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Five people killed in accident on Blackfeet Nation highway Five people killed in accident on Blackfeet Nation highway
Five people were killed after a single-car accident on the Blackfeet Nation in Montana.
Autry National Center  debuts exhibit at  permanent gallery Autry National Center debuts exhibit at permanent gallery
The Autry National Center in Los Angeles, California, has opened a permanent gallery.
Three-year-old girl dies  in drowning   on reserve in Manitoba Three-year-old girl dies in drowning on reserve in Manitoba
A three-year-old girl died in a drowning incident on the Cross Lake First Nation in Manitoba while a second three-year-old girl was rescued. Thomas Muswagon saw two girls floating in...
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux president arrested in Whiteclay Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux president arrested in Whiteclay
Bryan Brewer, the president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, has been arrested in Nebraska.
NPR: Klamath Tribes assert rights in long-running water war NPR: Klamath Tribes assert rights in long-running water war
NPR reports on water war involving the Klamath Tribes of Oregon.
Column: Menominee Nation   brings fish to  ancestral grounds Column: Menominee Nation brings fish to ancestral grounds
Columnist reports on successful fish restoration efforts of the Menominee Nation.
Opinion: No special treatment for   students with honor song Opinion: No special treatment for students with honor song
A former principal says Indian students shouldn't get 'special treatment' with an honor song.
Editorial: Tribes should share driving records with Montana Editorial: Tribes should share driving records with Montana
Newspaper calls on tribes to share driving records with the state of Montana.
Little Shell Chippewa Tribe loses ruling in recognition appeal Little Shell Chippewa Tribe loses ruling in recognition appeal
The Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians lost a decision in its quest to gain federal recognition.
Suzan Harjo: Faulty evidence cited in defense of 'Redskins' Suzan Harjo: Faulty evidence cited in defense of 'Redskins'
Suzan Shown Harjo on the faulty evidence cited in defense of the Washington Redskins.
Steve Russell: Government spying in the age of the Internet Steve Russell: Government spying in the age of the Internet
Steve Russell on intelligence-gathering by the government.
No word from Supreme Court in Indian Child Welfare Act case No word from Supreme Court in Indian Child Welfare Act case
Anticipation remains high for a decision in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl Indian Child Welfare Act case.
Supreme Court sides with tribes in Arizona voting rights case Supreme Court sides with tribes in Arizona voting rights case
The U.S. Supreme Court sided with tribal interests in Arizona v. Inter Tribal Council of Arizona.
Roy  Rochon  Wilson: Series on historic    Cowlitz Tribe leaders Roy Rochon Wilson: Series on historic Cowlitz Tribe leaders
Roy I. Rochon Wilson, a member of the Cowlitz Tribe, continues series on historic tribal leaders.
KCAW: Agreement  aims to protect sacred Alaska Native site KCAW: Agreement aims to protect sacred Alaska Native site
The Sitka Tribe and Sealaska regional corporation sign agreement to protect sacred site.
Column: Stop using  racial slur  for Washington football team Column: Stop using racial slur for Washington football team
Columnist calls Washington Redskins a racial slur and a curse word.
Valarie Tom:  Remembering a special day with a future father Valarie Tom: Remembering a special day with a future father
Valarie Tom remembers a special day with her son
Native Sun News:  Moccasins on the Ground battles Keystone Native Sun News: Moccasins on the Ground battles Keystone
The grassroots Native American non-profit Owe Aku announced its upcoming Moccasins on the Ground training.
NCAI hails nomination of Keith Harper to UN ambassador job NCAI hails nomination of Keith Harper to UN ambassador job
The National Congress of Americans welcomed the nomination of Keith Harper to an ambassador-rank post.
Peter d'Errico: Origins of intelligence and counterterrorism Peter d'Errico: Origins of intelligence and counterterrorism
Peter d'Errico on the origins of government spying: The U.S. acknowledgment of massive Internet and telephone spying operations is a surprise only to those who do not remember history. The...
Isaac Curley: Sharing  memories of my father in Navajoland Isaac Curley: Sharing memories of my father in Navajoland
Isaac Curley Jr. pays tribute to his father, Isaac Sr.

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