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May 07, 2004
Editorial: Dave Anderson should not resign (05/07)
Support grows for Western Shoshone trust fund bill (05/07)
Police stumped over theft of fossil in Native village (05/07)
Johnson seeks investigation into OST expansion (05/07)
Editorial: Respect Indian views on school mascots (05/07)
Contract cost shortfalls discouraging to tribes (05/07)
New Miss Indian World learned at lot at competition (05/07)
Dodd says Anderson recusal came out of nowhere (05/07)
Maoris stage massive march over ban on land claims (05/07)
Yakama Nation buys juice plant that was closed (05/07)
Tribal official defends closure of California charter school (05/07)
Pombo to hold hearing on BIA-OST reorganization (05/07)
Reservation teen had high blood-alcohol level (05/07)
Opinion: Tribe's culture can't be traded for cash (05/07)
Kickapoo Tribe asks BIA for help on reservoir (05/07)
Mississippi Choctaw chief to speak at Brett Favre Day (05/07)
Police tensions continue at Mohawk First Nation (05/07)
New Bush salmon policy not resonating in polls (05/07)

May 06, 2004
House committee approves Osage membership bill (05/06)
Critics take BIA to task over federal recognition (05/06)
University disputes paying for urban Indian health care (05/06)
Opinion: Media missed story at Mohawk First Nation (05/06)
Johnson bill to help tribes combat West Nile Virus (05/06)
Arizona museum undergoing major expansion (05/06)
Arizona tribe gets ready to mark Sovereignty Day (05/06)
Top official in Peru resigns over Indian protests (05/06)
Dodd calls on Anderson to resign over broad recusal (05/06)
House panel threatens subpoena over lobbying (05/06)
First Nations in Manitoba purchase rail line (05/06)
Miccosukee Tribe plans to sue EPA over Everglades (05/06)
Blackfeet Nation starts youth rehabilition camp (05/06)
Wyoming tribe objects to state jurisdiction provision (05/06)
Tribal college graduate overcomes adversity (05/06)
Homes donated by Air Force have lead, asbestos (05/06)
Employee who criticized tribe's bison program laid off (05/06)
Authorities bust drug ring on Oklahoma tribal land (05/06)

May 05, 2004
Recognition briefing paper at heart of latest feud (05/05)
Navajo Boys and Girls Clubs seek to release funds (05/05)
Walk planned in protest of Leech Lake youth series (05/05)
Crow woman challenges new tribal constitution (05/05)
Snoqualmie Tribe signs services agreement (05/05)
Anderson recused on all federal recognition matters (05/05)
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe gets loan for Internet (05/05)
Finds show early sophistication of Mayan culture (05/05)
United Tribes Technical College names Student of Year (05/05)
Looking Cloud appeals conviction of Aquash murder (05/05)
Crews battling to contain fire on Arizona reservation (05/05)
BIA fire chief sentenced for starting fires in S.D. (05/05)
Fire threatens Pechanga Reservation in California (05/05)
Rise in blood pressure among children tied to obesity (05/05)
Cinco de Mayo figure was Indian who sought rights (05/05)
Charter school shut down in tribal-related dispute (05/05)
Senate Republicans vote to protect overtime pay (05/05)
Pequot tribe collaborates with Rhode Island university (05/05)

May 04, 2004
Letter: University tried to bribe tribe on sacred site (05/04)
Tribes challenge policy affecting federal housing funds (05/04)
Montana tribes take battle over gold mines to court (05/04)
Martin attacked for federal recognition decision (05/04)
Reservation housing conditions compared to Third World (05/04)
In movie about Native boxer, 'the Indians win' (05/04)
Yellow Bird: Foreigners more interested in Indians (05/04)
Blackfeet Reservation woman reported with hantavirus (05/04)
State turns up volume against BIA on recognition (05/04)
Federal judge to issue voting rights ruling this summer (05/04)
Cabazon Band breaks ground on convention center (05/04)
California tribe files ballot initiative to stop landfill (05/04)
Ex-tribal employee pleads guilty for kickback (05/04)
Column: Diversification next step for gaming tribes (05/04)
Walk kicks off Minnesota's American Indian Month (05/04)
Tribal coalition seeks to protect important sites (05/04)
Outside influences affect Brazilian tribes (05/04)
Republican governors report biggest donor in 2002 (05/04)

