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Albert Bender: UN official hears Indian child welfare concerns Albert Bender: UN official hears Indian child welfare concerns
United Nations Human Rights Officer Giorgia Passarelli went to South Dakota to hear concerns about the removal of Indian children from Indian homes.
Tribes in Washington  being consulted about return of artifacts Tribes in Washington being consulted about return of artifacts
The Port of Seattle, Washington, is consulting two tribes about the return of artifacts taken from a historic village.
More criminal cases filed in thefts from Chippewa Cree Tribe More criminal cases filed in thefts from Chippewa Cree Tribe
Two new criminal cases, plus a third involving a previously indicted person, have been filed in connection with thefts from the Chippewa Cree Tribe of Montana.
Tribes reach partial settlement with FTC over online lenders Tribes reach partial settlement with FTC over online lenders
The Miami Nation and the Modoc Tribe reached a partial settlement with the Federal Trade Commission over their online lending businesses.
Osage Nation Congress sets special session to discuss report Osage Nation Congress sets special session to discuss report
The Congress of the Osage Nation of Oklahoma will hold a special session next month to consider removal proceedings against Chief John Red Eagle.
Hopi Tribe schedules primary election for chairman, vice chair Hopi Tribe schedules primary election for chairman, vice chair
The Hopi Tribe of Arizona will hold a primary election on November 5 for the chairman and vice chairman posts.
Judge restricts authority of  St. Regis Mohawk Tribe's officers Judge restricts authority of St. Regis Mohawk Tribe's officers
Police officers from the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe do not have the authority to arrest people beyond reservation borders, a New York judge ruled.
Lummi Nation hails BIA backing of land-into-trust application Lummi Nation hails BIA backing of land-into-trust application
The Lummi Nation of Washington won approval of its land-into-trust application.
Cocopah Tribe terminates its police chief after fatal shooting Cocopah Tribe terminates its police chief after fatal shooting
The Cocopah Tribe of Arizona fired its police chief, who remains hospitalized following a fatal shooting incident.
Editorial: Idaho tribes set the record straight on federal lands Editorial: Idaho tribes set the record straight on federal lands
Newspaper says Idaho tribes play a role in the future of land management issues in the state.
Harlan McKosato: Debating the creation of Native Americans Harlan McKosato: Debating the creation of Native Americans
Harlan McKosato looks at some big questions surrounding the origins of the first Americans.
Blackfeet Nation leader continues to dispute federal charges Blackfeet Nation leader continues to dispute federal charges
A council member for the Blackfeet Nation of Montana who has been indicted in federal court will ask a judge to dismiss the charges.
Washington team owner reiterates position on racist mascot Washington team owner reiterates position on racist mascot
The owner of the Washington professional team has no plans to eliminate the racist mascot despite waves of criticism.
Senate Democrats set vote on nominee for seat on DC Circuit Senate Democrats set vote on nominee for seat on DC Circuit
Democrats in the Senate are planning a vote on the nomination of Patricia Ann Millett for a seat on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mark Trahant: Alaska Native man in running for state governor Mark Trahant: Alaska Native man in running for state governor
So goes Alaska, goes Indian Country? This is an old political expression -- one that I just made up.
Walt Lamar: Get behind the American Indian Graduate Center Walt Lamar: Get behind the American Indian Graduate Center
Walt Lamar urges tribes to get involved with the American Indian Graduate Center.
David Michaud: Getting hungry, but ready to go into next fight David Michaud: Getting hungry, but ready to go into next fight
As I write this column I am currently two weeks out from weigh-ins. When the paper comes out it will be nine days from weigh-ins, 10 days until fight night. T

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