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6/23/10
Only 63 percent of all Americans have high-speed Internet connections. That's low compared with other countries...
6/23/10
The Morongo Band of Mission Indians, who have been outspoken in their support of online poker legislation in California, surprisingly rejected a proposal by state Sen...
Lucinda Hughes-Juan, Today correspondent
6/22/10
I f you have ever worked for a tribal organization chances are you have had your own experiences in working with an oversight committee or board, directly or indirectly...
Staff reports
6/22/10
LINCOLN, Calif...
Michael Meuers, Special to Today
6/22/10
A groundbreaking for the much anticipated Ponemah Branch of the Red Lake Nation Boys and Girls Club, and new Ponemah Community Center, a true multi-purpose facility was held May 5 ...
6/22/10
The National Congress of American Indians’ plate is full this week with a variety of weighty topics...
6/22/10
It wasn't Justin Murphy's mother or grandmother who taught him the Native stories of how the Big Dipper came into existence...
6/22/10
Mist cruises through the air in great clouds, twining through the branches of a giant cedar and falling in crystal drops, renewing the cycle of life...
6/22/10
The Tribal Alliance of Sovereign Indian Nations on Monday said it is opposed to state Sen. Rod Wright's measure to legalize online gambling...
6/22/10
With their status now approved by the federal government, the Shinnecock Indian Nation has sent tribal leaders to Albany in order to build federal support for multiple casino enter...
6/22/10
Where there’s smoke, there’s taxes — especially for New Yorkers...
Staff reports
6/21/10
WINNIPEG, Manitoba – Anishinabe elder and spiritual leader Dave Courchene will open the G8 World Religions Summit with a message of peace, prayer and a call to action...
Mark Trahant
6/21/10
A philosophical question: How much medical training is needed to treat patients? Some say it’s the full course as proscribed by existing medical, nursing or dental schools...
6/18/10
The Water Commission of the Inter-Tribal Council of California (ITCC), in a powerfully worded statement, is urging people to vote "No" on the $11.14 water bond on the November ball...
6/18/10
Hundreds of guests are honoring the founder and outgoing president of Salish Kootenai College...
6/18/10
The Bureau of Indian Affairs says the disputed recall of Dry Creek Rancheria Chairman Harvey Hopkins is an internal matter for the tribe to sort out...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
6/17/10
DENVER – Navajo residents worried about uranium mining’s impact on their northwestern New Mexico community were handed a defeat by a narrowly divided federal appeals court in an en...
Gale Courey Toensing
6/17/10
UNCASVILLE, Conn...
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
6/17/10
DENVER – A week of looking at social justice through the lens of billion-dollar assets concluded with visits to the sites of a World War II Japanese-American internment camp and a ...
Staff reports
6/17/10
WEST POINT, N.Y...

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