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CA Natives Working to Avert Fish Kill
Cartoonist Without Reservations
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Native Academics Mentor Students in STEM
Oregon Rejects Coal Train Terminal Plans
Bishop Paiute Tribe Makes History
Open Letter to Sally Jewell
An Academic Reservation in the Making
ESPN’s Mike Ditka ‘Admires’ Snyder
Ferguson Has Implications for All
On Background Only, Not Free Speech
Prehistoric Native Remains Found in CA
Naked Bodies on Gunny Beach
Ferguson and the Shoot-First Problem
Tweets, Please! Shoni Schimmel Takes Ove
1,300 Mourn for Fontaine and Hall
Listen to Kinnie Starr's 'Summer Day'
Video: Yurok Youth Make Case for Klamath
Choctaw Director of Education Retires
CA Tribes Work to Avert Mass Fish Kill
Thing About Skins
Lannan Foundation enables land reacquisition
SANTA FE, N.M. - It's quite unusual for a foundation to grant money for land acquisition...
Pequot Nation flooded with charity requests
Cobell and Echohawk: Cobell case is a just and proper cause
Last week, Indian Country Today published the letter of five tribal chairmen criticizing our efforts to seek redress for the Department of Interior's historic and continuing misman...
Finding meaning in the decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court issued rulings in two cases on March 4, one in favor of the White Mountain Apache Tribe and one against the Navajo Nation...
High court's Navajo coal ruling
WASHINGTON - Chalk up another reason for tribes to assume all possible control over their own resources...
Potential landmark decision awaits Bishop Paiute Tribe
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - What began as an investigation into alleged welfare fraud has turned into a potential landmark case that could have profound impacts on tribal sovereignty...
Excerpts from United States v. White Mountain Apache Tribe
Justice Souter delivered the opinion of the Court: The question in this case arises under the Indian Tucker Act: does the Court of Federal Claims have jurisdiction over the White M...
Excerpts from United States v. Navajo Nation
Justice Ginsburg delivered the opinion of the Court: ?...
Supreme Court deals a win and a lesson
The trust obligation of the federal government toward American Indian tribes was substantially upheld in a couple of Indian cases decided recently by the U.S. Supreme Court...
It's often a win when Court doesn't act
WASHINGTON - Cases that the U.S. Supreme Court doesn't decide on often do more for Indian country than the cases it does...
Native Cooking Column by Dale Carson
Zogalebi is what the Abenaki call maple syrup. However, most people just call it by it's nickname - DELICIOUS!...
Florida Museum to display rarely viewed art
News from the North: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
Dumont takes Aim at James Bay Hyrdo QUEBEC CITY, Quebec - The leader of one of the newest players in the political scene in Quebec provincial politics has said it will "re-launch" ...
Breaking the silence of lost totems
SEATTLE - For almost a century, totem poles stood as silent sentinels in many abandoned villages in the Pacific Northwest...
Insurance concerns spread to housing
WASHINGTON - The insurance crisis in Indian country has extended to Indian housing, industry leaders meeting here heard...
Yellow journalism and the Red road
Yellow journalism is back in full force in America...
No fuel tax for tribal members in South Dakota
PIERRE, S.D. - Sovereignty and treaties have won in South Dakota and tribal members will be rewarded with savings on motor fuel purchased on reservations...
Western Shoshone crisis: Is the U.S. a nation of arbitrary laws?
In January, as reported in Indian Country Today, the Indigenous Law Institute issued a report on behalf of the Western Shoshone National Council, documenting that the Indian Claims...
Oklahoma caller questions three cabinet members
WASHINGTON - An anonymous caller from Oklahoma's Indian country scored a journalistic coup on the morning of March 5, questioning three members of the Bush cabinet about their rela...
'Meet Naiche: A Native Boy From the Chesapeake Bay Area' by Gabrielle Tayac
WASHINGTON - If I were a Native American today, what would my life be like? How would I be different from other kids? Would I go to a regular school?...
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