Steven Newcomb
10/1/15

In 2004, the Delaware Nation of Oklahoma, in Anadarko, filed a lawsuit against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Delaware Nation based its lawsuit on “the doctrine of discovery,” and the royal charter that King Charles II of England issued to William Penn in 1681....

Dennis Zotigh
7/4/14
The following was originally posted on July 3, 2013 by the National Museum of American Indian and has been updated with more readers’ comments and descriptions...
ICTMN Staff
1/27/14
In 2013, regulators in Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey made it legal for casinos to operate online gaming websites...
Steven Newcomb
12/19/13

In his recent column, “The Long Road to ‘Free and Independent’ for Indian Nations,” Steve Russell says, “My ICTMN colleagues are fond of ‘free and independent’ as a des...

Cedric Sunray
10/21/12

I recently read an article concerning the murder of a highly articulate, cultural young Indian woman who w...

Suzan Shown Harjo
9/26/12

The senatorial race in Massachusetts is too close to call—between incumbent Senator Scott Brown, Republican, and Harvard Law Professor Elizabeth Warren, Democrat—and could decide which party controls the U.S. Senate....

ICTMN Staff
7/19/12
After concerned parent Lloyd Elling sent a letter to the editor to DelmarvaNow.com requesting the Indian River School District remove its Indian head mascot, the school board voted...
ICTMN Staff
6/29/12
On Thursday, Delaware's Democratic Gov. Jack Markell approved online casino gambling within the state's borders...
ICTMN Staff
6/27/12
A parent is asking the Indian River School District in Dagsboro, Delaware to remove its Indian mascot from two schools...

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