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Northern Cheyenne youth retrace escape from Fort Robinson Northern Cheyenne youth retrace escape from Fort Robinson
More than 100 youth from the Northern Cheyenne Tribe of Montana are taking part in the 17th annual Fort Robinson Outbreak Spiritual Run. The youth are re-tracing the 400-mile journey...
Woman accused of smuggling man thru Mohawk Reservation Woman accused of smuggling man thru Mohawk Reservation
A Playboy magazine playmate is being accused of helping her boyfriend illegally enter the U.S. through the St. Regis Mohawk Reservation in New York. Colleen Shannon, 34, allegedly drove Robert...
NARF announces addition of three attorneys in Colorado, DC NARF announces addition of three attorneys in Colorado, DC
The Native American Rights Fund has added three attorneys to its roster. Sue Noe and Heather Whiteman Runs Him, a member of the Crow Tribe, are joining NARF's headquarters in...
Paul EchoHawk joins Indian law team at Kilpatrick Townsend Paul EchoHawk joins Indian law team at Kilpatrick Townsend
Paul EchoHawk, a member of the Pawnee Nation, has joined the Native American Affairs Team at Kilpatrick Townsend. EchoHawk has over a dozen years of Indian law experience, having represented...
DOI to participate in webinar for Cobell trust fund settlement DOI to participate in webinar for Cobell trust fund settlement
The Interior Department will participate in a webinar tomorrow to discuss the $3.4 billion Cobell trust fund settlement. The webinar will include representatives of the Office of the Special Trustee...
Navajo students stress importance of keeping culture alive Navajo students stress importance of keeping culture alive
Students at Navajo Preparatory School said they want to preserve their culture, language and traditions for future generations. Jasmine Jishie, Jefferson Joe Jr., Shane Benally and Delta Higdon are getting...
Editorial: Indigenous people united throughout the Americas Editorial: Indigenous people united throughout the Americas
"Protest is a tried and true American way of being heard, and it only makes sense that the first Americans — descendants of the indigenous peoples who lived on this...
Leader of Oglala Sioux Tribe  to return to work after accident Leader of Oglala Sioux Tribe to return to work after accident
Bryan Brewer, the new leader of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota, is expected to return to work tomorrow after suffering injuries in a one-vehicle accident. Brewer sustained...
Tribes want 9th Circuit to rehear Viejas Band immunity case Tribes want 9th Circuit to rehear Viejas Band immunity case
A sovereign immunity case that went against the fire department run by the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians is drawing significant interest in Indian Country. Last September, the 9th Circuit...
9th Circuit won't reopen  Washington tribal  tobacco tax case 9th Circuit won't reopen Washington tribal tobacco tax case
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday issued an amended opinion in Miller v. Wright, a case that challenged the taxation powers of the Puyallup Tribe of Washington. In...
Fond du Lac Band investigates why boy was left alone on bus Fond du Lac Band investigates why boy was left alone on bus
The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians in Minnesota has placed some Head Start staff on leave after a 3-year-old boy was left alone on a bus...
Suzan Shown Harjo: No honor   found in racist 'Redksins' name Suzan Shown Harjo: No honor found in racist 'Redksins' name
"All major Native American organizations have called for the Washington pro football franchise to end its team’s despicable name. Why? Because it’s a racial slur and—no matter how many millions...
Indian group threatened with eviction for Olympics in Brazil Indian group threatened with eviction for Olympics in Brazil
A group of Indian activists in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is being threatened with eviction in order to make way for the 2016 Summer Olympics. The group consists of representatives...
Native Sun News: Uranium mine in Black Hills draws attention Native Sun News: Uranium mine in Black Hills draws attention
The following story was written and reported by Talli Nauman, Native Sun News Health & Environment Editor. All content © Native Sun News. Fall River County Commissioners and others weigh...
Mark Trahant: Why the fight over   debt limit matters so much Mark Trahant: Why the fight over debt limit matters so much
"It’s easy to be gloomy about the prospects of the United States government. The country, after all, owes a boat load of money and the political debate about how to...
Tribes raising money for groups in Obama's inaugural parade Tribes raising money for groups in Obama's inaugural parade
Two groups that have been selected to participate in the inaugural parade for President Barack Obama are still trying to raise funds to get to Washington, D.C. The Eastern Shoshone...
New Scientist: There really are   50 words in Eskimo        for 'snow' New Scientist: There really are 50 words in Eskimo for 'snow'
"Anthropologist Franz Boas didn’t mean to spark a century-long argument. Traveling through the icy wastes of Baffin Island in northern Canada during the 1880s, Boas simply wanted to study the...

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