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Suquamish Tribe welcomes return of items from historic site Suquamish Tribe welcomes return of items from historic site
The Suquamish Tribe of Washington celebrated the return of artifacts from the Old Man House village site, the historic home of Chief Seattle.
Hopi high school runners  win  23 cross-country titles in a row Hopi high school runners win 23 cross-country titles in a row
The high school on the Hopi Reservation in Arizona has won 23 state cross-country titles in a row.
Kaiser: IHS develops form for exemption to health insurance Kaiser: IHS develops form for exemption to health insurance
The Indian Health Service is developing a form that will ensure members of federally recognized tribes are exempt from the insurance mandate in the Affordable Care Act.
Company stops work on $8.5B mine opposed by  tribe  in Chile Company stops work on $8.5B mine opposed by tribe in Chile
Barrick Gold Corp., the world's largest gold mining company, has suspended work on an $8.5 billion mine that is opposed by the Diaguita Tribe in Chile.
DC Council to take up  resolution against Washington mascot DC Council to take up resolution against Washington mascot
The D.C Council will take up a resolution that calls on the Washington professional football team to change its racist mascot.
Indian artifacts at popular   beach in  New York date to 8000 BC Indian artifacts at popular beach in New York date to 8000 BC
Archaeologists in New York announced the discovery of hundreds of Indian artifacts dating back 10,000 years.
Senate Republicans prevent action on nominee for DC Circuit Senate Republicans prevent action on nominee for DC Circuit
Republicans in the Senate blocked the nomination of Patricia Ann Millett for a seat on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday.
Native Sun News: Scholars from Pine Ridge Reservation  excel Native Sun News: Scholars from Pine Ridge Reservation excel
In the face of extremely unfavorable odds in education, there are still some that are succeeding.
Tim Giago: Only Tom Daschle can save the Affordable Care Act Tim Giago: Only Tom Daschle can save the Affordable Care Act
Everyday news about the Affordable Care Act gets worse.

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