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Coming Attraction: Winter in the Blood
Gourmet Indigenous Dishes [10 Photos]
Redskins Hire PR Firm
Tribe Rebuilds Citizen’s Home After Fire
Connecting Students and Universities
Chickasaw Nation Election Results
Chris Rock Said 'No' to Redskins in 1991
New General Manager Muckleshoot Casino
How Do We Re-Member?
$250K From Snoqualmie to WA Fire Victims
What Would You Do? Brianna Went to Italy
Fighting Diabetes With Plant-Based Foods
Tribe Brings Home 38 Medals at NAIG
10 Things About Wes Studi
Oklahoma Owed $47M in Smoke Revenue
15 New Words for the NDN Dictionary
Victims of Murder Came for Work
The 'Carcieri' Fix Bills Need to Do More
Aliens Made 150,000-Year-Old Pipes?
Two Native Designers on Project Runway
Thing About Skins
Trail of Broken Treaties: A 30th Anniversary Memory
Suzan Shown Harjo
The week before Election Day 1972, the Trail of Broken Treaties caravans pulled into Washington, D.C., to present federal policymakers with solutions to the myriad problems in Nati...
Federal Government Reverses Land Deal with Shoshone-Paiute Tribes
The federal government has retracted its decision to transfer land to the Shoshone-Paiute Tribes, thwarting its off-reservation economic development plans to draw money to the isol...
Action Summit for Suicide Prevention Introduces New Steps to Save Lives
Labeled “a silent epidemic,” suicide is a leading cause of death for 15-to-24-year-old American Indians...
Bush-Era Commutable-Distance Gaming Rule Nixed
Gale Courey Toensing
`A controversial Bush-era guidance memorandum that invented a new rule for off-reservation Indian gaming has finally been shredded...
Oklahoma Indians Guiding the Way for Land-into-Trust
Today, there are roughly 1,900 land-into-trust applications pending from among the 565 federally recognized Indian tribes, and the U.S...
New Mexico Indian Tribes Oppose Jemez Pueblo's Anthony Project
New Mexico's Indian tribes are ganging up against the Jemez Pueblo in opposition of its bid to partner with a Santa Fe art dealer Gerald Peters to build a $55 million hotel and cas...
Echo Hawk's Memo Overturns Effective Ban on Off-Reservation Gaming
Interior Assistant Secretary Larry Echo Hawk, the head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs , rescinded a controversial 2008 memorandum by the Bush Administration that effectively banne...
Searching for Common History
Indigenous peoples and nation-states have different social and cultural ground rules that often present varying interpretations of history and contemporary relations...
Who Will Lead The Tuscarora Nation?
Reprinted with permissions from The Niagara Falls Reporter...
Unelected Micmac Chief Cancels Elections – Again
Gale Courey Toensing
BIA is silent; members are determined to elect their government For members of the Aroostook Band of Micmac Indians , it was déjà vu all over again...
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A New Push to Hire More Native Veterans at Indian Affairs
Interior Extends Deadline for Land Into Trust for Alaska Natives
The Great War Showed World the Horror of Total War Natives Knew Too Well
Leaders Convene to Improve Life for Spirit Lake’s Sacred Children
Rep. Daines Talks Cobell and the Need for GOP to Connect With Tribes
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