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The NAMMYs - Best Male, Female Artist (9/15)
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Massacre focus of law, letters (9/15)
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Presidential debates set (9/15)
Tribes want control of water (9/15)
Sand Creek Massacre Letter 2 (9/15)
Sand Creek Massacre Letter 1 (9/15)
Towns complain about casino (9/15)
Tribes oppose casino (9/15)
State eyes tribes' profits (9/15)
Ousted Kickapoo to protest (9/15)
Conference hopes to encourage activism (9/15)
LaDuke shakes it at Schemitzun (9/15)
CSPAN to film book discussion (9/15)
Whiteclay protesters reject plea (9/15)
Pequot document questioned by state (9/15)
Official says BIA can't do job (9/15)
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Tribe takes on state taxation (9/14)
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Bill would put $290M in tribe's fund (9/14)
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Clinton addresses hate crimes (9/14)
Mi'kmaq meetings may not occur (9/14)
Books celebrate Native traditions (9/14)
Bush education forum set (9/14)
English-only still raises questions (9/14)
NIGC says firings OK (9/14)
School settles binge drinking suit (9/14)
Mark Trahant: The Code (9/14)
Aryan Nations plans appeal of $6.3M judgment (9/14)
Couple gives land to Delawares (9/14)
Sacred painting destroyed (9/14)
Chairwoman still in power (9/14)
Document may end controversy (9/14)
Towns oppose recognition bil (9/14)
Lee finally goes free (9/14)
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Hawaiian affairs still controversial (9/13)
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Minorities face death penalty more (9/13)
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USDA a 'very racist organization' (9/13)
Latin GRAMMY awards air tonight (9/13)
Conference to address sacred lands (9/13)
Dam breaching supported (9/13)
Water bill passes House (9/13)
More Mi'kmaq fishermen arrested (9/13)
Uncontacted tribes concern Bureau (9/13)
University Indian group to begin work (9/13)
Trump threatens lawsuit (9/13)
State voters approve, reject casino (9/13)
Tribe fires government workers (9/13)
Aryan Nations property to be seized (9/13)
Towns still want Pequot meeting (9/13)
Crow leaders experience growing pains (9/13)
Pequots say they have proof (9/13)
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Tribe wins round in tax case (9/12)
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Violence in entertainment targeted (9/12)
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Study: Smoking addiction is rapid (9/12)
LaDuke a guest at Pequot pow-wow (9/12)
Fishing dispute mediation to begin (9/12)
Hearing held for accused cop (9/12)
Police arrest protesters (9/12)
Sacred stone damaged (9/12)
Company wants reservation clarification (9/12)
Forum to address recognition, gaming (9/12)
Bush to attend education forum (9/12)
Yellow Bird: Prairie Plants (9/12)
Judges say drug courts work (9/12)
Wen Ho Lee still in jail (9/12)
Chairwoman faces removal from office (9/12)
Quapaw board members dismissed (9/12)
Pequot comment period extended (9/12)
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Tribal school bonds subject of bill (9/11)
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The Week in Review (9/11)
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BIA issues apology (9/11)
Alaska Natives vow to protect fishery (9/11)
Blackfeet to tap into wind power (9/11)
Potential fishing dispute mediator weighs role (9/11)
Repatriation work underway on remains (9/11)
Senator opposes Indian casino in NYC (9/11)
State still working on compacts (9/11)
Tribe expects new gaming machines (9/11)
Onondaga to keep doctor (9/11)
Alcohol ban takes effect (9/11)
Elder passes on (9/11)
John Potter: I'm not your Tonto (9/11)
Gorton targeted by candidates (9/11)
Leaders weigh in on apology (9/11)
Counties to foot land claim expenses (9/11)
Wen Ho Lee goes free today (9/11)
Legislator wants tribes to pay for jails (9/11)