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Another conservative site questions leader of  Oneida Nation Another conservative site questions leader of Oneida Nation
The Daily Caller, a conservative leaning web site, is questioning the legitimacy of Ray Halbritter, the federally-recognized representative of the Oneida Nation.
City in Montana plans to use Salish language on certain signs City in Montana plans to use Salish language on certain signs
The city council in Missoula, Montana, is asking the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes for guidance on the Salish language.
Indicted Blackfeet Nation   council member won't quit position Indicted Blackfeet Nation council member won't quit position
Shannon Augare, an indicted council member for the Blackfeet Nation of Montana, won't step down from his post.
House passes   measure to fund BIA and IHS at sequester levels House passes measure to fund BIA and IHS at sequester levels
The House voted 233-160 on Monday to pass H.J.Res.80, a bill that funds the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Indian Health Service at sequester levels.
Supreme Court declines to take up Onondaga Nation land claim Supreme Court declines to take up Onondaga Nation land claim
The U.S. Supreme Court today declined to review the Onondaga Nation land claim.
WPR:  Lac Courte Oreilles Band shifts funds as shutdown lingers WPR: Lac Courte Oreilles Band shifts funds as shutdown lingers
Wisconsin Public Radio reports on the effects of the federal government's shutdown on tribes.
WPR: Bad River Band joins hike thru controversial mining site WPR: Bad River Band joins hike thru controversial mining site
Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians joins tour of controversial mine site in northern Wisconsin.
Opinion: Canada committed genocide against Native peoples Opinion: Canada committed genocide against Native peoples
Phil Fontaine, a former chief of the Assembly of First Nations, and Bernie Farber, a former head of the Canadian Jewish Congress, discuss the genocide of Native people in Canada.
Opinion:      New York  authorities  trespass on tribal sovereignty Opinion: New York authorities trespass on tribal sovereignty
Attorney Bruce Fein discusses efforts to stop tribal-owned Internet lenders from doing business in New York:
Highlights from Day 1 of National Congress of American Indians Highlights from Day 1 of National Congress of American Indians
Highlights from the opening day of the National Congress of American Indians 70th annual convention.
Stevens and Leecy: Establish a  Native American Heritage Day Stevens and Leecy: Establish a Native American Heritage Day
Ernie Stevens and Kevin Leecy, the chairman and vice chairman, respectively of the National Indian Gaming Association, call for the creation of Native American Heritage Day.
Ray Cook: No problem with Columbus Day or any other   holiday Ray Cook: No problem with Columbus Day or any other holiday
Ray Cook isn't bothered by Columbus Day in the United States or Thanksgiving in Canada.
Julianne Jennings: Moving forward on  Indigenous Peoples Day Julianne Jennings: Moving forward on Indigenous Peoples Day
Julianne Jennings welcomes a new era in indigenous history on the 512th anniversary of the 'discovery' of the Americas.
Morgan and Galanda: Tax credits create jobs in Indian Country Morgan and Galanda: Tax credits create jobs in Indian Country
Lance Morgan, the CEO of Ho-Chunk, Inc., and attorney Gabriel Galanda, discuss the benefits of the New Markets Tax Credit in Indian Country.
Steven Newcomb: Don't let tribes become  just another minority Steven Newcomb: Don't let tribes become just another minority
Steven Newcomb warns of the pitfalls in federal Indian law and the federal-tribal relationship.
Native Sun News:  Uranium mine threatens wild horse sanctuary  Native Sun News: Uranium mine threatens wild horse sanctuary
Champagne Lady is a mustang whose octogenarian caretaker Dayton O. Hyde rescued at his 11,000-acre Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary on the Cheyenne River in South Dakota.
Native Sun News:  Oglala Sioux Tribe council member reinstated Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe council member reinstated
After being suspended by the OST tribal council for nearly two months, Wounded Knee District Representative Garfield Steele, is back to work.
Tim Giago: The mother of all blizzards hits the  road to Rapid City Tim Giago: The mother of all blizzards hits the road to Rapid City
But a funny thing did happen on the road to Rapid City: It was a mother of all blizzards!

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