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Budget Deal Funding Indian Country?
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New Mexico Winter Pow Wow Raises Spirits
Tiger Thankful for Supporters
Code Talker Wilfred E. Billey Walks On
Legends, Rebels, and Robbie Robertson
Harper Nomination Narrowly Affirmed
‘Dependent’ Is Not a Political Identity
12 Days of Posters: Water Is Life
Kill the Stereotype, Save the People
Bankruptcy Ruling Nets Navajo Cleanup $$
The Flu: It’s Not Too Late to Vaccinate
5 Questions With Diego García Sayán
Mayflower Brings Permanent Settlers
Navajo Chef Launches Travel/Cooking Show
The Idle No More Video You Missed
Galbraith Exits; Thiele Enters
Coyote Thoughts: My Best Christmas Prese
Kwantlen University Heals Rifts in B.C.
10 Strange Native-Themed Christmas Gifts
Things About Skins
Inupiat Community Sues Companies Over Ravages of Climate Change
In 2006, the Army Corps of Engineers delivered a report that contained shocking news for the Inupiat community living in the arctic city of Kivalina: Pack up and move...
Obama's Indian Trust Commission Takes Form
WASHINGTON – With the Cobell settlement on appeal in federal court, the Obama administration is moving ahead with its efforts to reform federal management of Indian trusts...
Canada Racks Up Fossil Awards in Durban as Rumors of Kyoto Withdrawal Swirl
As rumors swirled about Canada's potential withdrawal from the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gas emissions, the nation continued its Fossil Award–winning sweep at the COP17 talks in...
Six Students Complete Choctaw Language Minor at Southeastern
In collaboration with the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma , the Department of English, Humanities and Literature at Southeastern Oklahoma State University (SE) offers a Choctaw Language...
Easing Federal Paternalism Over Indian Land Leasing
WASHINGTON – In a move requested by tribes for decades, the federal government is easing its rules for the approval of leases on lands that the federal government holds in trust fo...
Watch the New Zealand All Blacks Play the South African Springboks
On November 25th we brought you the story of the incredible rugby powerhouse New Zealand All Blacks , who bested France 8-7 in the 2011 Rugby World Cup Final, and their intimidatin...
Uncontacted Tribes: An Adventure in Non-Discovery
Uncontacted But Not Unbowed: 'Arrow People' Guard the Rainforest; Book Review The advance of “civilization” has not been kind to indigenous people in Amazonia...
Free Genealogy Assistance
Get free one-on-one genealogy assistance throughout December at the Morningside Branch Library, 2410 Morningside Boulevard, in Port St. Lucie, Florida...
Foundation Helps Native American Students Overcome Education Challenges
Among Native American students , only 46 percent graduate high school and a mere 17 percent go on to attend college...
Texas Novelty Plates to Honor Buffalo Soldiers Raises Concerns
The Buffalo Soldiers from the 1800s are remembered as part of the U.S...
Gun Lake Tribe Revenue Sharing Tops $10.3M
Gale Courey Toensing
Less than a year after the opening of its Gun Lake Casino , the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians has shared more than $10.3 million with the state of Michigan a...
U.S. Interior Pushes for Solar, Wind Projects on American Indian Lands
The United States Interior Department has revised the regulations addressing leasing of Indian land, according to a Federal Register memo released Monday...
Doug Brinkley Lays an Arctic Smackdown on Don Young
Alaska Representative Don Young was in some kind of mood when he heard—or rather, tried not to hear—Rice University professor Douglas Brinkley's testimony on drilling in the Arctic...
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio Endorses Rick Perry; A Match Made in Heaven?
Gale Courey Toensing
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the icon of anti-immigration and tough-on-crime policies, has endorsed Republican presidential wannabe Texas Gov...
A Preview of '8th Fire,' CBC's Groundbreaking Documentary Airing in January
Five hundred years after the first Europeans stepped onto Turtle Island's shores, their descendants and those of the indigenous who were living here at the time are still strugglin...
Ramapough Indian’s Family Awarded $2.1 Million for Fatal Shooting by Park Ranger
On November 28, a jury in Hackensack, New Jersey awarded more than $2.1 million to the family of a Ramapough Indian who was fatally shot five years ago in Makwah during a confronta...
Foxwoods and Mystic Aquarium Partner in Marketing Deal
Gale Courey Toensing
Two of the most famous tourist attractions in southeastern Connecticut have entered a unique partnership that will help raise awareness—and, it is hoped, the number of visitors—to ...
Michigan Library Gets Grant for Native American Sharpshooters Documentary
The Michigan Humanities Council awarded 14 grants totaling $193,167 to support local cultural and historical projects in November...
Salazar Announces Finalization of Soboba Tribal Water Rights Settlement
After three years, the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians has received its water settlement agreement from the United States government...
North Carolina Governor Approves Live Card Dealers at Harrah's Cherokee Casino
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