Mist and drizzle drenched Hydaburg, Alaska, in July as tribal citizens and guests gathered for a powerful display of culture….
While there is a need for good science–based environmental books, the detailed data in some texts is enough to make the everyday reader’s head spin….
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When Billy Frank Jr. was first arrested for fishing with a gillnet on the Nisqually River in 1945, he was just a 14-year-old boy.…
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The latest offering from Micki Free, American Trash, harkens back to his creative and musical roots….
Rio Arriba County Sheriff James Lujan doesn’t think Ohkay Owingeh has authority to ticket non-Indians in tribal court.
The petition to move the remains of the greatest athlete this planet ever produced from Pennsylvania to Oklahoma is surely being examined this summer with a special level of intrigue by the justices and their inner circle.
A study looked a majority opinions issued by the high court and found a striking ideological overlap from a justice who has been hostile to Indian interests.
The 1855 Treaty Authority hopes to provoke a court battle to confirm off-reservation harvesting rights.
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Tribal Tech ranked at No. 320 on Inc. Magazine’s list of the 500 fastest growing privately held companies for 2015….
Some people have been asking why I make room for my Republican cousin Ray Sixkiller in this column. Three reasons….
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A non-Indian group disputed a provision that requires tax revenues to be shared with tribes.
The Supreme Court refused to entertain an appeal after the county’s law firm missed a critical deadline.
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Namerind Housing Corporation helps Native people find housing in a city where they often face discrimination.
The Federal Reserve’s district bank in Minneapolis has a simple goal for its latest outreach into Indian country: it wa…
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The impact of wildfires lasts well beyond the time when the last ember is extinguished….
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On Tuesday, a number of environmental organizations and a delegation of Native American youth gathered in Washington, D.C….
The tribe is eager to start work on the $500 million First Light Resort and Casino in Taunton, Massachusetts.
Adam Torres previously served as a U.S. Marshall and worked for the U.S. Attorney’s Office and the Internal Revenue Service.
For years I’ve said it is ironic that the descendants of a continent across an ocean would have the audacity to refer to the southern indigenous people of this continent as ‘illegal.’
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