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Thing About Skins
Benicio Del Toro: 'Native Americans Are the Real Americans'
The film Jimmy P.: Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian , starring Benicio Del Toro, will have its U.S. premiere on Tuesday (October 1) at the New York Film Festival . Jimmy P...
Tribal Prez Discusses Alcohol, the Sale of Wounded Knee and Johnny Depp
In December 2012 Bryan Brewer became president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe on the Pine Ridge Reservation...
Power Brokers VII: Two States See Native Representation in the East
The wooded lands east of the Mississippi River were once the everyday homes for several more sovereign nations than are now serviced under the current Bureau of Indian Affairs' Eas...
Support Mounting for Dusten Brown on Facebook Page ‘Standing Our Ground for Veronica Brown’
After a nearly four-year legal battle through the Supreme Court and beyond, on September 23, white South Carolina couple Matt and Melanie Capobianco removed Veronica, 4, from her b...
McCain Prompts New Questions and Investigations Involving Harper’s U.N. Nomination
IGT Debuts Cross-Platform Video Poker Tournament
For the first time, poker players can extend their gamesmanship by participating in a major video-game tournament using multiple platforms: mobile, desktop, social media and on loc...
Prime Steak Houses Earn Wine Spectator Award
Steak houses at Agua Caliente, Wild Horse Pass and Turning Stone earn Wine Spectator awards...
North Dakota Health Department May Flush Neo-Nazi Out of Town
Gale Courey Toensing
The North Dakota Department of Health may flush a neo-Nazi out of a tiny village where he and a group of white supremacists have racist plans to establish an all-white enclave, the...
Tribes and Casinos Give Back in 2013
Agua Caliente Helps Feed the Needy The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians appreciates the work of the nonprofit Well in the Desert to fill the stomachs of those struggling to m...
Increases in Gaming Revenues Bode Well for Indian Country
Gale Courey Toensing
An increase in Indian gaming revenues in 2012 of almost three percent offers “economic encouragements” for Indian country, according to the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC)...
Northwest Tribes Exult as Nearly One Million Chinook Return to Columbia River
Northwest tribes are exultant to see nearly a million fall Chinook salmon returning to the Columbia River this year, nearly 400,000 more than have returned since the Bonneville Dam...
The Wound That Won’t Heal: Idaho’s Far-Reaching Phosphate Pollution
While the pollution at the FMC site rivals the story in the movie Erin Brockovich , the story of phosphate in Idaho actually has a much wider reach, spanning the entire Phosphoria ...
Black Hills State University Helps Native Students Transition
More than 30 new students spent a week touring the Black Hills State University campus and Northern Hills community through a program aimed at helping Native American students make...
The Wound That Won’t Heal: EPA’s Band-Aid on Idaho Phosphate Pollution
With a $57 million price tag, the EPA’s new plan to cope with pollution at a defunct phosphorus plant on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation would appear to be ambitious...
The Most Beautifully Sad Song You'll Hear Today: 'Dancing in the Sky'
"Dancing in the Sky" is a simple song about the loss of a loved one, and the video isn't going to win any awards for production value...
Grammy Winner Robert Mirabal Brings Star Power to Naperville Powwow
Two-time Grammy Award winner Robert Mirabal lent his star power to the 19 th Annual Harvest Pow Wow in Naperville, Illinois...
Another Sacred Site in Danger: Property Owner Fights to Protect Cave
What started as a search for a retirement property has turned into a David vs...
Wide World of Gaming: Global Gaming, From Australia to Zimbabwe
Ever wonder how many slot machines there are in all of Africa? Parking spots at the only legal casino in Malaysia? Electronic bingo games in Central America?...
'Papa Smurf' Paul Karason, Colored Blue by Colloidal Silver, Walks On
The man who turned a Smurf-like blue after taking colloidal silver for dermatitis has died, though not from his self-administered medical regimen...
A Talking Chair: Outgoing NIGC Chair Tracie Stevens’s Advice to Her Successor
Gale Courey Toensing
Tracie Stevens (Tulalip Tribes), who is leaving the chair of the National Indian Gaming Commission after completing a three-year term, talked to Indian Country Today Media Network ...
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