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5 Variations of Ceviche, an Inka Recipe
Montreal First Peoples Fest in August
ND Tribal ID’s Not Accepted for Voting?
Filmmaker Says Genocide Didn’t Happen
Organization Calls on ‘Redskins’ Corpora
Bering Strait Comes Crashing Down
Obama at Standing Rock: The Next Steps
VICE Visits Aboriginal Gangs in Peg City
Warbonnet Controversy Pushes Giants
Improving Spirit Lake Child Protection
Johnny Cash's 'Bitter Tears' Remade
Tribe and Town Make Over Grasse Banks
American Indian Studies More Accessible
Drug Trafficking a Threat in the Bakken
Salty Wastewater Leaks on Fort Berthold
Sonny Sixkiller: 'Redskins' Is Racist
Masters of Drum, Quill, Basket Honored
5 Tribal Land and Water Rights
Unsettled: Triumph and Tragedy in Maine
Santa Fe Police Pulled Rifle on Native
Thing About Skins
Senators Have Doubts After Harper Answers Queries on Cobell Dealings
Some senators are having problems with answers provided by lawyer Keith Harper, a Cherokee Nation citizen, about his work on the Cobell settlement and other tribal trust lawsuits...
Republican Lawyer to Lead NCAI Legal Team
There’s a new legal boss at the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), and he’s one with strong Republican ties—a shift for an organization that has sometimes seemed, at lea...
SCIA Minority Staff Director Leaving Senate for NCAI
Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo), vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs announced this morning that David Mullon, the minority staff director and chief counsel for t...
Power Brokers, Part I: The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
The United States Senate handles a high volume of work across a multitude of platforms...
Senators Confirm Sally Jewell to Lead Interior; Predict She Will be Good for Indian Country
Senators are speaking out after confirming Sally Jewell April 10 by a vote of 87 – 11 to become the next secretary of the United States Department of the Interior, saying she will ...
Congressmen Explain Their Surprising Violence Against Women Act Votes
While the tribal court inherent jurisdictional provisions of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) passed both chambers of Congress in February, and President Barack Obama subseque...
A Miscalculation on the Sequester Has Already Harmed Indian Health
The many ways the federal government’s sequester will hurt Indian country are easy to see...
House Republican VAWA Bill Offers Strong Tribal Protections; Will Cantor Accept?
Republican House members Tom Cole (Okla.) and Darrell Issa (Calif.) on February 20 issued new Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) legislation that includes stronger tribal jurisdicti...
Educating is Key to Reclaiming Indian ‘Image and Identity’
Gale Courey Toensing
At a Senate Committee on Indian Affairs hearing about countering the negative images of Indians in popular culture, Lynn Valbuena captured the problem and the solution in two sente...
Republicans Blast President Obama’s Tribal Jobs Record
Several Republicans in Congress say President Barack Obama has offered more rhetoric on tribal job creation than meaningful, measurable action...
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Interview: How Tester’s Sen. Committee on Indian Affairs Will Shake Things Up
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