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Amazon Natives struggle for control of ancestral lands
David Dudenhoefer, Today correspondent
LIMA, Peru – The Cacataibo Indian village of Puerto Azul, in the Peruvian Amazon, is a peaceful collection of small wooden homes on a bank of the Aguaytia River, which serves as it...
Do-or-die time for Akaka Bill
Congressional passage of the Hawaiian sovereignty bill has become possible with yesterday's dropping of controversial alterations of the legislation that were made in December...
Judge orders county to return seized Cayuga cigarettes
Gale Courey Toensing
SENECA COUNTY, N.Y...
Cobell settlement succeeds again in House
WASHINGTON – The $3.4 billion Cobell settlement has now passed the House two times, while the Senate has yet to act...
Support S.B. 1070
Letter to the Editor
As a Hopi Indian, I feel a great concern with Indian country opposing Arizona’s S.B. 1070...
Wilkinson: How many of us have Elouise Cobell’s courage?
M y mother is tremendously relentless when it comes to doing what’s right...
Law and order bill passes Senate
WASHINGTON – The Tribal Law and Order Act has passed the Senate, and now awaits movement in the House. The affirmative vote came via unanimous consent June 23...
Malta outfitter sentenced for leading illegal hunt
A 57-year-old Malta man accused of illegally hunting on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation has been barred from outfitting and guiding on federal land for two years. Donald B...
Blackfeet, state weigh law enforcement issues
Law enforcement on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation was a hot topic during a meeting between the State-Tribal Relations Interim Committee and Blackfeet leaders, officials and triba...
Feds meet with tribal police chiefs in Wisconsin
Federal prosecutors met with Wisconsin tribal police chiefs on Wednesday in a show of support as they struggle against gangs and drugs on their reservations. U.S...
Mashantucket Pequot dancers honor ancestors’ spirits
Eastern Connecticut Indian tribe members gloried in their ancestors Wednesday and reveled in one thing the ancients didn’t have — air conditioning...
Trahant: Warning: Budget tsunamis forecast
T he health care reform law should significantly boost the amount of money pumped into the Indian health system. That’s the good news...
Financial Center opens at Sitting Bull College
FORT YATES, N.D. – A new $1 million, 3,400-square-foot, Financial Center is the latest addition to the Sitting Bull College campus, located in Fort Yates, N.D...
Colin Kippen chosen as NIEA executive director
WASHINGTON – Colin Kippen has been selected by the National Indian Education Association board of directors to serve as its new executive director...
Feds to file lawsuit over Arizona immigration law
Thunder Valley Casino Resort opens expanded casino
Claims of money mismanagement balloon with Florida Indian tribe casino funds
I'm not much of a casino gambler...
State man in line for federal council
Stacy Phelps, coordinator for the South Dakota GEAR UP program, is expected to be appointed to the National Advisory Council on Indian Education by the Obama administration...
Three Arizona Men Sentenced for Illegally Possessing a Golden Eagle
Three men were sentenced today in federal court in Flagstaff, Ariz., for illegally possessing a protected golden eagle, the Justice Department announced...
Stillaguamish Tribe, Arlington join on paving project
The Stillaguamish Tribe and the city of Arlington are working together this month to pave a section of Smokey Point Boulevard...
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