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Congress should include Indian country in economic stimulus legislation
Within the next few days, Congress may advance economic stimulus legislation to counteract the negative impacts to our nation's economy stemming from the cowardly terrorist attacks...
Americans, what are you going to do?
On Tuesday, Sep. 11, 2002, I sat transfixed before the television watching the horror of the world trade center with many emotions running through my heart...
Inupiats of Native Village of Barrow are dependent on the caribou
This letter is on behalf of the 2,570 Inupiat members of the Native Village of Barrow Traditional Government located in Barrow, Alaska...
Hopi lands and Big Mountain: misinformation is an issue
Relocation of Indian people is always suspect and fraught with collective historical trauma...
Nipmucs regroup, locals applaud as McCaleb denies recognition
SUTTON, Mass. ? Nipmuc Nation leaders are preparing to unload five years of research on the BIA in response to rejection of their long-stalled petition for recognition...
Norton closer to contempt charge
WASHINGTON ? Interior Secretary Gale Norton may be a step closer to being charged with contempt of court in the ongoing lawsuit over Individual Indian Money trust funds...
Walking the Red Road
RAPID CITY, S.D. ?...
American Indians get 227 New Mexico mortgages
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. ?...
Cayugas win big settlement in decades old land suit
VERSAILLES, N.Y. ? Cayuga Indians stand to collect nearly a quarter of a billion dollars for the loss of their upstate New York reservation, a federal judge ruled Oct...
Bearskin Lake First Nation, Ontario
National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations Matthew Coon Come welcomed Ophelia Kamenawatamin at the end of her walk to raise funds for dialysis equipment for the new hospital i...
Three tribes denied federal recognition
Crow Tribe of Montana
Owners of a game farm who want to give elk on their ranch to the tribe, have been warned they risk arrest if they continue allowing people to shoot animals for a fee...
Klamath Indian Tribe of Oregon
Interior Secretary Gale Norton said the administration is weighing proposals to relieve the parched Klamath Basin, following a Sept. 26 meeting with Sen. Gordon Smith, R-Ore...
Native Village of Kivalina
Preliminary results from testing berries and greens about a mile from the Red Dog mine port suggest locals don't risk their health by gathering wild foods there...
Navajo Nation of Arizona, New Mexico & Utah
Raymond Tan, 43, a northern New Mexico man with seven prior DWI convictions pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for a May 1999 crash that killed a Massachusetts motorcyclist and...
Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho
The tribe expressed outrage and disbelief at recent vandalism to rock cairns at The Smoking Place, a sacred site to the tribe...
Tribes and organizations join other Americans with assistance
The outpouring of assistance to victims of the New York and Washington, D.C., terrorist attacks from Indian country continues...
Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe, Nevada
The Defense Department has ordered Sierra Army Depot to quit exploding outdated munitions in the open air 55 miles northwest of Reno...
Rosebud Sioux Tribe, South Dakota
Tribal Law Enforcement Services will receive $186,000 of $420,000 from the federal Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), intended for technology improvements...
Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Mission Indians, California
The tribe wants aircraft from nearby Santa Ynez Airport to stop flights over the reservation and its casino. Tribal officials said in a Sept...
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