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Terry Rambler: Tribe unfairly blamed for homeless population Terry Rambler: Tribe unfairly blamed for homeless population
Terry Rambler, the chairman of the San Carlos Apache Tribe of Arizona, responds to allegations about homeless population.
Mescalero Apache  Nation names Sandra Platero as president Mescalero Apache Nation names Sandra Platero as president
The Mescalero Apache Nation of New Mexico has named Sandra Platero as president.
Opinion: Agua Caliente Band sparks costly   water  rights   fight Opinion: Agua Caliente Band sparks costly water rights fight
Richard Atwater, the executive director of the Southern California Water Committee, criticizes Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians for filing water rights lawsuit.
Death of six-year-old boy on reserve treated as a homicide Death of six-year-old boy on reserve treated as a homicide
A six-year-old boy who was fatally injured on the Kahkewistahaw First Nation in Saskatchewan is being laid to rest on Friday.
California Tribal Business Alliance  down to just two members California Tribal Business Alliance down to just two members
The California Tribal Business Alliance, a group that has exerted significant political power in recent years, is down to just two members.
Nooksack  Tribe barred from  mass   disenrollment proceedings Nooksack Tribe barred from mass disenrollment proceedings
The Nooksack Tribe of Washington has been barred from moving forward with disenrollment proceedings against nearly 300 people.
Vice: Native women trafficked across the US-Canada border Vice: Native women trafficked across the US-Canada border
Vice reports on the trafficking of Native women across the U.S-Canada border.
Native Sun News:  Landowners hit  for pollution at Bear Butte Native Sun News: Landowners hit for pollution at Bear Butte
Late last week Sean Clark and Devorah Lopez, owners of the Glencoe Camp Resort located just south of the sacred site Bear Butte near Sturgis were indicted by a federal grand jury.
John Kane: Still living as Indians -- Alive and well in America John Kane: Still living as Indians -- Alive and well in America
John Kane reflects on good Indians and bad Indians.
NPR: San Carlos Apache Tribe sends elite crew to battle blaze NPR: San Carlos Apache Tribe sends elite crew to battle blaze
Members of the San Carlos Apache Tribe of Arizona are fighting a fire at Yosemite National Park in California.
Western Sky Employees: Fighting for our voices to be heard Western Sky Employees: Fighting for our voices to be heard
This letter is in regards to our employment with Western Sky. We've come together, of our own free will and accord, to voice our concerns and reaffirm our rights as tribal members
New     EPA  leader visits  controversial Pebble Mine site in Alaska New EPA leader visits controversial Pebble Mine site in Alaska
Gina McCarthy, the new leader of the Environmental Protection Agency, visited the site of the controversial Pebble Mine in Alaska on Tuesday.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Tribute to the legendary  Willie Dunn Doug George-Kanentiio: Tribute to the legendary Willie Dunn
Every composer or performer makes a choice as to the style and type of music by which they will be defined. For aboriginal artists it can be a difficult one as they balance culture and commercialism.
Suzette Brewer: Indian babies  being taken to South Carolina Suzette Brewer: Indian babies being taken to South Carolina
Suzette Brewer reports on another case of an Indian child being adopted in South Carolina under questionable circumstances.
Steven Newcomb: Liberating indigenous nations and peoples Steven Newcomb: Liberating indigenous nations and peoples
Steven Newcomb on the battle to liberate indigenous people from colonialism.
Ex-staffers charged for theft from Alaska Inter-Tribal Council Ex-staffers charged for theft from Alaska Inter-Tribal Council
Two top former staffers of the Alaska Inter-Tribal Council have been indicted for theft in federal court.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to visit Alaska Native village Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to visit Alaska Native village
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell will make her first trip to Alaska this week and will meet with residents of a Native village.

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