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Man faces year for stealing $40 on Chitimacha Reservation Man faces year for stealing $40 on Chitimacha Reservation
A 21-year-old man faces a year in federal prison for stealing $40 from a donation jar on the Chitimacha Reservation in Louisiana.
Chelsea Hawkins: Dispelling myths about Native Americans Chelsea Hawkins: Dispelling myths about Native Americans
Chelsea Hawks seeks to dispel three common myths about Native Americans.
MSU Extension: Tribes work to restore Great Lakes sturgeon MSU Extension: Tribes work to restore Great Lakes sturgeon
Michigan State University Extension on efforts by tribes and the state to restore sturgeon runs in the Great Lakes.
USDA Blog: Big Pine Paiute Tribe restores farming traditions USDA Blog: Big Pine Paiute Tribe restores farming traditions
The Big Pine Paiute Tribe of California is working with the Department of Agriculture to restore traditional crops.
  OPB: Tattoo   tradition re-emerges among tribes in Northwest  OPB: Tattoo tradition re-emerges among tribes in Northwest
Oregon Public Broadcasting reports on the revival of facial tattoos among women of the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz.
Chairman of Lumbee Tribe denies using housing funds for site Chairman of Lumbee Tribe denies using housing funds for site
Leaders of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina are threatening to shut down government operations in a dispute with Chairman Paul Brooks.
Letter: Justice elusive 10 years after Narragansett  Tribe raid Letter: Justice elusive 10 years after Narragansett Tribe raid
Letter writer says justice remains elusive for the Narragansett Tribe of Rhode Island, 10 years after the state's raid of the reservation.
FBI probes death of two-year-old on trust land in Oklahoma FBI probes death of two-year-old on trust land in Oklahoma
The FBI is investigating the death of a two-year-old on trust land in Oklahoma.
Trial begins into night hunting by Ojibwe tribes in Wisconsin Trial begins into night hunting by Ojibwe tribes in Wisconsin
A federal judge in Wisconsin is holding a trial into night hunting by Ojibwe tribes in Wisconsin.
Dusten Brown:   I won't stop fighting for my daughter Veronica Dusten Brown: I won't stop fighting for my daughter Veronica
Dusten Brown, a member of the Cherokee Nation, shares his story in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, a highly-charged Indian Child Welfare Act that went to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Lac Courte Oreilles Band  threatened with charges over camp Lac Courte Oreilles Band threatened with charges over camp
Members and supporters of the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Ojibwe Indians face criminal and civil charges for participating in an anti-mining camp in Iron County, Wisconsin.
Leader of  Oneida Nation of Wisconsin faces removal petition Leader of Oneida Nation of Wisconsin faces removal petition
Members of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin are circulating a petition to remove Chairman Ed Delgado from office.
Delaware Tribe acquires  property in bid to 'Return to Kansas' Delaware Tribe acquires property in bid to 'Return to Kansas'
The Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma has acquired land in Kansas in an effort to re-establish a land base there.
Steve Russell: Justice Thomas secures rights  only for whites Steve Russell: Justice Thomas secures rights only for whites
Steve Russell examines the career and legal rulings of Justice Clarence Thomas of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Simon Moya-Smith:  A death song for a flight out of New York Simon Moya-Smith: A death song for a flight out of New York
Simon Moya-Smith recounts a particularly harrowing flight out of New York City.
ICWA  dispute over Baby Veronica  simmers in multiple courts ICWA dispute over Baby Veronica simmers in multiple courts
The U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, Indian Child Welfare Act case, on June 25, setting in motion new rounds of legal maneuvers in multiple courts.
Hoopa Valley Tribe    to host experimental   hunt  for owl species Hoopa Valley Tribe to host experimental hunt for owl species
The Hoopa Valley Tribe of California will host experimental hunts for the barred owl under a plan advanced by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Tuesday.
Native Sun News:  Rez Rumblerz from Pine Ridge make return Native Sun News: Rez Rumblerz from Pine Ridge make return
After several years without competing in the Rapid City Mixed Martial Arts scene the Rez Rumblerz, from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, are set to reclaim the city.
Editorial: Republicans abandon Indian Country with budget Editorial: Republicans abandon Indian Country with budget
The New York Times on the devastating impacts of sequestration in Indian Country.

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