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Magazine: A Tribe Called Red creates Aboriginal  soundtrack Magazine: A Tribe Called Red creates Aboriginal soundtrack
The Walrus magazine connects A Tribe Called Red with urban Natives and the Idle No More movement.
Al Jazeera: Coolest cowboys at Indian National Finals Rodeo Al Jazeera: Coolest cowboys at Indian National Finals Rodeo
Al Jazeera reports from the Indian National Finals Rodeo, held last week in Las Vegas.
Gabe Galanda: More problems in DOI's land buy-back plan Gabe Galanda: More problems in DOI's land buy-back plan
Attorney Gabe Galanda warns of problems with the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations.
Aura Bogado: Onondaga Nation fights to reclaim stolen land Aura Bogado: Onondaga Nation fights to reclaim stolen land
Aura Bogado writes about the land claim of the Onondaga Nation of New York.
Galbraith and Gillette: Agenda for Tribal Nations Conference Galbraith and Gillette: Agenda for Tribal Nations Conference
Charlie Galbraith and Jodi Gillette share the agenda for the White House Tribal Nations Conference.
Vince Two Eagle: Some questions about Indian health care Vince Two Eagle: Some questions about Indian health care
Vince Two Eagles shares answers to some commonly asked questions about the Indian Health Service.
Steve Russell: Support the troops by stopping stupid wars Steve Russell: Support the troops by stopping stupid wars
Steve Russell on American Indians serving in the U.S. military.
Mel Sheldon: A tribute to our Native warriors and veterans Mel Sheldon: A tribute to our Native warriors and veterans
Mel Sheldon, the chairman of the Tulalip Tribes of Washington, pays tribute to Native American warriors and veterans.
Cedric Sunray: Judge tears Cherokee child from her father Cedric Sunray: Judge tears Cherokee child from her father
Cedric Sunray discusses the aftermath of the U.S. Supreme Court in Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, an Indian Child Welfare Act case.
BIA finalizes regulation  to address land-into-trust appeals BIA finalizes regulation to address land-into-trust appeals
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has finalized a regulation that addresses appeals of land-into-trust decisions.
President Obama hosts tribal leaders ahead of conference President Obama hosts tribal leaders ahead of conference
President Barack Obama met with a small group of leaders today ahead of the annual White House Tribal Nations Conference.
Major storm leaves trail of damage in Alaska Native villages Major storm leaves trail of damage in Alaska Native villages
Several Alaska Native villages are assessing the damage from a major storm along the Bering Sea coast.
Leadership dispute puts hold on relocation of Native village Leadership dispute puts hold on relocation of Native village
A tribal leadership dispute has put a hold on a relocation of the Alaska Native village of Newtok.
Center for Native American Youth hosts young 'Champions' Center for Native American Youth hosts young 'Champions'
The Center for Native American Youth is hosting five Native youth in Washington, D.C., as part of its "Champions for Change" initiative.
Indian Law and Order Commission supports tribal authority Indian Law and Order Commission supports tribal authority
Tribal governments should be able to prosecute all people for crimes that occur on their lands, the Indian Law and Order Commission says in a report being released today.
Jacoby Ellsbury, Navajo baseball standout, in line for deal Jacoby Ellsbury, Navajo baseball standout, in line for deal
Jacoby Ellsbury could land a Major League Baseball deal worth at least $120 million
In the Loop: Turkey donates $200K to Warm Springs Tribes In the Loop: Turkey donates $200K to Warm Springs Tribes
Turkey’s Agency for Cooperation and Collaboration is awarding $200,000 to the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation in Oregon.
Hopi high school football player passes after  injury at game Hopi high school football player passes after injury at game
Charles Youvella, a young member of the Hopi Tribe of Arizona, died on Monday after sustaining a head injury during a football game.
Column: Abramoff friend linked to Washington team owner Column: Abramoff friend linked to Washington team owner
Columnist wonders why Jennifer Farley, a former Bush administration official who worked on tribal issues at the White House, arranged a meeting between the Poarch Band of Creek Indians and the owner of the Washington professional football team.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux fighter racks up another win Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux fighter racks up another win
As the competition gets tougher Pine Ridge’s David “Bull Dawg” Michaud gets hungrier.
Regina Brave: Don't take health or environment for granted Regina Brave: Don't take health or environment for granted
It’s gratifying to read that so many South Dakota and Nebraska farmers, ranchers and citizens opted to take a stand against the Keystone XL Pipeline.

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