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Navajo Nation business confirms FBI agents conducted search Navajo Nation business confirms FBI agents conducted search
FBI agents conducted a search of Navajo Agricultural Products Industry, a business owned by the Navajo Nation, The Farmington Daily Times reported. The search took place on Tuesday at NAPI...
Al Jazeera: Obama urged to grant clemency  for Leonard Peltier Al Jazeera: Obama urged to grant clemency for Leonard Peltier
Jason Coppola calls Leonard Peltier case "a stain on the judicial system of the United States:" "I think I can explain beyond serious doubt, that Leonard Peltier has committed no...
South Dakota governor cites improved relationships with tribes South Dakota governor cites improved relationships with tribes
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard (R) says he has worked to improve relationships with the state's tribes. Daugaard told The Mitchell Daily Republic that he has met with each of...
Pechanga Band set to host 18th annual powwow at end of June Pechanga Band set to host 18th annual powwow at end of June
The Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians in California hold its 18th annual powwow from June 28-30. The powwow typically attracts up to 60,000 people to the reservation. Drum groups dancers...
Eastern Cherokees take   advantage of Tribal Law and Order Act Eastern Cherokees take advantage of Tribal Law and Order Act
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina is taking advantage of the Tribal Law and Order Act. The law authorizes tribes to issue sentences longer than one year....
9th Circuit to resolve tribal membership issues in crime cases 9th Circuit to resolve tribal membership issues in crime cases
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has agreed to reconsider two decisions involving the "Indian" status of criminal defendants. In US v. Zepeda, the court held that a "certificate of...
Patricia Michaels clears last hurdle  for      Project Runway's finale Patricia Michaels clears last hurdle for Project Runway's finale
Week 13 look from Patricia Michaels. Photo from Project Runway website. Fashion designer Patricia Michaels of Taos Pueblo cleared one last hurdle on the finale of Project Runway on...
Jamie Fuller: Tribes put a  priority on economic diversification Jamie Fuller: Tribes put a priority on economic diversification
Jamie Fuller on the need for tribes to diversify their economies: As sovereign governments, Tribes must work to ensure a steady stream of revenues to fund services and provide for...
Steve Russell: Reading the tea leaves in Cherokee ICWA case Steve Russell: Reading the tea leaves in Cherokee ICWA case
Steve Russell, Cherokee, on Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, an Indian Child Welfare Act case was heard by the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday: Baby Veronica comes to the Court...
Wes Studi, Cherokee, to join Hall of Great Western Performers Wes Studi, Cherokee, to join Hall of Great Western Performers
Actor Wes Studi, a member of the Cherokee Nation, will be inducted into the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s Hall of Great Western Performers on Saturday. Studi is known...
Native Sun News: Hopi Tribe fights to  stop  sale of sacred items Native Sun News: Hopi Tribe fights to stop sale of sacred items
The auction of 70 masks that are considered highly sacred to the Hopi people was allowed to take place in Paris after a French judge refused to step in on behalf of the tribe.
In the Loop: Interview with DOI Deputy Secretary David Hayes In the Loop: Interview with DOI Deputy Secretary David Hayes
Al Kamen of In The Loop interviews David Hayes, the deputy secretary at the Interior Department: How are you celebrating Earth Day? Adding compost to my wife’s garden, per her...

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