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Arvel Bird: Still Sharing the Love
Tatanka Means' Standup Comedy
Calif. Gaming Conference on Drought
Changing Currents Increased NE Sea Level
3 Alliances Between Africans and Natives
Penn's Pratfall; Racist Dwarves
Jim Thorpe, the Play
PA Community Divided Over 'Redskins'
Coal Terminals Would Destroy Lummi Sites
Neechie Gear Founder Honored With Awards
13 Images: Occupation of Wounded Knee
The Context of Indian Nation Treaties
The Power Of Native Voters
Photos of Native Kids Defending Earth
Massive Black Hole 12 Billion Suns Big
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One Spoon: Many Generations
Being Native and Black
Sand Creek Remembered at Yale
Thing About Skins
Keepseagle deadline extended
WASHINGTON – Indian farmers suing the U.S. Department of Agriculture have extended a deadline for settlement, while Hispanic farmers reportedly have a deal on the table...
Addicted On The Rez
Drug abuse and crimes are rising on Indian reservations near Washington's Canadian border. Dealers exploit the gaps in jurisdiction between tribal, state and federal authorities...
Lawyer: Stupak's letter shouldn't delay casino's reorganization
A week after U.S. Rep...
Open letter to NCAI
Letter to the Editor
The Blackfeet Tribe has just become aware of a letter sent by the National Congress of American Indians to the offices of various senators supporting the Barrasso amendment No...
Indian reservations on both U.S. borders become drug pipelines
Like any young man on the Tohono O'odham Indian reservation on the border with Mexico, Clayton Antone can reel off the going rate for smuggling a load of marijuana into the U.S...
Shinnecocks expect final word on Federal recognition Tuesday
Leaders of the Shinnecock Indian Nation expect to receive a telephone call on Tuesday morning from the U.S...
Free cocktails harder to find at casinos morality and economics weighed
The quintessential Las Vegas or Atlantic City casino experience comes with card dealers in ties, feather-festooned showgirls and the most coveted amenity: the free drink...
Lumbee lobbying not settled
The Lumbee Tribal Council's Federal Recognition Committee met for the first time in nine months Tuesday, but the group did not discuss the tribe's federal lobbying effort...
Chief Custaloga and his town
Editor’s note: This weekend’s re-enactment of the French and Indian War era is expected to attract 5,000 or more visitors to Custaloga Town...
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, KVCR to launch new TV channel
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians on Tuesday announced it is partnering with San Bernardino-based KVCR Television to air the nation's first American Indian channel...
d’Errico: A tale of two tea parties
Peter d’Errico, Today correspondent
T he “Tea Party” movement of 2010 compares itself to the original 1773 Boston Tea Party that challenged Parliamentary rule in the British colony of Massachusetts...
Federal grand jury in Bay City indicts Mount Pleasant teen on assault charge
A federal grand jury in Bay City has indicted a Mount Pleasant teen accused of using his vehicle to assault two people. On June 9, the grand jury indicted Lyle J...
State House group to have casino proposal hearing here (Muskegon County)
The state House committee that is reviewing the proposed resolution to build an American Indian casino in Muskegon County is expected to come to the Muskegon area to take local tes...
Summer Chinook fishing opens with above-average run
Tribal and non-Indian commercial fishermen, and anglers as well, get to test the Columbia River mainstem waters for adult salmon for the first time since early this spring with the...
FMIT council members sworn in
Two incumbent council members of the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe took their oath of office Saturday, after one was re-elected to her fourth term in office, the other to her second...
USDA announces People’s Gardens in Minnesota
ST PAUL, Minn. – On June 4, United States Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that People’s Gardens now exist in all 50 states, two U.S...
Court favors corporate agribusiness over salmon and fishermen
Dan Bacher, Special to Today
F ederal Judge Oliver Wanger issued a ruling May 19 challenging the federal biological opinion protecting Sacramento River chinook salmon, Central Valley steelhead, green sturgeon ...
Men’s health featured at 8th Mayo Clinic Spirit of Eagles
Hofer: The miracle of research
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
W e all know someone who cancer has touched. And that’s why research is so important...
Community interventions, in-home visits may slow weight gain in children
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