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Defense counselor Reichert discusses U.S. v. Lara
GRAND FORKS, N.D. - The question now before the U.S. Supreme Court is whether tribal courts can prosecute Indian defendants who are not members of its tribe (U.S. v...
Saddam in the dock
Debate over the Iraq war is not likely to quiet after the capture of Saddam Hussein...
Begay runs for Janklow's seat
YANKTON, S.D. - Terry Begay announced he will run for the Congressional seat left open by the resignation of William Janklow...
Coin: Tribes 'hijacked' by states demanding revenue
Indian cars" still sit rusting amongst the weeds on tribal reservations and rancherias throughout California, home to the nation's largest tribal government gaming market...
Pine Ridge sets the pace in cross-country
PINE RIDGE, S.D. - Invoking a no-nonsense attitude, coach Dale Pine has refused to allow his athletes to fall victim to the obstacles that present daily challenges in Pine Ridge...
Expertise offered on alcohol and drug treatment
MISSION, S.D. - Fresh with the experience of dealing with more than 1,300 youths who have suffered alcohol and other drug addictions, the team of Hoskie Benally and Dr...
Special Report: The Alaska-Hawaii connection (Part One)
Anne Keala Kelly
(Editors note: This special report was first published in the Fall 2003 edition of Native Americas, the journal of hemispheric indigenous issues published by First Nations Developm...
American Indians face rental discrimination
Navajo could get windfall of money from massive spending bill
WASHINGTON - The Navajo Nation stands to benefit from a $373 billion funding bill passed by the House on Dec. 8 by a 242-176 vote...
Tribal education groups spar over 2001 convention funding
Governor stalling Catawba plans for second bingo
ROCK HILL, S.C. - In its effort to build a second bingo hall in South Carolina, progress of the Catawba Indian Nation (CIN) was stalled recently by Gov...
Reading signs: Maya studies today and tomorrow
Martha Macri likes to tell a story well-known in Maya studies lore...
Sitting Bull College educates and promotes culture
Shortly after earning a law degree Ron His Horse is Thunder, great-great-great grandson of Sitting Bull, quit his job at a Rapid City law firm and returned home to the Standing Roc...
Wildhorse Resort & Casino Golf Course: A review
PENDLETON, Ore. - The golf course at Wildhorse Resort & Casino in Pendleton, Ore...
Urban Indian Coalition appeals decision affecting Michigan Indian Medicaid benefits
DETROIT - The National Urban Indian Coalition has joined an appeal of a U.S...
South Dakota prisons show improvement
Rosebud headed in a new direction
2004 Campaign: Democratic candidates exhibit respect for the Indian vote
The attendance in person or via message at the recent 60th annual conference of the National Congress of American Indians by all the top contenders for the Democratic Party preside...
Western Shoshone payments challenged
CRESCENT VALLEY, Nev. - The Western Shoshone have found an ally in U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva to join their near half-century long land battle with the federal government...
Divisions deepen in Conn. Recognitions
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