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The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape people have been restored to their rightful place in New Jersey history.
President Fawn Sharp acknowledged that Republican Donald Trump's victory on Election Day came as a 'surprise' but vowed to move forward.
Tribes are entering a new and unknown era with a Republican in the White House and Republicans in control of Congress.
The election is still three months away but Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are already making plans for the winner's transition to the White House.
The tribe was recognized by the state in 1982 through a law that is still on the books but Gov. Chris Christie (R) and his administration are refusing to acknowledge that status.
Once more, economic issues are masked by the culture wars, as the Republicans become the party of resentful and frightened white people.
A lawsuit filed in July by members of the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation against the State of New Jersey alleges that the Christie administration is denying the tribe’s members civil rights by withdrawing recognition of the tribe.
Ten hopefuls will appear in the prime-time debate while the remaining seven have been invited to a forum.
Cumberland County is donating $40,000 to help the tribe buy 24 acres in Fairfield Township in New Jersey.
President Andrew Jackson would have loved Gov. Chris Christie, The Atlantic City Press writes in an editorial.
"I’ve watched in amazement as the right wing alternative reality echo chamber ignores questions about the frequency of deadly weather and whether it’s the result of what Winona LaDuke calls...