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Mary Pember: Bill would bar tribal activists from public mine site Mary Pember: Bill would bar tribal activists from public mine site
Mary Annette Pember reports on Wisconsin Senate Bill 278, which would bar tribal members from entering public lands that are being used for a controversial mine.
Q&A with Bear Witness of A Tribe Called Red  on touring and music Q&A with Bear Witness of A Tribe Called Red on touring and music
DJ Bear Witness of A Tribe Called Red talks about the group's growing popularity.
9th Circuit allows BIA to deny policing contracts in PL280 states 9th Circuit allows BIA to deny policing contracts in PL280 states
The Bureau of Indian Affairs can deny law enforcement contracts to tribes in Public Law 280 states, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled today.
Judge won't force Hualapai Tribe to enter    arbitration proceedings Judge won't force Hualapai Tribe to enter arbitration proceedings
A federal judge won't force the Hualapai Tribe of Arizona into arbitration over the popular Grand Canyon Skywalk tourist attraction.
Indian loan firm lays off 94 employees amid mounting legal woes Indian loan firm lays off 94 employees amid mounting legal woes
Western Sky Financial, a controversial online lender that's owned by a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota, laid of 94 employees amid scrutiny from state and federal officials.
Judge won't delay theft   case for treasurer of Mashantucket Tribe Judge won't delay theft case for treasurer of Mashantucket Tribe
A federal judge won't delay a theft case against Steven Thomas, the treasurer of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut.
Another deadline passes on sale of Wounded Knee massacre site Another deadline passes on sale of Wounded Knee massacre site
A second and 'final' deadline has passed over the sale of the Wounded Knee massacre site in South Dakota.
Corruption case dismissed against leader of  Chippewa Cree Tribe Corruption case dismissed against leader of Chippewa Cree Tribe
Federal prosecutors have dropped all charges against a leader of the Chippewa Cree Tribe of Montana.
Montana-Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council chooses new director Montana-Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council chooses new director
The Montana-Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council has named Cheryl Belcourt as its new executive director.
Seven arrested in protest outside Blackfeet Nation headquarters Seven arrested in protest outside Blackfeet Nation headquarters
Seven people, including a suspended council member, were arrested on Tuesday in a protest at the Blackfeet Nation headquarters.
Catholic  diocese by  New Mexico reservations seeks bankruptcy Catholic diocese by New Mexico reservations seeks bankruptcy
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Gallup in New Mexico will be filing for bankruptcy protection in federal court due to sex abuse claims.
Delay possible in decision on  controversial Keystone XL Pipeline Delay possible in decision on controversial Keystone XL Pipeline
The State Department is reviewing comments on the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline but a final decision might not come until next year.
Court puts hold on transfer of Cherokee girl to non-Indian couple Court puts hold on transfer of Cherokee girl to non-Indian couple
The Oklahoma Supreme Court heard arguments on Tuesday in the custody and adoption dispute involving a Cherokee Nation girl.
Gabe Galanda: Tribal nations still battling threats  to   sovereignty Gabe Galanda: Tribal nations still battling threats to sovereignty
Attorney Gabe Galanda on threats to tribal sovereignty from federal and local law enforcement.
Review: Tackling racism and bigotry in 'If I Ever Get Out of Here' Review: Tackling racism and bigotry in 'If I Ever Get Out of Here'
The Washington Post reviews If I Ever Get Out of Here, a new book from Onondaga Nation author Eric Gansworth.
Mike Wise: Playing 'Injun' isn't an act for 72-year-old  football fan Mike Wise: Playing 'Injun' isn't an act for 72-year-old football fan
Mike Wise of The Washington Post talks to Chief Zee -- the man who is proud to play 'Injun' for the Washington football team.
Brandon Ecoffey: Assumptions in newspapers can cut both ways Brandon Ecoffey: Assumptions in newspapers can cut both ways
At one point in time the media’s responsibility was two fold: one, to serve as the ultimate check and balance for governments and two, to provide unbiased news so the general populace could more effectively make informed decisions in everyday life.
Native Sun News:  Pine Ridge cheerleader joins  Nebraska team Native Sun News: Pine Ridge cheerleader joins Nebraska team
Ella Pedregon, a former cheerleader for the Pine Ridge Thorpes, has made it big.

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