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Tom the Dancing Bug Spoofs 'The R Word'
Texas Native Community to Protest Redski
Indian Country Remembers Misty Upham
First Nations Fight for Pristine Peel
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From Carlisle to Hollywood: A Conference
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Support Warrior's Right to Walk Red Road
BIA Head Kevin Washburn Speaks to ICTMN
Juliette Lewis' Memorial for Misty Upham
Horse Lovers Share a Vision
EPA Gives $10.4 Million to CA, NV Tribes
American Indian Motion Picture Awards
1964 Centennial Indian Princesses Gather
Thing About Skins
Politically-connected lawyer charged in hit-and-run death of Pueblo man
Gale Courey Toensing
SANTE FE, N.M...
Panel suggests new federal agency to solve fair housing issues
WASHINGTON – Native Americans across the U.S...
Native American $1 coin chosen
WASHINGTON – The official $1 Native American coin for 2009 has been selected...
After a record-breaking race, voters today will cast their ballots for the 44th president of the United States...
WASHINGTON – History has been made. Sen. Barack Obama won an overwhelming victory over Sen. John McCain to become the 44th President of the United States...
First Native American conjoined twins
Brian Daffron, Today Correspondent
EL RENO, Okla.—It was an overwhelming summer day on July 15 when Stevie Stewart, 20, found out not only that she would be having twin girls, but that the twins she had been carryin...
Bush administration’s uranium mining decision could affect tribes
WASHINGTON – The Bureau of Land Management, an agency within the Department of the Interior, in early December eliminated a regulation that gave two congressional committees the po...
01/02/09 - Court stands in the way of tax collection
The hardest thing in state government this year might not be to lower the soaring deficit...
A call to young warriors, to all young people
Y oung American Indians today suffer from many problems of the modern world...
Arizona attorney general rebuts Havasupai settlement, despite clients’ wishes
PHOENIX – Members of the Havasupai Tribe had reason to be cautiously optimistic upon learning that regents of the Arizona State University system wanted to settle a long-running le...
Groups press for tribe-friendly renewable energy policies
WASHINGTON – As more tribes explore and get involved in the renewable energy field, a network of tribal groups is asking President-elect Barack Obama to support tribally owned and ...
Judge blocks cigarette tax law
Gale Courey Toensing
Indigenous anti-mining protests hit Ecuador
Daniel Denvir, Today correspondent
O n Dec. 21, more than a thousand indigenous and campesino activists marched to the Ecuadorian National Assembly in opposition to President Rafael Correa’s proposed mining law...
01/02/09- Indian Tribe Buys 60 Acres in Stanwood
The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians acquired a total of about 60 acres on 316th St. NW in Stanwood, WA, from Robinett Development Co. for $3.8 million, or about $63,700 per acre...
01/02/09 - Tribe takes dispute to court
A bitter dispute has divided the state's smallest Native American tribe, the Meherrin Nation, creating an identity crisis that will be settled in court.The question underlying the ...
01/02/09- Wash. tribe seek to move away from flooding danger
Flooding used to be a problem every five or 10 years for the tiny Hoh Indian Reservation. These days it's an annual event...
01/02/09- Appeals Court Affirms ISP Authority on Tribal Land
Idaho state troopers can arrest American Indians on highways where they cross reservation land without violating a tribe's sovereignty, according to a recent Idaho Court of Appeals...
01/02/09- Teens’ film looks at oil refineries on tribal lands
The College of St. Scholastica hosts a screening and discussion of the documentary “March Point” at 6 p.m. Jan. 13, in the Mitchell Auditorium on campus...
Becoming ‘better off’ in a bad economy
Letter to the Editor
I n the important 2007 reader, “Shoot the Indian: Media, Misperceptions and Native Truth,” a speech given by venerable Haudenosaunee scholar John C...
01/02/09- Indians' dispute before court
A bitter dispute has divided the state's smallest Indian tribe, creating an identity crisis that will have to be settled in court...
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