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Blackfeet Nation leader willing to plead guilty to federal charges Blackfeet Nation leader willing to plead guilty to federal charges
A council member for the Blackfeet Nation of Montana says he's willing to plead guilty to federal charges in order to prevent a trial.
Native Sun News: Fort Berthold Community College is moving up Native Sun News: Fort Berthold Community College is moving up
The mission of the Fort Berthold Community College is to provide quality cultural, academic, and vocational education and services for the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation.
Recall petition seeks ouster of four top    Quinault  Nation  leaders Recall petition seeks ouster of four top Quinault Nation leaders
The four top leaders of the Quinault Nation of Washington are facing a recall.
Opinion: Native American Heritage Month history often ignored Opinion: Native American Heritage Month history often ignored
Writer looks at the events leading up to creation of Native American Heritage Month.
Opinion: Don't stop Crow Tribe from developing own resources Opinion: Don't stop Crow Tribe from developing own resources
Writers say Crow Tribe of Montana should be able to develop coal resources on the reservation.
Hopi Tribe resolves long-running dispute over transmission  line Hopi Tribe resolves long-running dispute over transmission line
The Hopi Tribe and Arizona Public Service Co. have settled a dispute over a transmission line on the reservation.
Indian Law and Order Commission   releases public safety report Indian Law and Order Commission releases public safety report
The Indian Law and Order Commission will hold a press conference next Tuesday, November 12, in Washington, D.C.
Albert Bender: Russell Means to be honored at events in Denver Albert Bender: Russell Means to be honored at events in Denver
Albert Bender writes of the upcoming memorial to American Indian Movement activist Russell Means in Denver.
Navajo Nation Council considers bill to impose tax on junk food Navajo Nation Council considers bill to impose tax on junk food
The Navajo Nation Council is considering a bill to impose a tax on the sale of junk food on the Navajo Nation.
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes  counting primary votes Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes counting primary votes
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of Montana are still counting votes from a primary election held on Saturday.
Family sues BIA   for death at  Lower Brule Sioux detention facility Family sues BIA for death at Lower Brule Sioux detention facility
The Bureau of Indian Affairs is being sued for a death at a detention facility on the Lower Brule Sioux Reservation in South Dakota.
President Obama to host White House Tribal Nations Conference President Obama to host White House Tribal Nations Conference
President Barack Obama will once again be hosting Indian leaders for the annual White House Tribal Nations Conference in Washington, D.C., on November 13.
Steven Newcomb: Accept no less than nationhood for our people Steven Newcomb: Accept no less than nationhood for our people
Steven Newcomb discusses the nationhood of tribes and their governments.
Attorneys  seek  $1M from Cherokee father and Cherokee Nation Attorneys seek $1M from Cherokee father and Cherokee Nation
The attorneys for a non-Indian couple that adopted a Cherokee girl are seeking $1 million in fees from the biological father and the Cherokee Nation.
DC Council calls for elimination of football team's racist mascot DC Council calls for elimination of football team's racist mascot
The D.C. Council voted 10-0 on Tuesday to pass a resolution calling for the elimination of the Washington professional football team's racist mascot.
Review: Hattie Kauffman shares journey with 'Falling into Place' Review: Hattie Kauffman shares journey with 'Falling into Place'
Every Native American journalist that was around in the 1970s knows Hattie Kauffman. If they don’t know her personally, they surely know of her.
Billy Frank: Keith Harper nomination  historic for Indian Country Billy Frank: Keith Harper nomination historic for Indian Country
It is with great pride that I write this letter in support of my good friend Keith Harper, an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, whom President Barack Obama has nominated to be the United States Representative to the United Nations Human Rights Council, with the rank of Ambassador.

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