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MMIW: A Comprehensive Report
Northern Cheyenne vs. Big Coal
Cop Shoots, Kills Native Woman
Juneau: And the Campaign Goes On
Coos Bay Tribes to Add Dental Therapists
Victim of Hit-and-Run: 'Joy to Be Alive'
Malpractice Alleged at IHS Hospitals
Obama’s Indian Country Budget
Indigenous Woman Elected in B.C.
KivaSun Launches Bison Jerky
When Is it Right to Disenroll Indians?
COINTELPRO, Cherokee Freedmen & Survival
St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Ryan Hensley
Fall Chinook 3rd Record Snake River Run
Pronghorns Reintroduced to Colville Rez
Wab Kinew Runs for Office
Red Horse Is Cracking the Custer Façade
Simmons: Racism, Failing School Systems
Navajo Suit Against Urban Outfitters
KivaSun Distributes Bison Through FDPIR
Thing About Skins
Extension gives groups more time on development money
WASHINGTON -- Native community development groups are getting an extra couple of weeks to apply for federal assistance from a program that in 2005 granted more than $4 million to A...
Challenged by tribes, the IRS pays attention
Faced with a gargantuan bureaucracy like the Internal Revenue Service, Indian people understandably might be shy about asking for their due, especially when the response comes atta...
First Nations flock to the ballot box
OTTAWA -- While fewer aboriginals will be sent to the House of Commons, significantly more Native Canadians participated in the recent elections to shape Canada's 39th Parliament...
Salvadorans take steps to reclaim heritage
CACAOPERA, El Salvador -- Tucked inside a valley, a one-room building is quiet in the midweek afternoon sun. The simple structure of brick and ironwork is set on 11 acres...
John Daniels Jr. named to Seattle magazine's 'most influential' list
AUBURN, Wash. -- Muckleshoot Chairman John Daniels Jr. was named one of the 25 most influential people in the Seattle region for 2005 by Seattle Magazine...
BIA agents sieze 30 tons of marijuana
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON -- Two BIA special agents have been recognized by the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy for their work in eradicating a major marijuana cultivation proj...
South Dakota lawmakers to look at bills
PIERRE, S.D. -- South Dakota Rep. Paul Valandra, Sicangu Lakota, listed education funding, changes to the criminal code and a voting bill among his priorities this year...
Gun Lake asks court to dismiss lawsuit
Gale Courey Toensing
BRADLEY, MI. -- The Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians joined the Justice Department Jan...
AIROS Native Radio Network to carry groundbreaking radio program; 'Native Nation Building' series to premiere nationally
Gary Sherwood Rhine -- the great 'Rhino'
Hundreds of family members and friends of Gary Sherwood Rhine gathered in San Francisco Jan...
Southwest art: A testimony to tribal resilience
Patti Jo King
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -- Southwestern tribal art is among the most distinctive of all American Indian crafts...
New development brings opportunities
From the smallest to the largest of Arizona's 22 Indian tribes, the ingenuity of design in construction, range of tourist attractions and quality resorts and restaurants have reach...
Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. goes to bat for its members
Patti Jo King
PHOENIX -- The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc., a private, nonprofit corporation with representation from 20 of the state's 22 tribes, is an agency that effectively works to ...
Poor families in IRS program audited for fraud
WASHINGTON -- The Internal Revenue Service is on forked-tongue mode toward Indian country. One side of the face speaks pleasantly and appears kind...
Now they know
Suzan Shown Harjo
The world of Native American art and culture has suffered severe losses in the past 12 months and I feel the need to reflect on a few of them for this moment in this space before r...
The bounty of the desert; Red, yellow, green and burgundy indigenous foods
TUCSON, Ariz. -- "The pleasures of gathering their foods," wrote historian Donna R...
The return of the 'Rebels with Wisdom'; David Choquehuanca on the new Bolivia
On Dec. 18, Bolivians elected their nation's first Indian president, Evo Morales, a 47-year-old Aymara from the Altiplano. Morales, who took office on Jan...
LET THE GAMES BEGIN; Whom do N.Y. politicians represent?
How can you grant sovereignty to a casino?...
South Dakota legislators hear from Indian country
PIERRE, S.D. -- American Indians in South Dakota are still second-class citizens -- and no longer comfortable with that status...
Supreme Court refuses to hear voting rights case
PIERRE, S.D. -- The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal from the state of South Dakota on a Voting Rights Act violation...
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