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Sen. McCain won't ask football team owner to drop racist name Sen. McCain won't ask football team owner to drop racist name
Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona), a member of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, won't ask the owner of the Washington professional football team to change its racist mascot.
Passamaquoddy  Tribe finds contamination in local water supply Passamaquoddy Tribe finds contamination in local water supply
The Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point in Maine is looking for a new water supply as tests confirm contamination in some wells.
Navajo Nation Council passes measure to update energy policy Navajo Nation Council passes measure to update energy policy
The Navajo Nation Council voted 13-6 on Tuesday to pass the Navajo Nation Energy Policy of 2013.
Same-sex couple plans wedding under Cheyenne-Arapaho law Same-sex couple plans wedding under Cheyenne-Arapaho law
A member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma is welcoming the public to celebrate his marriage to his partner.
Leadership of Blackfeet Nation   in dispute  amid corruption cases Leadership of Blackfeet Nation in dispute amid corruption cases
The leaders of the Blackfeet Nation of Montana are divided into two camps amid corruption and theft cases on the reservation.
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes set for council primary Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes set for council primary
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of Montana will hold a primary election on November 2.
Coeur d'Alene Tribe hosts youth at annual water potato harvest Coeur d'Alene Tribe hosts youth at annual water potato harvest
The Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Idaho hosted about 120 children for its annual Water Potato Celebration.
County jail  adds sweat lodge for large Indian inmate population County jail adds sweat lodge for large Indian inmate population
The jail in Coconino County, Arizona, is building a new sweat lodge for its large Indian inmate population.
California Valley Miwok Tribe holds on to property after auction California Valley Miwok Tribe holds on to property after auction
The California Valley Miwok Tribe lucked out after no one bid on its only property on Tuesday.
Another person charged in   theft of nearly $1M from   Yurok Tribe Another person charged in theft of nearly $1M from Yurok Tribe
Federal authorities charged a biologist in connection with the theft of nearly $1 million from the Yurok Tribe of California.
Tonto Apache Tribe's police chief charged for domestic violence Tonto Apache Tribe's police chief charged for domestic violence
The acting police chief for the Tonto Apache Tribe of Arizona was arrested on Monday in connection with a domestic violence incident.
Spirit Lake Nation to hold recall hearing for secretary-treasurer Spirit Lake Nation to hold recall hearing for secretary-treasurer
The Spirit Lake Nation of North Dakota is holding a recall hearing on Friday for Secretary-Treasurer Nancy Greene-Robertson.
Blog:  'Drunktown's Finest' explores Navajo lives in border town Blog: 'Drunktown's Finest' explores Navajo lives in border town
Navajo filmmaker bases Drunktown's Finest in life in Gallup, New Mexico, a border town near the Navajo Nation.
Opinion: Sequester cuts hinder Native youth suicide prevention Opinion: Sequester cuts hinder Native youth suicide prevention
Despite high rates of suicide among American Indian and Alaska Native youth, mental heath funds are being reduced due to sequestration.
Claudia Kauffman: Breast cancer awareness in Indian Country Claudia Kauffman: Breast cancer awareness in Indian Country
Claudia Kauffman calls on Indian Country to join National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Billionaire battles wind energy project off Massachusetts coast Billionaire battles wind energy project off Massachusetts coast
William Koch, a wealthy businessman who is ranked as the 122nd richest person in the US, is battling controversial wind farm off the coast of Massachusetts.
Native Sun News: Wellbeing conference held in the Black Hills Native Sun News: Wellbeing conference held in the Black Hills
At a recent conference held in the foot hills of the sacred Black Hills, the South Dakota Coalition Ending Domestic and Sexual Violence partnered with the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center, Inc. to hold a Region 3 Training.

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