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Native Village of Tanana, Alaska
The village filed a motion to intervene in the federal government's ongoing lawsuit against the nation's biggest tobacco producers...
Mark Fox bids to head NIGA
NEW TOWN, N.D. - Mark N...
Navajo Nation of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah
The Navajo Nation Council re-elected Edward T. Begay to a two-year term as speaker...
Sac and Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa (Meskwaki)
A former commissioner for the tribal casino is entitled to unemployment benefits, the Iowa Employment Appeal Board ruled...
Rosebud Sioux Tribe, South Dakota
Patricia Evans, an enrolled tribal member with a close relationship with the Crow Creek reservation, has joined the admissions staff at the University of South Dakota...
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of the Fort Hall Reservation of Idaho
Ernestine Werelus got tired of hearing she did not own land on the reservation...
Shoshone Tribe of the Wind River Reservation, Wyoming
Amid tribal songs, drums and prayers, Chief Washakie of the Eastern Shoshone was enshrined at the state Capitol Feb. 21...
Tha Tribe takes pride in Grammy
LAWRENCE, Kan. - What started out as a group of college students forming a drum group a few years ago has resulted those same college students becoming a part of history...
Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah & Ouray Reservation, Utah
More than a century ago, Northern Ute Indians were forced from their lands in the Yampa Valley. Now a college wants to make sure the history is not forgotten...
Indigenous roots explored in photos
LOS ANGELES - Some authorities say 60 to 80 percent of African Americans have American Indian ancestry somewhere in their past...
Barona plants oaks in honor of anti-crime advocate
Norton speaks to tribes and Indian Affairs Committee
WASHINGTON - Gale Norton, newly appointed secretary of Interior, has spent part of her first weeks on the job learning about and talking about tribal issues...
Is the historic Cherokee courthouse Indian country?
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - Many members of the Cherokee Nation consider the old Cherokee capitol the heart of the nation...
Jicarilla Apache Nation of New Mexico
The nation lost a protest of tax increases on its Lodge at Chama, a 36,000-acre luxury hunting and fishing resort, but President Claudia Vigil-Muniz says that's not the last word...
Phoenix Indian School building to Indian tourism center
PHOENIX - Once a center of forced Native American assimilation, the Phoenix Indian High School will soon be transformed into a place of peace and a showcase for Native culture and ...
Respect Native Women - Stop Using the S-Word
Suzan Shown Harjo
The women's sports teams at St. Bonaventure University were once called the Brown Squaws. The men's teams at the school in upstate New York were called the Brown Indians...
Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho
A 16-year-old tribal member died after he saved his young nephew from a house fire caused by a space heater...
Gaming regulations perceived as extreme
WASHINGTON - The National Indian Gaming Commission issued proposed regulations tribes say go beyond the authority of the federal government to regulate tribal gaming...
Gorton touted for federal judgeship
WASHINGTON - Just as Indian country thought it had seen the last of Slade Gorton, former Senator from Washington state, a letter was sent to President Bush from the Senate asking t...
Kennewick Man finds common ground in old adversaries
PORTLAND, Ore. - A June trial date has been set in this northwestern city to determine control over the 9,400-year-old bones known commonly as Kennewick Man...
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