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Mormon writer in hot water over Native DNA
Seattle - After a wide outcry in the press, a local congregation of the Mormon church has indefinitely postponed a disciplinary hearing that could have led to the excommunication o...
Study identifies SIDS risk factors among American Indian infants
John Herrington's shuttle mission an amazing success
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. - The space shuttle Endeavour landed at the Kennedy Space Center Dec. 7 at 2:37 p.m. EST, completing John Herrington's first spaceflight...
'Outside the Box' on SD TV
For centuries before contact, the Wampanoag people of Cape Cod and the nearby islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket made bountiful use of the lowly cranberry...
Gaming leaders denounce magazine slant
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - An outcry from Indian country charges that a TIME Magazine cover story on Indian gaming failed even to make an attempt at balance...
TIME marches on Indian country
PINE RIDGE RESERVATION, S.D. - Plains and Midwestern tribal gaming officials and leaders are banding together to combat the Dec. 16 TIME Magazine cover story on Indian casinos...
Secret of Indian casinos: everyone wins
The TIME Magazine cover story "Look Who's Cashing in at Indian Casinos" presents a competent picture of some alleged negatives of the industry, such as the big returns that accrued...
TIME has slanted view of Indian country
Make no mistake Indian country, in a cyclical repeat of American history another attack on tribal rights is coming on full steam...
Traditional history through modern exhibits
ONAMIA, Minn. - "What was the traditional importance of the seasons in the lives of Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Indians?...
News From the North: A roundup of Native news from Canada
Mushuau Innu DAVIS INLET, Newfoundland - Moving day for the entire 680-member Mushuau Innu band is scheduled for Dec. 14...
Banks in Arizona find tribes either too rich or too poor
Feds approve geothermal plant near sacred Medicine Lake
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The federal government approved a geothermal power plant near Medicine Lake in far northern California Nov...
Deception and the Indian Claims Commission
I recently found the Indian Claims Commission's "Findings of Fact" concerning the Western Shoshones on microfiche at the University of San Diego Law School library (11 Indian Claim...
War on Diabetes
There are stupid wars and there are good wars. War on diabetes is good. Diabetes is a scourge on Native peoples. The antidote for diabetes is living and eating healthy...
John Herrington, American Indian astronaut, returns to Mother Earth
After a whirlwind thirteen days in space astronaut John Herrington is back on Earth...
Johnnie P. Flynn: If you can't beat em, cheat em
Johnnie P Flynn, Ph.D.
That should be the name of the new strategy by Interior Secretary Gale Norton, et al, at the Interior Department these days in the Individual Indian Money account case, especially ...
Hull says she'll sign Arizona gaming compacts
PHOENIX - Arizona Gov. Jane Hull says she hopes to sign Indian gaming compacts before the end of her term. In a strongly worded column in the Arizona Republic Nov...
To the Bush administration: Don't forget about the First Americans for housing
McCaleb: Indian beneficiaries deserve federal accountability
Throughout our nation's history, the relationship between the U. S. Government and American Indians has left a troubling and contentious legacy that continues to this day...
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