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Judge issues decisions in two  Quapaw breach of trust cases Judge issues decisions in two Quapaw breach of trust cases
Judge Thomas Wheeler of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims issued decisions in two breach of trust lawsuits involving the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma.
Fire blazes through 6K acres on Agua Caliente Reservation Fire blazes through 6K acres on Agua Caliente Reservation
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians says a fire has burned more than 6,000 acres of its reservation in southern California.
South Dakota governor supports tribal child welfare efforts South Dakota governor supports tribal child welfare efforts
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard (R) says he supports tribal management of child welfare and foster care programs.
Another dispute over attorney fees in Cobell trust fund suit Another dispute over attorney fees in Cobell trust fund suit
A nonprofit that supported the Cobell trust fund lawsuit is seeking $4.5 million from the $3.4 billion settlement to the case.
Ousted    Northern Cheyenne Tribe leader  awaits BIA decision Ousted Northern Cheyenne Tribe leader awaits BIA decision
John Robinson, the ousted president of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe of Montana, is waiting to see whether the Bureau of Indian Affairs signs off on his removal.
All Indian Pueblo Council dissolves nonprofit  in restructuring All Indian Pueblo Council dissolves nonprofit in restructuring
The All Indian Pueblo Council in New Mexico announced a restructuring amid rumors of its demise.
Spirit Lake Nation without a leader after tribal court decision Spirit Lake Nation without a leader after tribal court decision
The Spirit Lake Nation of North Dakota is without a leader after a tribal appeals court kept Chairman Roger Yankton out of office.
Fronteras: Sequester takes cut out of Indian Health Service Fronteras: Sequester takes cut out of Indian Health Service
Fronteras reports on the impact of sequestration on the Indian Health Service.
Interview with Sonny Skyhawk about failure of 'Lone Ranger' Interview with Sonny Skyhawk about failure of 'Lone Ranger'
Indian Country Today interviews Sonny Skyhawk about the failure of The Lone Ranger, including the casting of Johnny Depp as Tonto.
Turtle Mountain man  added to   White House fellowship  panel Turtle Mountain man added to White House fellowship panel
Rion Joaquin Ramirez, a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, has been named to the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships.
Authorities in Peru investigate eight murders linked to tribe Authorities in Peru investigate eight murders linked to tribe
Authorities in Peru are investigating the murders of eight men whose deaths have blamed on the Ashaninka Tribe.
Barry Brandon: Tribes turn to Internet payday loan industry Barry Brandon: Tribes turn to Internet payday loan industry
Barry Brandon, the executive director of the Native American Financial Services Association, explains why some tribes have entered the payday loan industry.
Native Sun News:  Rapid City rejects Native sculpture garden Native Sun News: Rapid City rejects Native sculpture garden
The Rapid City Native American community, in an effort to create a place to honor their own, faced unexpected opposition to a proposed sculpture garden.

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