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N.Y. land claim deal
Mohawks, Pataki sign; agree to future tax negotiations ALBANY, N.Y. - Mohawk leaders signed an amended land claim deal with New York Gov. George Pataki Feb...
Montana tribes in line for bison permits
HELENA, Mont. - The Montana Legislature is considering a proposal to give two state-issued buffalo hunting permits per year to tribes in the state...
Montana needs tribal teachers
HELENA, Mont. - Hiring more tribal teachers, principals and staff across the Montana would help keep American Indian students in school by providing more positive role models...
Montana grapples with tribal student funding
LET THE GAMES BEGIN; A multi-state roundup of gaming news
Once again, it is time to take our periodic stroll through the nationwide Indian gaming landscape and get caught up on the industry's happenings...
Lawsuit latest chapter in Humboldt State dispute
Iraq for Iraqis; Iraqis for Iraq
Critics of the Bush administration's Iraq adventure - and they are many and cogent - have a duty to admit when the U.S. does something that seems to turn out well...
Indian counties attract predatory lenders
WASHINGTON - American Indians in counties where more than 33 percent of the population is Native can expect to get almost twice the percentage of sub-prime and manufactured housing...
Half million dollars endows indigenous leadership award
Grand Ronde woodsman works on longhouses and master's degree
PORTLAND, Ore. - Should the world of pre-fab houses and store-bought tools take a dive, at least one man on the Oregon coast will know how to get folks in out of the rain...
Gambling indictment aftershocks
NEW YORK - It's not just horses...
Federal sentencing up to judges
WASHINGTON - American Indians in the federal court system may find it easier to get a favorable sentence, and those whose sentences are considered extreme may get another day in co...
Creating tribal courts
In 1997, BIA police occupied the Cherokee Nation courthouse in Tahlequah, Okla. and locked out tribal judges on orders from the principal chief...
Compensation for Lower Brule and Crow Creek
WASHINGTON - Two South Dakota tribes did not receive adequate compensation for lands lost as a result of Missouri River flood control projects...
Colonialism and energy policy in Indian country
Eric Cheyfitz and Marie Gladue
In his Perspectives piece "Energy can fuel a future of promise" (Indian Country Today, Vol. 24, Iss. 29), Hopi Chairman Wayne Taylor Jr...
Churchill's identity revealed in wake of Nazi comment
A public speaking engagement at an Eastern college has turned hotly controversial for Ward Churchill, a professor and until last week the chairman of Ethnic Studies Department at t...
Churchill controversial on two fronts
NEW YORK - National attacks on University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill are raising questions of false pretenses as much as free speech...
Chief Leschi birthday celebration
Dancing, drumming, singing and special blessings were all a part of the recent birthday celebration honoring Chief Leschi at the school in Puyallup, Wash., that bears his name...
Bush poised to push anti-environmental judge
Building successful Native businesses
Put yourself back in time. The late 1960s was a period of great change for Native peoples in this country. It was a reawakening - a renaissance...
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