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Gale Courey Toensing
4/2/07
Decision would affect the labeling of artists' and artisans' work MONTPELIER, Vt...
David Melmer
4/2/07
PIERRE, S.D. - The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe filed a lawsuit in federal court accusing South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds of not negotiating gaming compacts in good faith...
Jerome Clark
4/2/07
PHOENIX - Tribal, national and international leaders met at the Arizona state Capitol on March 8 as part of an Indigenous Peoples Consultation, hosted by the Legislature's Native A...
Jim Largo
4/2/07
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - As a tribal leader, Rappahannock Chief Anne Richardson makes decisions based on what her people tell her - a traditional way of leading...
Abbey Thompson
4/2/07
Honoring George W. Brown Jr. LAC DU FLAMBEAU, Wis...
David Melmer
4/2/07
Missouri River water could turn to gold POPLAR, Mont...
David Melmer
4/2/07
RED LAKE, Minn. - The bodies of two toddlers who had disappeared from their home more than four months ago were found frozen in lake ice on the Red Lake Reservation...
By Philip Burnham -- Today correspondent
4/1/07
By Philip Burnham -- Today correspondent HUEJUQUILLA EL ALTO, Mexico - Five hundred years after it started, the Spanish Conquest has finally reached the Huichol...
Jerry Reynolds
3/30/07
WASHINGTON - In the fall of 2005, former deputy secretary of the Interior Department J...
The Associated Press
3/30/07
By Alex DeMarban -- Anchorage Daily News ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - The toughest part about creating a totem pole designed to mock Exxon Mobil Corp...
Jerry Reynolds
3/30/07
WASHINGTON - The Congressional Native American Caucus has advised the House Appropriations subcommittee on Interior of its views on the president's fiscal year 2008 budget proposal...
Editors Report
3/30/07
It was said many times during the Indian Gaming 2007 conference of the National Indian Gaming Association, held March 25 - 28 in Phoenix, that it was the most successful in its his...
Editors Report
3/30/07
Over the past several decades, American Indian and First Nation communities have increasingly gained control over the education of their children...
Steven Newcomb
3/30/07
The Cherokee Nation has received a great deal of heated criticism for its decision to eject the black freedman from their national rolls...
By Lisa Garrigues -- Today correspondent
3/30/07
By Lisa Garrigues -- Today correspondent CUSCO, Peru - At least 2,000 Quechuan marchers and dancers filled the streets of Cusco on March 5 to protect the Andean sacred site of Q'oy...
Eric Cheyfitz
3/30/07
Identity politics in Indian country In his explanation of the vote to exclude Cherokee freedmen from the tribal rolls (''Cherokees vote for Indian blood,'' Vol. 26, Iss...
Matthew L.M. Fletcher
3/30/07
Lost in the accounts of the eight U.S. attorneys recently dismissed or asked to resign by the Department of Justice is the potential impact on Indian country...
Jerry Reynolds
3/30/07
WASHINGTON - A March 22 hearing of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs on housing issues among tribes offered a stark contrast between a familiar story and a strange new one...
By Jerry Reynolds -- Today staff
3/29/07
By Jerry Reynolds -- Today staff A Tlingit 'Mavbeth' WASHINGTON - English is the first oral language in which all Native peoples of North America can speak to each other...

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