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Opinion: Hate spews online in media coverage of First Nations Opinion: Hate spews online in media coverage of First Nations
Charlie Angus, a member of parliament in Canada, discusses Internet racism against Native people.
President of Haskell University   leaves after  two years on job President of Haskell University leaves after two years on job
Haskell Indian Nations University, a tribal college in Kansas, is once again in need of a leader.
Gordon Belcourt, director of MT-WY tribal council, passes on Gordon Belcourt, director of MT-WY tribal council, passes on
Gordon Belcourt, the longtime executive director of the Montana-Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council, died on Monday after an extended illness.
Elsie Meeks: Group promotes  homeownership  on reservation Elsie Meeks: Group promotes homeownership on reservation
Elsie Meeks, the State Director of the Department of Agriculture's Rural Development in South Dakota, discusses homeownership in Indian Country.
Indian voting rights lawsuit    carries impact in Senate election Indian voting rights lawsuit carries impact in Senate election
An Indian voting rights case in Montana could affect the balance of power in the U.S. Senate.
Oklahoma eyes rehearing in  defendant's Indian Country case Oklahoma eyes rehearing in defendant's Indian Country case
The state of Oklahoma is asking the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear a criminal defendant's Indian Country case.
Siksika First Nation struggling to recover from major flooding Siksika First Nation struggling to recover from major flooding
The Siksika First Nation in Alberta is struggling to recover from floods that hit the reserve last month.
Q&A with  James Childers, Cherokee architect of IHS  facilities Q&A with James Childers, Cherokee architect of IHS facilities
Healthcare Design interviews James Childers, a member of the Cherokee Nation, about his work on tribal health facilities.
Former Mashantucket chairman due for trial on theft charges Former Mashantucket chairman due for trial on theft charges
Michael Thomas, the former chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut, goes to trial next week on theft charges.
Wyandotte Nation breaks ground on $1.2M  community center Wyandotte Nation breaks ground on $1.2M community center
The Wyandotte Nation is building a $1.2 million community center in Oklahoma.
Cheyenne River man's payday loan firm named in class action Cheyenne River man's payday loan firm named in class action
A payday loan firm owned by a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe has been named in a class action lawsuit filed in South Dakota federal court.
Nez Perce man lands big   trout that outweighs   record  in state Nez Perce man lands big trout that outweighs record in state
Tui Moliga, a member of the Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho, caught a rainbow trout that appears to break the record books.
Yurok Tribe debuts new transportation service for community Yurok Tribe debuts new transportation service for community
The Yurok Tribe of California has launched a new transportation service for the local community.
Indian and Alaska Native Affairs Subcommittee sets hearing Indian and Alaska Native Affairs Subcommittee sets hearing
The House Subcommittee on Indian and Alaska Native Affairs will hold a hearing next week on six bills.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell  to appear before House panel Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to appear before House panel
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell will make her first appearance before the House Natural Resources Committee.
Senate Committee on   Indian Affairs postpones hearing on bills Senate Committee on Indian Affairs postpones hearing on bills
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee has postponed a legislative hearing that was scheduled for tomorrow.
Opinion: Franciscan friars say goodbye to Mescalero Apaches Opinion: Franciscan friars say goodbye to Mescalero Apaches
Henrietta Stockel on the last of the Franciscan friars on the Mescalero Apache Nation in New Mexico.
Court in Chile sides with Diaguita  Tribe in lawsuit against  mine Court in Chile sides with Diaguita Tribe in lawsuit against mine
An appeals court in Chile sided with the Diaguita Tribe in a dispute over a gold mine in the mountains.
Sacred item that was sold in auction is  returned to Hopi Tribe Sacred item that was sold in auction is returned to Hopi Tribe
A sacred item that was sold during a controversial auction in France has been returned to the Hopi Tribe of Arizona.
Young people in Aboriginal village develop their own language Young people in Aboriginal village develop their own language
Young people in an Aboriginal village in Australia have developed their own language, The New York Times reports.

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