Disqualified Navajo Candidate Aims To Stay In RaceA Navajo presidential candidate disqualified from the race after a court determined he could not speak the tribe's language fluently is holding out hope officials on the nation's largest Indian reservation will provide a way for him to remain on the ballot.
Crews Fighting Navajo Blaze Search For Hot Spots Hundreds of firefighters spent Sunday scouring steep and rugged terrain just east of the Arizona-New Mexico border for any hot spots left from a wildfire that has scorched more than 22 square miles of the Navajo Nation.
Legislators Ask Navajos To Renegotiate Compact A legislative panel asked the Navajo Nation and Gov. Susana Martinez's administration on Friday to renegotiate a proposed compact to restrict the state's largest tribe to their existing casinos rather than allowing an expansion of gambling.
Builder Sentenced In Housing FraudProsecutors say Wiliam Aubrey used housing money for gambling, jewelry.
Navajos Round Up Horses On Drought-Stricken LandNavajo Nation rangers have rounded up numerous horses in northwestern New Mexico under an operation conducted as part of the tribe's response to the continuing drought.
Homebuilder Steals Federal Money For Gambling Habit A federal court jury in Las Vegas found a Nevada-based homebuilder guilty of siphoning off federal money that was supposed to be used to build Navajo Nation affordable homes.