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Vernon Masayesva: Hopi Tribe maitains  role in power plant Vernon Masayesva: Hopi Tribe maitains role in power plant
Vernon Masayesva, the founder of the Black Mesa Trust, on the role of the Hopi Tribe in a coal-fired power plant in Arizona
Editorial: Negotiate land-into-trust deal with Chumash Tribe Editorial: Negotiate land-into-trust deal with Chumash Tribe
Newspaper urges county to negotiate land-into-trust agreement with the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians:
Fort McDermitt Paiute-Shoshone Tribe sells off wild horses Fort McDermitt Paiute-Shoshone Tribe sells off wild horses
The Fort McDermitt Paiute-Shoshone Tribe of Nevada made a deal to sell 148 horses.
Alaska disputes tribal court jurisdiction     in child welfare case Alaska disputes tribal court jurisdiction in child welfare case
After prosecuting a serial domestic abuser for severely beating his girlfriend, the state of Alaska is helping a Native man challenge the jurisdiction of a tribal court in a child welfare case.
Fewer Mohawks remain in ironworking industry in New York Fewer Mohawks remain in ironworking industry in New York
Fewer than 100 Mohawks from Canada remain in the ironworking industry in New York City.
Nooksack  Tribe set to begin mass disenrollments this week Nooksack Tribe set to begin mass disenrollments this week
The Nooksack Tribe of Washington will start disenrollment proceedings against 300 people this week, an attorney said.
Geography: Mapping the long  Cherokee Nation  Trail of Tears Geography: Mapping the long Cherokee Nation Trail of Tears
Professor Kelly Gregg writes of his work to map the different routes of the Trail of Tears, the forced removal of the Cherokee Nation.
MinnPost: Jim Northrup is once again walking the 'Rez Road' MinnPost: Jim Northrup is once again walking the 'Rez Road'
MinnPost talks to Ojibwe author Jim Northrup about his new book, Walking the Rez Road.
Editorial: Leaders of Lumbee Tribe need to end shenanigans Editorial: Leaders of Lumbee Tribe need to end shenanigans
Newspaper says leaders of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina are hurting their cause for federal recognition.
Opinion: Marlon Brando supported a fix for 'Indian problem' Opinion: Marlon Brando supported a fix for 'Indian problem'
Washington Post editor reflects on the paper's coverage of the historic March on Washington in August 1963, which drew actor Marlon Brando, a supporter of the American Indian Movement:
Connecticut stirs opposition to federal recognition reforms Connecticut stirs opposition to federal recognition reforms
Politicians from Connecticut are trying to stop the Bureau of Indian Affairs from making changes to the federal recognition process.
Documents from Canada show   dependence on Keystone XL Documents from Canada show dependence on Keystone XL
The Canadian government appears to be placing more emphasis on the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline than previously believed.
Justice  Ruth Bader Ginsburg vows to stay on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg vows to stay on Supreme Court
Citing the 'activist' nature of recent rulings, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told The New York Times that she plans to stay on the U.S. Supreme Court as long as possible.
Jane Daugherty: Lawmakers defend online lending industry Jane Daugherty: Lawmakers defend online lending industry
A harshly worded letter criticizing a federal crackdown on online lenders who serve “tens of millions of low-income Americans” likely will land on the desks of Attorney General Eric Holder and Martin Gruenberg, chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, on Monday.
Steven Newcomb:   Dutch   ordered Lenape massacre   in 1643 Steven Newcomb: Dutch ordered Lenape massacre in 1643
Steven Newcomb recounts a massacre of Lenape (Delaware ancestors) in New York in 1643.
Julianne Jennings: Memorial   honors Indian prisoners of war Julianne Jennings: Memorial honors Indian prisoners of war
Julianne Jennings reflects on the forced removal and imprisonment of tribal members in Massachusetts nearly 400 years ago.
Native Sun News:  Vandals hit new UTTC center in Rapid City Native Sun News: Vandals hit new UTTC center in Rapid City
Less than 72 hours after the grand opening vandalism hit the new home of the United Tribes Technical College’s Black Hills Learning Center.

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