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Yakama Nation shares  per capita from trust fund settlement Yakama Nation shares per capita from trust fund settlement
The Yakama Nation of Washington shared its trust fund settlement with its members but the amount of the per capita payment was not reported.
Blog: Affordable Care Act brings benefits into Indian Country Blog: Affordable Care Act brings benefits into Indian Country
Stateline, the blog of The Pew Charitable Trusts, explains how the Affordable Care Act affects health care for American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Al Jazeera: Nez Perce Tribe battles big energy shipments Al Jazeera: Nez Perce Tribe battles big energy shipments
Al Jazeera reports on the Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho and its battle to prevent megaload shipments through the reservation.
Sen. Heitkamp: Devastating impact of shutdown on our tribes Sen. Heitkamp: Devastating impact of shutdown on our tribes
Today I wish to talk about another devastating consequence of this shutdown, and that is the consequence of this shutdown on Indian Country in my State, and undoubtedly Indian Country all across this Nation.
NBC's Bob Costas denounces Washington name during game NBC's Bob Costas denounces Washington name during game
Longtime NBC Sports anchor Bob Costas denounced the mascot of the Washington professional football team during a halftime commentary on Sunday.
Quechua children among victims of deadly bus crash in Peru Quechua children among victims of deadly bus crash in Peru
A bus plunged off a cliff in Peru on Friday night, killing all 51 people on board, including 14 children.
Sen. Thune: South Dakota celebrates Native American culture Sen. Thune: South Dakota celebrates Native American culture
Each year, people gather across the state on Native American Day to celebrate the rich traditions and culture of the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota people.
National Congress of American Indians opens annual meeting National Congress of American Indians opens annual meeting
The National Congress of American Indians kicks off its 70th annual convention today.
Government shutdown inflicts extra pain on Indian programs Government shutdown inflicts extra pain on Indian programs
The shutdown of the federal government, coming on top of the sequestration of the budget, is hitting Indian Country particularly hard.
Editorial: Give warm welcome to Alaska Federation of Natives Editorial: Give warm welcome to Alaska Federation of Natives
Fairbanks newspapers calls on residents to welcome the Alaska Federation of Natives for the group's upcoming conference.
Red Cloud Indian School: No link to Washington football team Red Cloud Indian School: No link to Washington football team
Leaders of the Red Cloud Indian School on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota denounce the use of racist mascots in sports.
Opinion: Washington   mascot fight comes down to economics Opinion: Washington mascot fight comes down to economics
New York Times sports columnist says Washington professional football team's owner won't be swayed by appeals to morality or civility.
Editorial: Washington team owner defending the indefensible Editorial: Washington team owner defending the indefensible
The Washington Post once again calls on Washington football team owner Dan Snyder to get rid of a name left over from a racist past.
Opinion: Demand investigation of adoption of Indian children Opinion: Demand investigation of adoption of Indian children
Dot Scott, the president of the Charleston branch of the NAACP, calls for an investigation into the adoption of two Indian children by non-Indian couples in South Carolina.
Steve Russell: What happens if federal Indian law collapses? Steve Russell: What happens if federal Indian law collapses?
Steve Russell wonders what happens if federal Indian law collapses, like a lot of a lot other bad ideas.
Native Sun News: ObamaCare  carries  impact in Indian Country Native Sun News: ObamaCare carries impact in Indian Country
As America waits for members of congress to sort out their differences and thousands of Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian Health Service workers continue to work without pay or are locked out of their jobs many in Indian country are asking, what is ObamaCare?

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