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'Neither Wolf Nor Dog' on Home Stretch
Lawsuits Challenge Wildlife Culling
Addressing Aging Irrigation Projects
Billy Mills Names Dreamstarter Grantees
Frozen Marshals; Roasted Kirk
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AIANTA Breaks Into Italian Tourism
Genocide: From a Student Perspective
Mapping Sacred Indigenous Sites: Brazil
Native History Is American History
Op-Ed: Don't Drink the Agent Orange!
Drought Disaster in Four AZ Counties
Payday Loan Lenders Hurting Natives
Throwback: Tony Duncan and Bret Michaels
CA Students Research Fed Rec & Water
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Miss Indian World Pageant Gearing Up
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Thing About Skins
Mohawk scholar speaks at Syracuse University
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Emerging Haudenoshaunee scholar Audra Simpson (Kahnawake Mohawk) conducted a lecture at the Syracuse University School of Law's MacNaughton Hall on Feb...
Wahinkpe Topa: Say 'No More!' to laws that hurt our children
Wahinkpe Topa (Four Arrows)
In 1892, Captain Richard C. Pratt, the founder of Carlisle Indian School, presented a paper in which he said, "A great general has said that the only good Indian is a dead one .....
Inouye set to wire Indian country
WASHINGTON - Sen. Daniel Inouye may be leaving the vice chairmanship of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, but that doesn't mean he plans to leave Indian nations behind...
Indians in bordertowns victims of mobile home scams
Let the Games Begin: Court rejection clarifies Class II
Class II Indian gaming got a shot in the arm on March 1 when the U.S...
S.D. legislature update
Judge tosses defamation case
SCHURZ, Nev. - Patty Hicks described her mood walking into a tribal courtroom in early February as nervous and uncertain. She had reason to be...
Adamson: Flawed intelligence and the justification for war
Rebecca L Adamson
President George W. Bush. Flawed intelligence. There is a powerful poetic justice in the linkage of these words through all future American history...
Tackling the housing problems of Indian country
Decent housing is a great first step in a family sticking together and improving their lot in life...
Republican forum courts Native views
WASHINGTON - The Republican Party hosted an inaugural Congressional forum Feb...
Santee Sioux win
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear appeals from the federal government over Class II gaming devices at the small Santee Sioux Tribe in Northeastern Nebraska...
Into the culture wars
With all the gay marriage going on, culture war topics are likely to dominate the political landscape for at least the next few months...
Newcomb: A brief story about the American Empire
In an address to the U.S...
Inaugural American Indian Visionary Award finds Frank in top form
WASHINGTON - "Billy was out there, fishing on the river." So began the informal reflections of John Echohawk, now the well known executive director of the Native American Rights Fu...
NCAI Winter Session reviews budgetary and legislative highlights
WASHINGTON - A succession of speakers provided a steady commentary on the issues under discussion at the National Congress of American Indians Executive Council Winter Session Feb...
Bordertown predators, car dealers target Indians
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - American Indians in New Mexico and Arizona bordertowns are repeatedly the victims of car dealer scams known as churning and yo-yo sales...
Indian nations enter the public debt markets
NEW YORK - A recent report written by analysts at a prominent global credit rating agency should catch the interest of tribal leaders, financial officers and businessmen throughout...
Tribal faction claims BIA office used unlawful influence
IONE, Calif. - The hereditary leader of the Ione Band of Miwok Indians traveled to Washington, D.C...
Wade Fernandez (Photo courtesy Kevin Kossow)
MILWAUKEE - Wade Fernandez is an established, remarkably talented young musician nominated for three major NAMMY Awards last year: Best Male Artist, Songwriter of the Year, and Bes...
Oneida Nation promotes racial unity with pre-Grammy celebration
LOS ANGELES - For the second consecutive year, the Oneida Indian Nation hosted an event celebrating racial diversity in the music industry in celebration of the 46th Annual GRAMMY ...
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