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Mark Azure: Let    Montana tribes manage their own bison herds Mark Azure: Let Montana tribes manage their own bison herds
"Once again, the Montana Legislature is considering bills that would block tribes from restoring wild bison to our own tribal lands. By generally banning wild bison from Montana, House Bill...
Controversial Native politician arrested in domestic incident Controversial Native politician arrested in domestic incident
Patrick Brazeau, a Native politician from Quebec, appeared in court today on assault and sexual assault charges. Brazeau spent Thursday night in jail after he was arrested at his...
South Dakota Indian Child Welfare Act conference scheduled   South Dakota Indian Child Welfare Act conference scheduled
The South Dakota Indian Child Welfare Act Coalition and the Bureau of Indian Affairs will host a summit next month. Tribal leaders have been asking the BIA to hold the...
Editorial: Dam in Brazil threatens tribe's way of life in Amazon Editorial: Dam in Brazil threatens tribe's way of life in Amazon
"The Kayapó tribe is an indigenous community currently residing in Brazil’s tropical rainforest around the tributaries of the Xingu River. Recently Dilma Vana Rousseff, Brazil's president, authorized the construction of...
USET: Tribal leaders address issues at Impact Week meeting USET: Tribal leaders address issues at Impact Week meeting
"USET Board Members received many honored speakers and guest durings its 2013 Impact Week Meeting in Washington, DC. The list included White House Deputy Associate Counsel Charles Galbraith, Tribal leaders,...
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe delays election as blizzard nears Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe delays election as blizzard nears
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts has postponed its electio due to a blizzard that could dump record amounts of snow in New England. The election was going to be...
Cherokee Nation  spent more than $20.5M on land acquisition Cherokee Nation spent more than $20.5M on land acquisition
The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma has spent $20.5 million on land acquisitions since October 2010, The Cherokee Phoenix reported. The tribe and its business arm, Cherokee Nation Businesses, have acquired...
Editorial: Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation  in modern day land grab Editorial: Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation in modern day land grab
"A plan by the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation to add 850 acres to its rancheria is not only outrageous but foolishness incarnate. We urge the Yolo County Supervisors to oppose...
Death of 13-year-old Alaska Native girl treated  as a homicide Death of 13-year-old Alaska Native girl treated as a homicide
Authorities are treating the death of a 13-year-old Alaska Native girl as a homicide. The body of Mackenzie H. Howard was found inside a church in Kake, a largely Tlingit...
Patricia Michaels gets more praise for look on Project Runway Patricia Michaels gets more praise for look on Project Runway
Fashion designer Patricia Michaels of Taos Pueblo was on the top again as Project Runway entered its third week on Thursday night. Michaels was one of the three highest...
NMAI draws capacity crowd to symposium   on Indian mascots NMAI draws capacity crowd to symposium on Indian mascots
The National Museum of the American Indian drew a large crowd to Washington, D.C., on Thursday for a symposium on Indian mascots. The local Washington Redskins was a frequent topic...
Senate rejects alternative to VAWA without tribal jurisdiction Senate rejects alternative to VAWA without tribal jurisdiction
[YouTube: Cantwell Urges Swift Passage of Violence Against Women Act with Strong Tribal Provisions] The Senate voted down an alternative to S.47, a bill to reauthorize the Violence Against...
Native Sun News: Rapid City mayor supports  Indian residents Native Sun News: Rapid City mayor supports Indian residents
The following story was written and reported by Evelyn Red Lodge, Native Sun News Correspondent. All content © Native Sun News. Rapid City Mayor speaks out By Brandon Ecoffey Native...
Steve Russell: Inside the fortresses of American courthouses Steve Russell: Inside the fortresses of American courthouses
"The Sue & Chew is the new wave of courthouse snack bars. The food is bad enough to fend off the temptation to hang around longer than you must, but...
Mark Trahant: Back and forth on   deal to avoid sequestration Mark Trahant: Back and forth on deal to avoid sequestration
"I have been traveling for a project all week, so I have missed the back and forth of every proposal and counter proposal to avert the sequester. That’s probably a...
Column: Team will never see glory with racist 'Redskins' slur Column: Team will never see glory with racist 'Redskins' slur
"Washington football fans will fight to keep that team name. Bless you for wanting to cling to those sweet memories. Sorry to have to tell you this, but the name...

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