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Fronteras: Shutdown boosts tourism for some Arizona tribes Fronteras: Shutdown boosts tourism for some Arizona tribes
The shutdown of the federal government has led to an increase in tourists for some Arizona tribes.
Sandy White Hawk: 'Let them go. Someday they'll come back' Sandy White Hawk: 'Let them go. Someday they'll come back'
It is October 10, 2013. I just listened to Dusten Brown’s press conference.
KCUR: Mayor  plans meeting with Delaware Tribe in Oklahoma KCUR: Mayor plans meeting with Delaware Tribe in Oklahoma
Lawrence, Kansas, Mayor Mike Dever plans to meet with leaders of the Delaware Tribe of Oklahoma as soon as Monday.
Native Sun News: Big blizzard bashes Pine Ridge Reservation Native Sun News: Big blizzard bashes Pine Ridge Reservation
Heavy rains, winds, lightning, and eventually snow were the gifts that winter storm Atlas, brought to residents of Wyoming and South Dakota.
United Auburn Indian Community sued by banished members United Auburn Indian Community sued by banished members
Four banished members of the United Auburn Indian Community of California are suing the tribe in federal court.
Energy boom in North Dakota leads to increase in drug crimes Energy boom in North Dakota leads to increase in drug crimes
Authorities in North Dakota and Montana are announcing a partnership to combat a rise in drug crimes in the Bakken oil patch.
Ray Austin: Change needed for Alaska Federation of Natives Ray Austin: Change needed for Alaska Federation of Natives
Ray Austin says Alaska Federation of Natives needs to emphasize education and employment.
Activists  call for ban on Washington team name  in Minnesota Activists call for ban on Washington team name in Minnesota
The American Indian Movement and its supporters are calling for a ban on the "R-word" in public facilities in Minnesota.
Change the Mascot spot features President Obama, Rep. Cole Change the Mascot spot features President Obama, Rep. Cole
The Change the Mascot campaign unveiled a new ad that features President Barack Obama and Rep. Tom Cole (R-Oklahoma), a member of the Chickasaw Nation.
Atlanta mayor claims Indian 'friends' haven't opposed mascot Atlanta mayor claims Indian 'friends' haven't opposed mascot
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed says he hasn't heard of any of his Indian friends complain about the Atlanta Braves mascot.
Bob Burns: Indian mascots aren't based on a proud tradition Bob Burns: Indian mascots aren't based on a proud tradition
Bob Burns, a member of the Blackfeet Nation, stands firm against racist mascots, despite article that was written by his son-in-law, Rick Reilly of ESPN.
Column: The real letter from   Washington football team owner Column: The real letter from Washington football team owner
Washington Post columnist Sally Jenkins decodes the letter Dan Snyder, the owner of the Washington professional football team, sent to fans.

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