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Drought Disaster in Four AZ Counties
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Special UN Report: Speaking in Tongues, The Midnight Hour
At the second annual Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, held in May at the United Nations in New York, participants spoke with ICT about the relationship between language and he...
Wanted: Toxic sites?
HELENA, Mont. - Damon Schlenske wants your most toxic sites, especially if they're located on or near reservations...
Aboriginal university unveiled
REGINA, Saskatchewan - Highlighting his five-day visit to Saskatchewan, Royal Highness, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, unveiled the podium officially designating the re-naming and ...
At least one court upholds sovereignty
Western Shoshone at odds over payout
ELKO, Nev. - Nevada is largely a ghostly country of brown barren rift valleys and towering sagebrush-covered mountains...
Splendor within First Nations University
REGINA, Saskatchewan - Stepping inside the university's foyer, a two-story tipi is striking in its presence and immediately captures the attention of visitors, not only by its size...
News from the North: A digest of First Nations news from Canada
Fisheries ruling could spawn violence VANCOUVER, British Columbia - The violence that marred the opening of the Atlantic lobster harvest this year could be spilling over to west co...
Cayuga intrigue: Can two tribes assert sovereignty within the same land claim?
A few weeks ago, we advised observers of Indian gaming to watch an ongoing unprecedented attempt by an Oklahoma tribe to open a gaming facility in upstate New York...
News from the Pacific Northwest
Town may help purchase house posts FRIDAY HARBOR, Wash...
Adamson: Early warning signs on welfare reform
Rebecca L Adamson
Welfare reform legislation has become a defining triumph of the Republican ascendancy that began with the 1994 congressional elections...
Saving bank steps in to assist with closing costs gap
NEW ORLEANS - Down payment and other closing costs present formidable obstacles to mortgage affordability, both in and out of Indian country...
The hypocrisy of it all
Shocking charges about corruption in New York State gaming abound in a report just released by New York State Attorney General Elliot Spitzer...
Untimely death of Navajo man leads to arrest of Catholic bishop
TUBA CITY, Ariz...
Newport News files lawsuit to revive reservoir project
NEWPORT NEWS, Va...
Hayworth speaks out on Indian country
Editor's note: U.S. Rep. J.D...
Newcomb: Chairman's testimony violated Te-Moak constitution
On June 18, 2003, the House Committee on Resources held a hearing on H.R. 884, The Western Shoshone Claims Distribution Act, sponsored by Nevada Congressman Jim Gibbons...
For the Western Shoshone theft is theft, even when by Congress
The Western Shoshone land claims case is a contemporary, classic, textbook example of Manifest Destiny...
Harjo: Happy Little Bighorn Memorial Day
Suzan Shown Harjo
Nearly a dozen years ago, Congress changed the name of the national battlefield monument from Custer to Little Bighorn and authorized the memorial to the fallen Indian heroes of th...
Savoring the future: upscale restaurant supports Gila River farming revival
Tempt your tastebuds with pizza or sweets
METLAKATLA, Alaska - After a seven-year pizza famine in Metlakatla, the itch by residents for oven-baked dough can now be scratched...
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