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South Carolina's top court approves adoption of Cherokee     girl South Carolina's top court approves adoption of Cherokee girl
The South Carolina Supreme Court issued an order today approving the adoption of a Cherokee Nation girl by a non-Indian couple.
Fort Mojave Tribe in discussions to purchase city golf course Fort Mojave Tribe in discussions to purchase city golf course
The Fort Mojave Tribe might be acquiring yet another golf course. The tribe operates the Mojave Resort Golf Club near its casino and recently opened the Huukan Golf Club. A...
Nonprofit sues Cobell lawsuit team for share of attorney fees Nonprofit sues Cobell lawsuit team for share of attorney fees
The nonprofit Lannan Foundation has filed suit against the attorneys who handled the Cobell trust fund lawsuit.
Steve Russell: Supreme Court pulls teeth out of voting rights Steve Russell: Supreme Court pulls teeth out of voting rights
Steve Russell discusses the Supreme Court decision in Shelby County v. Holder and its impact on Indian voting rights.
Study: Native people used for hunger experiments  in Canada Study: Native people used for hunger experiments in Canada
Native people in Canada were used for hunger experiments during the 1940s and 1950s, according to a new study.
Highway signs recognizing Yankton Sioux Tribe  raise concerns Highway signs recognizing Yankton Sioux Tribe raise concerns
The Yankton Sioux Tribe will meet with officials in Charles Mix County on Thursday to discuss highway signs that recognize its presence in the state.
Editorial: Oglala Sioux Tribe must take responsibility for liquor Editorial: Oglala Sioux Tribe must take responsibility for liquor
Newspaper calls on the Oglala Sioux Tribe to take responsibility for alcohol problems.
Leslie Wheelock: USDA    StrikeForce in action for Nevada tribes Leslie Wheelock: USDA StrikeForce in action for Nevada tribes
Leslie Wheelock, a member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin who serves as director of the Office of Tribal Relations at the Department of Agriculture, discusses visit to Nevada.
Native Sun News: Offer is  on the table for Wounded Knee site Native Sun News: Offer is on the table for Wounded Knee site
On Sunday Jim Czywczynski, owner of the national historic site of Wounded Knee, met face to face with descendants of the Wounded Knee massacre and Oglala Sioux Tribal President Bryan Brewer.
Audio from House committee's hearing with Secretary Jewell Audio from House committee's hearing with Secretary Jewell
The House Natural Resources Committee held a hearing this morning with Interior Secretary Sally Jewell.
A Tribe Called Red  lands on shortlist for best album in Canada A Tribe Called Red lands on shortlist for best album in Canada
A Tribe Called Red is one of 10 finalists for the Polaris Music Prize, an award that recognizes the best album in Canada.
Wyandotte Nation to expand economy with Sonic in Missouri Wyandotte Nation to expand economy with Sonic in Missouri
The Wyandotte Nation will be opening a Sonic Drive-In in Seneca, Missouri.
Blackfeet Nation man arrested for posting on Facebook group Blackfeet Nation man arrested for posting on Facebook group
A member of the Blackfeet Nation was arrested by his tribe for a posting he made on Facebook.
Shannon Augare pleads not guilty to drunken driving charges Shannon Augare pleads not guilty to drunken driving charges
Montana Sen. Shannon Augare (D) pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to federal charges of drunken driving, obstructing a peace officer and reckless driving.
Roger Yankton wins reinstatement as     Spirit Lake Nation chair Roger Yankton wins reinstatement as Spirit Lake Nation chair
Roger Yankton has been reinstated as chairman of the Spirit Lake Nation in North Dakota.
Cherokee Nation Council backs Keith Harper for  ambassador Cherokee Nation Council backs Keith Harper for ambassador
The Cherokee Nation Council passed a resolution in support of Keith Harper for an ambassador-rank post.
Mary Pember: Racism surfaces in war against   Wisconsin mine Mary Pember: Racism surfaces in war against Wisconsin mine
Mary Annette Pember reports on racism and threats against Native people as debate over mining in Wisconsin continues.
NYT:  Photos of Tlingit country in Alaska  at turn of the century NYT: Photos of Tlingit country in Alaska at turn of the century
The Lens blog of The New York Times explores a new book, A Russian American Photographer in Tlingit Country.

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