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Two women found  in Quebec after going missing from reserve Two women found in Quebec after going missing from reserve
Two Native women who went missing from the Kitigan Zibi First Nation in Quebec have been found.
Brian Pierson: Tribes need more control over their trust lands Brian Pierson: Tribes need more control over their trust lands
Last year, the federal government took important steps toward returning control of Indian lands to tribes.
Elissa Washuta: I was wrong about   'Naughty Native' costume Elissa Washuta: I was wrong about 'Naughty Native' costume
Elissa Washuta, a member of the Cowlitz Tribe of Washington, explains how she came to regret dressing up as a 'Naughty Native' for Halloween a few years ago.
Police seek information into beating of elder from Blood Tribe Police seek information into beating of elder from Blood Tribe
An elder from the Blood Tribe of Alberta was assaulted over the weekend and police on the reserve are wondering whether gangs had anything to do with it.
Editorial: Tribe leading way to marriage equality in Oklahoma Editorial: Tribe leading way to marriage equality in Oklahoma
With the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes in the news for its non-discriminatory marriage law, newspaper wonders when state of Oklahoma will catch up.
Vincent Armenta: Chumash Tribe strives to be good neighbor Vincent Armenta: Chumash Tribe strives to be good neighbor
Vincent Armenta, the chairman of the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, discusses opposition to the tribe's land-into-trust application.
KUOW: Yakama Nation center  gives  salmon a fighting chance KUOW: Yakama Nation center gives salmon a fighting chance
The Yakama Nation of Washington is helping fish come back to the Columbia River.
Steve Russell: Tea Party terrorists run amok in the US capitol Steve Russell: Tea Party terrorists run amok in the US capitol
Steve Russell places the shutdown of the federal government at the feet of the Tea Party.
Seminole Tribe continues to endorse college football mascot Seminole Tribe continues to endorse college football mascot
The Seminole Tribe continues to support the Florida State University despite controversy over the use of Indian images in sports.
Pipeline spills  865K gallons of oil by North Dakota reservation Pipeline spills 865K gallons of oil by North Dakota reservation
A pipeline has spilled more than 865,000 gallons of oil in North Dakota, upstream from the reservation of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation.
Blog: Washington fan passes out pins to support racist name Blog: Washington fan passes out pins to support racist name
One big DC Sports Bog post about the Washington professional football team's mascot and the ongoing controversy surrounding its use.
Cleveland baseball team asking for opinions on 'Chief Wahoo' Cleveland baseball team asking for opinions on 'Chief Wahoo'
The Cleveland professional football team is asking fans about its stereotypical Chief Wahoo logo.
Native Sun News: Rapid City hospital brings home a 'C' grade Native Sun News: Rapid City hospital brings home a 'C' grade
Rapid City Regional Hospital brought home a ā€œCā€ for safety on its Oct. 23 report card, The Leapfrog Group announced in its Fall 2013 Hospital Safety Score Grades assessment.

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