Navajo Times, News Report, Posted: Oct 28, 2013
Minutes after Speaker Johnny Naize certified five pieces of legislation that the Navajo Nation Council passed this week, President Ben Shelly signed three of them into law Thursday in his office headquarters.
Indian Country Today Media Network, News Report, Posted: Oct 17, 2013
Chaos has erupted as members from Elsipogtog First Nation are among at least 40 people arrested in a protest against gas exploration in New Brunswick.
Navajo Times, News Report, Posted: Oct 15, 2013
Leaders in Utah say they found a way to get around the government shutdown.
Indian Country, News Report, Posted: Oct 14, 2013
The animals held out as long as they could against the punishing 70-mile-per-hour winds and the blinding snow. Unable to get to safety, thousands of cattle, horses and other animals simply died where they fell—or stood—in the storm that lashed western South Dakota for 24 hours earlier this month, with whipping winds lasting well into the following day.
TC Daily Planet, News Report, Posted: Oct 09, 2013
The use of cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, pipes and snuff, according to what’s described as the most comprehensive state-wide data in the country of the behaviors, attitudes and beliefs related to tobacco use among American Indians.
Indian Country, News Analysis, Posted: Oct 05, 2013
What does it say about safety in Indian country when a television plot featuring meth distribution incorporates tribal land?
Navajo Times, News Report, Posted: Sep 30, 2013
Five former employees of Sage Memorial Hospital in Ganado, Ariz. are accusing the hospital's chief executive officer, Ahmad R. Razaghi, of skimming millions from the .638 hospital since he took over its operations seven years ago.
Indian Country, News Report, Posted: Sep 25, 2013
For Dusten Brown the suit has potentially devastating consequences. Costs outlined in the contempt action include fines of up to $32,000 a day, in addition to be forced to pay for the Capobiancos' living expenses while in Oklahoma.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Sep 19, 2013
Republican "True Believers" want to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, which would wipe out most of the Indian Health Service budget.
Indian Country, News Report, Posted: Sep 11, 2013
In June 2012 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Salazar v. Ramah Navajo Chapter that the federal government must pay for the full contract support costs (CSC) incurred by tribes while providing healthcare and other governmental services for their tribal citizens through Indian Self-Determination Act contract agreements.
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