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Siksika  First Nation suffers widespread  damage due to floods Siksika First Nation suffers widespread damage due to floods
Flooding on the Siksika Nation in Alberta. Photo @tendayjourney on Twitter The Siksika Nation in Alberta has suffered severe damage due to flooding. More than 1,000 people have been...
Website witnesses egging of Native people in park in Ontario Website witnesses egging of Native people in park in Ontario
NetNewsLedger witnessed a "disgusting practice" in Thunder Bay, Ontario -- the egging of Native people.
Supreme Court set to rule in Indian Child Welfare Act case Supreme Court set to rule in Indian Child Welfare Act case
The U.S. Supreme Court met again this morning but did not release its highly-anticipated decision in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, an Indian Child Welfare Act case.
National Congress of American Indians meeting in Nevada National Congress of American Indians meeting in Nevada
The National Congress of American Indians is holding its mid-year conference in Reno, Nevada, this week.
Mark Trahant: United States on voluntary walk into deflation Mark Trahant: United States on voluntary walk into deflation
You would think that the broader economy would be part of any discussion about austerity. If the economy is getting stronger, well, then government budget cuts are more easily absorbed.
Blackfeet Nation council member charged with drunk driving Blackfeet Nation council member charged with drunk driving
Federal authorities charged Montana Sen. Shannon Augare (D), who also serves as a council member for the Blackfeet Nation, with drunken driving.
Fort Mojave Tribe  set to upgrade  newly acquired golf course Fort Mojave Tribe set to upgrade newly acquired golf course
The Fort Mojave Tribe plans to upgrade a newly acquired golf course in Arizona.
Opinion:  Grand Canyon marred by Hualapai  Tribe's Skywalk Opinion: Grand Canyon marred by Hualapai Tribe's Skywalk
Writer on the ongoing drama involving the Hualapai Tribe and the Grand Canyon Skywalk.
Steve Russell: A cultural test for citizenship in tribal nations Steve Russell: A cultural test for citizenship in tribal nations
Steve Russell discusses tribal citizenship, race and sovereignty: Bethany Berger is a first rate legal scholar who has done a great deal of useful work for Indians in academia. Before...
Cherokee Nation not consulted on revival of 'Jeep  Cherokee' Cherokee Nation not consulted on revival of 'Jeep Cherokee'
The Cherokee Nation says it wasn't consulted about the revival of the Jeep Cherokee brand.
NPR: Supreme Court   to rule in Indian Child Welfare Act case NPR: Supreme Court to rule in Indian Child Welfare Act case
Suzette Brewer of Indian Country Today discusses Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, an Indian Child Welfare Act case.
Lyle Jacobs: Oglala Sioux Tribe can benefit from alcohol sales Lyle Jacobs: Oglala Sioux Tribe can benefit from alcohol sales
The following opinion by Lyle Jacobs appears in the latest issue of the Native Sun News. All content © Native Sun News. Give change a chance By Lyle Jacobs Alcohol...
Opinion: Native media ignored at  'Lone Ranger' press junket Opinion: Native media ignored at 'Lone Ranger' press junket
Sarah Gustavus, the executive producer for Native America Calling on the lack of Native media at a press junket for The Lone Ranger.
Brandon Ecoffey: Whether you vote yes or no on alcohol, vote Brandon Ecoffey: Whether you vote yes or no on alcohol, vote
When the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council voted 9-7 to allow the people to decide whether or not alcohol should be legalized on the reservation, the Oglala Nation entered into the greatest experiment in the history of the tribal constitutional democratic process.
Column: Prescription drug abuse skyrockets among Indians Column: Prescription drug abuse skyrockets among Indians
Research shows a big prescription drug abuse problem among American Indians in Minnesota.
Editorial:  Don't penalize urban Indians  under new health law Editorial: Don't penalize urban Indians under new health law
Washington newspaper calls on Congress to address urban Indians who might be excluded from the Affordable Care Act.
Editorial: Oglala Sioux Tribe should legalize sales of alcohol Editorial: Oglala Sioux Tribe should legalize sales of alcohol
Nebraska newspaper supports legal alcohol sales by the Oglala Sioux Tribe.

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