May 03, 2004
Alaska tribes sign agreement for refuge services (05/03)
Revised executive order promotes Indian education (05/03)
Alcohol suspected in teen's death at Flathead (05/03)
Professor likes challenge posed by tribal research (05/03)
Strip club on reservation fights for liquor license (05/03)
California tribes worry wealth creates backlash (05/03)
South Dakota tribe developing services for elderly (05/03)
Navajos turn out for civil rights commission hearing (05/03)
Column: Designs for Indian school 'stunning' (05/03)
Campaign of convicted ex-chief stirs controversy (05/03)
Editorial: Big money influences recognition process (05/03)
Wayne Smith to testify at recognition hearing (05/03)
Alaska bill would return old village site to tribe (05/03)
U.S. Attorney: Lack of opportunity behind crisis (05/03)
Editorial: Culture holds solution for Ojibwe youth (05/03)
Opinion: Tribal families have no support system (05/03)
Letters: Responses to Lost Youth of Leech Lake (05/03)
Opinion: 'Offensive' series on reservation youth (05/03)
Yellow Bird: Tribes and media must work together (05/03)
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Supreme Court sides with tribal interests in sovereign immunity case
Supreme Court sides with tribal interests in sovereign immunity case
In a rare win for Indian Country, the nation's highest court has sided with tribal interests in a closely-watched sovereign immunity case.

Doug George-Kanentiio: Energy company still hostile to indigenous interests
Doug George-Kanentiio: Energy company still hostile to indigenous interests
The Mohawk people can abide by our ancestral morals and reject a deal with the Enbridge energy company.

Cronkite News: Republican version of Farm Bill defeated in House
Cronkite News: Republican version of Farm Bill defeated in House
Two Arizona lawmakers were among the 30 Republicans who crossed the aisle and joined all Democrats to send the $868 billion farm bill to defeat.

Mike Males: It's not schools that are dangerous for our children
Mike Males: It's not schools that are dangerous for our children
Schools are the sites of fewer than 3 percent of students’ gun homicides; the other 97 percent occur somewhere other than school.

Native Sun News Today: Tribal leaders named to national environmental panel
Native Sun News Today: Tribal leaders named to national environmental panel
Chairman Mark Fox of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation has been thrust into the spotlight with a new role.

James Giago Davies: One of these days we are going to actually read the book
James Giago Davies: One of these days we are going to actually read the book
In every Wasicu church, and on every reservation, are holy men who can’t even tell you what caused the sky to be blue or thunder to crackle.

Hopi Tribe seeks support for long-overdue land transfer
Hopi Tribe seeks support for long-overdue land transfer
The Hopi Tribe is looking to federal government to fulfill a long-overdue promise that's connected to a seemingly endless land dispute.

Lac du Flambeau Band awaits results of autopsy in search for missing man
Lac du Flambeau Band awaits results of autopsy in search for missing man
Family and friends are offering tributes to Antonio Roché, a 24-year-old Lac du Flambeau man who went missing earlier this month.

Redding Rancheria pays tribute to late former chairwoman Barbara Murphy
Redding Rancheria pays tribute to late former chairwoman Barbara Murphy
Barbara Murphy, a former chairwoman of the Redding Rancheria, passed away on May 8. She was 79.

Agua Caliente Band donates $25,000 in gear to local fire department
Agua Caliente Band donates $25,000 in gear to local fire department
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians is helping out a new crew of firefighters in southern California.

Tribes continue to weigh impact of Supreme Court ruling on sports betting
Tribes are welcoming the opportunity to engage in sports betting following a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision.

Tribes lose out in funding bill includes money for Trump reorganization
Tribes lose out in funding bill that includes money for Trump reorganization
A funding bill advancing on Capitol Hill is a win overall for Indian Country except for one big issue: a reorganization that tribes know little to nothing about.

Tribal items still going up for sale as lawmakers advance STOP Act
Tribal items still going up for sale as lawmakers advance STOP Act
A bipartisan bill aimed at stopping the trafficking of tribal items is taking a step forward on Capitol Hill amid ongoing concern over the sale of cultural property.

Native Sun News Today: Indigenous people 'criminalized, detained and sent to prisons'
Indigenous people often 'criminalized, detained and sent to prisons'
A top United Nations official is finding commonalities among indigenous struggles throughout the Americas.

YES! Magazine: Indigenous women reclaim traditions in pipeline fight
YES! Magazine: Indigenous women reclaim traditions in pipeline fight
With affordable and energy-efficient tiny houses, indigenous women are bringing back elements of Secwepemc culture.

Ivan Star Comes Out: Keeping Indian Country oppressed seems be the norm today
Ivan Star Comes Out: Keeping Indian Country oppressed seems be the norm today
We are blindly forging ahead when we should be learning our history from the inside out.

Museum in Germany returns items stolen from Native graves in Alaska
Museum in Germany returns items stolen from Native graves in Alaska
A museum in Germany is returning items that were stolen from Native graves in Alaska to their rightful place.

