Gale Courey Toensing
10/16/12
The Department of Interior has rejected the casino compact between the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, saying it unfairly gives the state too much mo...
Daniel Garza

For a short time, soon after the first railroad tracks were laid down on the rich agricultural basin of central Washington State around the early 1900s, federal policy allowed government agents to break up the Indian reservations into allotments to be owned by individual Indians in an effort to e...

10/12/12
Steve Russell

Tribal governments that disdain being “domestic, dependent nations” should prepare two budgets, similar to the “shadow governments” that opposition parties compose in a parliamentary system....

10/6/12
ICTMN Staff
10/1/12
Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, North Carolina will add five members to its Sports Hall Of Fame, including the late Henry Owl, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians ...
Mark Trahant
9/27/12
South Dakota’s lone U.S. Representative is an important office for Indian country. The state that once sent a Lakota man, Ben Reifel, to Congress...
Carol Berry
9/29/12
Two piles of mingled industrial tailings—known locally as “chat”—have triggered a conflict in northeastern Oklahoma between Quapaw Tribe descendants who are the chat’s partial owne...
ICTMN Staff
9/22/12
On September 17, Ben Shelly, Navajo Nation president, put 373 acres near Winslow, Arizona into Navajo trust after stating, “with today’s signing of these documents, we are not just...
Rob Capriccioso
9/19/12
Three tribal leaders testified before the U.S...
Mark Trahant
9/17/12
Sequester is a funny word. As a noun it means a general cut in government spending. As a verb it means to hide away...
Mark Trahant
9/10/12
Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney would like this election to be about one topic: jobs. Romney’s been blasting away on this topic...

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