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Feds Charge 'Cherokee' Artist as Fake
Choctaw Stickball: A Game of History
Youth Conference Focus on Apache Pride
Interior Declines Duwamish Fed Rec
Pamunkey Becomes 567
Real-Money Online Gaming a Bust?
Blackhorse: 5 Voices Talk 'Indian'
Northwest Tribes Host Canoe Journeys
Crownpoint Health Turning Patients Away
Tulalip Tribes Sues State, County
No New Stadium in D.C. Until Name Change
Native Super Heroes Take Over the Heard
The Myriad, Generous Offerings of Plants
Rachel Dolezal Outs Andrea Smith Again
A Canada Day Meditation
Long-time Supporter of Indian Gaming
Canada Day a Non-Event for Indigenous
USA Today Names Best Resort Casino
Bill John Baker Reelected
Imagining Reconciliation in Bemidji
Thing About Skins
STORYTELLER; MOON SONG
In a time when our fathers' fathers walked, there was a warrior named Stem. He was a brave man and had killed many buffalo to provide food and many hides for the cold winters...
Cowboy-throwing bulls star at Schemitzun fest
NORTH STONINGTON, CONN. -- Cowboys and Indians mingled peaceably at the annual Schemitzun, the Green Corn Festival of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation...
A psychologist in the making
COULEE DAM, Wash...
In important ways, war and flood are connected
At the beginning of the current war in Iraq, President Bush was adamant that Americans would be asked to make no sacrifices, pay no price, for the war...
Depleted uranium: A crime against humanity and the environment
President Bush has let us know how important it is for him to maintain his physical fitness...
New Mohegan regime to take over
NIBA president receives Lifetime Achievement Award
First American Indian to receive award from Minority Business Development Agency SAN FRANCISCO -- Pete Homer, Mojave/Shasta, president and CEO of the National Indian Business Assoc...
Golf educates at Salish Kootenai College
PABLO, Mont. -- The call of "Fore!" isn't heard at other American Indian colleges, but it resounds at Salish Kootenai College in Montana...
Students attend USD camp
VERMILLION, S.D. -- Four students from St...
Food is the first medicine
Food is the first medicine. What the body needs for the health of the human being, enters through the mouth...
The power of paddling; Youth find health and healing in a traditional sport
Molly Neely-Walker and Richard Walker
SWINOMISH, Wash. -- It's a sunny summer day. A day when many kids are playing at the beach, hanging out at the mall or playing video games at home...
Forum focuses on wide gaps in early learning
LITTLE ROCK, Ark...
Mashpee Wampanoag strive to house families while awaiting recognition
An economy grows on the northern Plains
Morongo Rez Readers to feature children's author Lisa Patencio
MORONGO INDIAN RESERVATION, Banning, Calif. -- On Sept...
Spirit of the berry speaks to us still
Native peoples of the Western Hemisphere provided for their nutrition from a broad harvest of plant and animal sources, which have added a great deal of healthful variety to the wo...
Wolf River Protection Fund benefit
CRANDON, Wis -- The Wolf River, a federally designated wild river, has always provided for the people of Wisconsin and for the sturgeon, wild rice, muskrat, the maple and the deer...
Wall Street bond raters skeptical on sovereignty
NEW YORK -- As Wall Street opens more and more to tribal financing, one of the last barriers is the arcane process of bond rating...
Health service budget up $100 million in '06
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON -- A $100 million boost to the IHS budget next year will help maintain the agency's health initiatives for American Indian and Alaska Native people, but will fall short ...
Ellsworth to remain open
RAPID CITY, S.D. -- Anxiety turned into jubilation in South Dakota Aug...
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