'Talks have broken down': Shinnecock Nation seeks role in golf tournament
'Talks have broken down': Shinnecock Nation seeks role in golf tournament
The Shinnecock Nation is working to reach an agreement with the hosts of the U.S. Open, a popular golf tournament that is taking place on stolen land.

Indian activist known for anti-mascot work pleads guilty to theft
Indian activist known for anti-mascot work pleads guilty to theft
Apache activist Robert Roche, who appeared in an iconic photo confronting a baseball fan, faces prison time for stealing federal funds.

Trump administration goes against tribal interests in treaty case
Trump administration goes against tribal interests in treaty case
After seven months, the Trump administration has finally provided its views in a closely-watched treaty rights case and it's not looking good for Indian Country.

'It was a travesty': Exhibit portrays Wounded Knee Massacre
'It was a travesty': Exhibit portrays Wounded Knee Massacre
An unprecedented audio-visual art exhibit about the Wounded Knee Massacre is traveling around South Dakota.

Mark Trahant: Paulette Jordan cruises to victory on primary night
Mark Trahant: Paulette Jordan cruises to victory on primary night
Paulette Jordan, a citizen of the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, won a convincing primary victory in her bid to be the next governor of Idaho.

Jeffrey Whalen: Oglala Sioux tribal leaders try to hold onto power
Jeffrey Whalen: Oglala Sioux tribal leaders try to hold onto power
Most, if not all, elected officials supported constitutional reform during the elections, but now only a handful are still hard at it and willing to keep their promises.

Security firm hired by Dakota Access still won't admit wrongdoing
Security firm hired by Dakota Access still won't admit wrongdoing
TigerSwan, hired by the wealthy backers of the Dakota Access Pipeline, is trying to clear its name in North Dakota.

Cherokee Nation sees success with 'trailblazing' program for hepatitis C
Cherokee Nation sees success with 'trailblazing' program for hepatitis C
The Cherokee Nation is reducing hepatitis C among its citizens, reporting a 90 percent cure rate for those testing positive.

'A blatant slap in the face': Tribes oppose land transfer bill in Nevada
'A blatant slap in the face': Tribes oppose land transfer bill in Nevada
The Yerington Paiute Tribe and the Walker River Paiute Tribe are slamming a land transfer bill that was drafted without their input.

Ramapough Lunaape Nation goes to court to protect prayer camp
Ramapough Lunaape Nation goes to court to protect prayer camp
Citing a 'historical pattern and practice of harassment,' the Ramapough Lunaape Nation is trying to protect a prayer camp on ancestral land.

Mashantucket and Mohegan interested in pursuing casinos in Japan
Two tribes are looking to the Land of the Rising Sun as they explore opportunities beyond their homelands in Connecticut.

Police officer's rifle went off inside Suquamish Tribe's casino
Authorities are looking into an incident in which a police officer's rifle was inadvertently discharged at the casino owned by the Suquamish Tribe.

Tribes continue to rely on key lawmakers for help with funding
Tribes continue to rely on key lawmakers for help with funding
With few people in their corner in the Trump administration, tribes are once again relying on Congress to fulfill the federal government's trust and treaty responsibilities.

Congress set to clear economic development bill for tribes in Oregon
Congress set to clear economic development bill for tribes in Oregon
President Donald Trump will soon be getting another Indian bill to sign thanks to bipartisan action on Capitol Hill.

Senate Committee on Indian Affairs moves quickly on pro-tribal farm bill
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs moves quickly on pro-tribal farm bill
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is working to ensure the Farm Bill doesn't leave tribal communities behind.

Bureau of Indian Education faces questions about safety and security
Bureau of Indian Education faces questions about safety and security
Are Bureau of Indian Education schools safe and secure? That's a question being posed on Capitol Hill.

Cronkite News: Native voters still face obstacles at the polls
Cronkite News: Native voters still face obstacles at the polls
Voting can still be a challenge for Native Americans, who may face language barriers, registration difficulties and a lack of access to polling places and government services.

Oneida Nation already lining up sports betting after Supreme Court ruling
Well that was fast. The Oneida Nation plans to offer sports betting in the 'near future' on its homelands in New York.

'We do not go away': Native community protests racism and aggression
'We do not go away': Native community protests racism and aggression
Native people are continuing to call for justice following a series of incidents they say demonstrate racism and aggression in Nebraska.

Another Indian law case in limbo as high court turns to Trump again
Another Indian law case in limbo as high court turns to Trump again
The nation's highest court keeps asking the Trump administration for guidance despite a lack of leadership in key Indian policy positions.

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