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Charles Kader: The use of a Navajo Code Talker in 1959 film Charles Kader: The use of a Navajo Code Talker in 1959 film
Charles Kader investigates how Charles Bronson portrayed a Navajo Code Talker in a 1959 film, decades before the U.S. military declassified the Code Talker mission.
Steve Russell: I do have   a dream -- for the Cherokee Nation Steve Russell: I do have a dream -- for the Cherokee Nation
Steve Russell shares his dream speech for the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.
NWPR: Washington tribes worried about dam killing salmon NWPR: Washington tribes worried about dam killing salmon
A dam in Washington is killing endangered and threatened runs of salmon.
Opinion: Fast food restaurants a perfect fit in Indian Country Opinion: Fast food restaurants a perfect fit in Indian Country
With In-N-Out Burger coming to Morongo and Wyandotte Nation opening a Sonic, attorney discusses fast-food developments in Indian Country.
Connecticut politicians want BIA to drop recognition reform Connecticut politicians want BIA to drop recognition reform
All seven members of Connecticut's Congressional delegation are asking the Bureau of Indian Affairs not to make change to the federal recognition process.
Alaska tribe awaits response  on federal recognition petition Alaska tribe awaits response on federal recognition petition
The Qutekcak Native Tribe of Alaska is optimistic for a decision on its federal recognition petition.
Same attorneys worked on adoptions for two Indian babies Same attorneys worked on adoptions for two Indian babies
Two attorneys who worked on an adoption case involving a Cherokee Nation girl also handled the adoption of a baby girl from the Absentee Shawnee Tribe.
Court hearing in custody dispute over Cherokee Nation girl Court hearing in custody dispute over Cherokee Nation girl
A court hearing is taking place this morning in the custody and adoption dispute over a young girl from the Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma.
Spirit Lake Nation hires  another  director for social services Spirit Lake Nation hires another director for social services
The Spirit Lake Nation of North Dakota has hired a new social services director.
White supremacist plans takeover of town near reservation White supremacist plans takeover of town near reservation
A White supremacist has set up shop in a North Dakota town not far from the border of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.
Native Sun News: Rosebud Sioux Tribe boosts local economy Native Sun News: Rosebud Sioux Tribe boosts local economy
The Rosebud Sioux Tribe, located in the second poorest country in South Dakota, is making moves to create a way to not only save money for the tribal membership, but also create jobs.
Editorial: Tighter regulation needed for online loan industry Editorial: Tighter regulation needed for online loan industry
New York Times welcomes crackdown on companies like Western Sky Financial, a controversial online lender that's owned by a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota.

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