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Lori Ann Potter: Mashantucket Tribe can learn from mistakes Lori Ann Potter: Mashantucket Tribe can learn from mistakes
Lori Ann Potter discusses controversy affecting the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut.
Opinion: Audits find widespread corruption in Indian Country Opinion: Audits find widespread corruption in Indian Country
Writer says tribal governments are misusing federal funds and going unpunished.
Jemez Pueblo plans to appeal dismissal of  land claim lawsuit Jemez Pueblo plans to appeal dismissal of land claim lawsuit
Jemez Pueblo in New Mexico will appeal a federal judge's decision to dismiss the tribe's land claim lawsuit.
Chairman of Chippewa Cree Tribe blocked from taking office Chairman of Chippewa Cree Tribe blocked from taking office
Ken Blatt St. Marks was elected as chairman of the Chippewa Cree Tribe of Montana more than two months ago but hasn't been allowed to take office.
Magazine: Quechan Nation battles solar plant by sacred site Magazine: Quechan Nation battles solar plant by sacred site
The Quechan Nation is fighting a solar project in California that's located near a sacred site.
BIA grants extension on Chumash Tribe's  land-into-trust bid BIA grants extension on Chumash Tribe's land-into-trust bid
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has extended the comment period on a land-into-trust application submitted by the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians in California.
Tribes seek expedited appeal in  New York online lending suit Tribes seek expedited appeal in New York online lending suit
Two tribes are appealing a federal judge's order that subjects their online lending businesses to state laws in New York.
Police officer for  Quapaw Tribe  charged with alcohol offense Police officer for Quapaw Tribe charged with alcohol offense
A police officer for the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma was charged with an alcohol-related offense.
Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas  re-elects Steve Cadue as chairman Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas re-elects Steve Cadue as chairman
The Kickapoo Tribe of Kansas held a council election on Tuesday.
Opinion: Court victory over tribal lenders may be short lived Opinion: Court victory over tribal lenders may be short lived
Writer Jane Daughtery says state of New York might be heading for defeat in a lawsuit involving tribal online lenders.
Mohegan Tribe elects veteran Kevin Brown as   new chairman Mohegan Tribe elects veteran Kevin Brown as new chairman
The Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut has a new chairman.
Navajo Nation leader no longer supports horse slaughtering Navajo Nation leader no longer supports horse slaughtering
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly said he no longer supports the issuance of permits for horse slaughtering facilities.
Blog: Here's how to get rid of   Washington's football mascot Blog: Here's how to get rid of Washington's football mascot
Blog writer says the Washington professional football team can easily get rid of its mascot.
NFL  set to meet with Oneida Nation to discuss racist mascot NFL set to meet with Oneida Nation to discuss racist mascot
The NFL reached out to the Oneida Nation of New York and has agreed to meet with the tribe to discuss the Washington team's racist mascot.
Mike Wise: Never may come sooner for Washington   mascot Mike Wise: Never may come sooner for Washington mascot
Columnist discusses the beginning of the end of the Washington professional football team's mascot.
Opinion: Owner of Washington football team in deep trouble Opinion: Owner of Washington football team in deep trouble
Writer doesn't think Dan Snyder, the owner of the Washington professional football team, can continue to defend an offensive mascot.
Ivan Starr:  Old Lakota  songs carry  significant historical value Ivan Starr: Old Lakota songs carry significant historical value
For nearly thirty years I sang at a drum that tried to maintain the old traditional songs within the context of the modern powwow.
Native Sun News: Historical trauma seminar in South Dakota Native Sun News: Historical trauma seminar in South Dakota
According to Dr. Maria Yellow Horse Braveheart, PhD, Hunkpapa, who conceptualized historical trauma in the 1980's, it is necessary to develop stronger understanding of why life for many Native Americans is not fulfilling the American Dream.

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