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Shoshone-Bannock Tribes start work on new charter school Shoshone-Bannock Tribes start work on new charter school
The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes will emphasize culture and language at their new charter school in Idaho. The Chief Tahgee Elementary Academy will open in the fall. It's named in honor of...
Northern Arapaho brothers charged for reservation murder Northern Arapaho brothers charged for reservation murder
Two brothers from the Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming have been charged with first-degree murder. Vernon Lee Brown, 54, and Alan Brown, 61, allegedly killed Tad Paul Barnson, 61, in...
Blackfeet Nation considers charges against council member Blackfeet Nation considers charges against council member
Montana Sen. Shannon Augare (D). Photo Montana Legislature The Blackfeet Nation is weighing charges against one of its council members who also serves in the Montana Legislature. State Sen....
Seneca Nation wins $7.4M in contract support costs dispute Seneca Nation wins $7.4M in contract support costs dispute
The Indian Health Service owes the $7.4 million to the Seneca Nation of New York, a federal judge ruled last week. The IHS agreed to pay the tribe the costs...
Radiolab: ICWA at center of high-stakes Supreme Court case Radiolab: ICWA at center of high-stakes Supreme Court case
Radiolab reports on Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, an Indian Child Welfare Act case that was heard by the U.S. Supreme Court last month: This is the story of...
Law Article: Internet sales tax bill recognizes tribal authority Law Article: Internet sales tax bill recognizes tribal authority
Attorneys discuss new tribal provision in S.743, the Marketplace Fairness Act: The Internet sales tax bill that was recently passed by the Senate includes a provision that would allow tribal...
Education Secretary   gives graduation speech at  tribal college Education Secretary gives graduation speech at tribal college
Education Secretary Arne Duncan will deliver the commencement address at the College of the Menominee Nation in Wisconsin on Saturday. The tribal college has 96 students in its graduating class....
Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation awards more than $3M in grants Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation awards more than $3M in grants
The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation of California held its annual Partners in Philanthropy Luncheon on Thursday. The tribe awarded more than $3 million in grants to 96 local non-profits and...
Navajo Nation looking to resolve case over 'Navajo' products Navajo Nation looking to resolve case over 'Navajo' products
The Navajo Nation is in talks to settle a lawsuit over the unauthorized sale of "Navajo" products. The tribe sued the company for a line or products that were labeled...
The Hill: Obama asked for opinion  on use of Redskins mascot The Hill: Obama asked for opinion on use of Redskins mascot
What does President Barack Obama think about the name of the Washington Redskins? White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Thursday he wasn't sure whether President Obama has an opinion on...
MPR: Shakopee Tribe in talks to finance   Mall of America hotel MPR: Shakopee Tribe in talks to finance Mall of America hotel
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community is in talks to finance a hotel at the Mall of America in Minnesota: The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community may play a key role in...
Mapuche people in Chile seek control over their  homelands Mapuche people in Chile seek control over their homelands
Members of the Mapuche Tribe in Chile are seeking self-determination over land that was reserved to them by treaties. The tribe controlled the southern half of Chile following independence from...
Blog: Del. Holmes Norton questions owner of  Redskins  team Blog: Del. Holmes Norton questions owner of Redskins team
Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-Washington DC) on the owner of the Washington Redskins team: True fact: If a...
Native Sun News: Chuck Trimble to South Dakota Hall of Fame Native Sun News: Chuck Trimble to South Dakota Hall of Fame
The South Dakota Hall of Fame will induct Charles “Wobbie” Trimble, Oglala Lakota, a graduate of Holy Rosary Mission boarding school in Pine Ridge, where he was born and raised.
Native Sun News: Crazy Horse Memorial Ride for the veterans Native Sun News: Crazy Horse Memorial Ride for the veterans
As summer begins on the Pine Ridge Reservation it always brings with it the Crazy Horse Memorial Ride. Starting from humble beginnings the ride has transformed into a large, statewide event.
Opinion: Working to  keep tribal communities safe in Montana Opinion: Working to keep tribal communities safe in Montana
The following is the opinion of Michael W. Cotter, the U.S. Attorney for Montana; Calvin Wilson, the chief prosecutor for Northern Cheyenne Tribal Court; and Glen Littlebird, Sr., a prosecutor...

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