lingers
News that the Dry Creek Band of Pomo Indians is considering building a minor league baseball stadium on property it owns alongside the freeway just south of Petaluma offers some ho...
Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma embezzled by Indian tribe member
Today, Dawena Pappan, 39, of Ponca City, Oklahoma, pled guilty before United States District Judge Robin Cauthron to embezzling funds from the Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma, announced ...
Indian health bill gains steam, again
WASHINGTON – Native American health advocates and leaders are pressing for quick reauthorization of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act, which has now been introduced in both ch...
Jefferson Keel elected NCAI president
Gale Courey Toensing
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – Jefferson Keel, Lt. Governor of the Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma, is the new president of the National Congress of American Indians...
Redskins litigants win support from psychologists, justice advocates
WASHINGTON – Native American plaintiffs suing to end the trademark of the controversial Redskins National Football League team have gained new support from legal experts, social ju...
2nd Circuit denies Schaghticoke political influence appeal
Gale Courey Toensing
NEW YORK – Despite the latest setback in the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation’s long quest for federal acknowledgment, Chief Richard Velky said he will continue to pursue justice and fed...
Pressure mounts for Obama to settle Indian farmer case
WASHINGTON – A group of tribal governments and some of the top Indian affairs lawmakers in the nation have added their voices to a growing chorus asking the Obama administration to...
Tribal leaders to Congress: End BIA homeownership bureaucracy
WASHINGTON – Tribal leaders testified before Congress that government bureaucracy involving the leasing of Indian lands must cease, or increasing numbers of Native American young p...
Lumbee recognition bill meets Senate again
S en. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., and Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., have introduced a bill to extend federal recognition to the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina...
Cole introduces House Carcieri fix
R ep. Tom Cole, R-Okla., a member of the Chickasaw Nation and only Native American currently serving in Congress, has introduced legislation aimed at fixing the Carcieri v...
NMAI to host Indian law meeting
T he National Museum of the American Indian will host an Indian law conference Friday, Nov. 13...
Gathering again to discuss climate crisis
Bob Gough, Guest editorial
N ative peoples have enjoyed a great many millennia of flourishing cultures and “green” economies in the rich and diverse environments that comprise these native homelands in the A...
Urgent fix needed
Letter to the Editor
T he Supreme Court’s decision in the recent Carcieri v. Salazar case urgently needs to be corrected...
Columbus Day just another Monday
Letter to the Editor
H ow could Columbus discover America when Native peoples were already living here?...
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