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Indian Law and Order Commission  sets timeline for reform Indian Law and Order Commission sets timeline for reform
The Indian Law and Order Commission is urging Congress and the executive branch to implement a sweeping set of reforms within the next 10 years.
Oneida Nation thanks Obama for stance on racist mascots Oneida Nation thanks Obama for stance on racist mascots
Ray Halbritter, the federally-recognized representative of the Oneida Nation of New York, thanked President Barack Obama on Tuesday for speaking out against racist mascots.
Prosecutors recommend sentence for former Pequot chair Prosecutors recommend sentence for former Pequot chair
Federal prosecutors recommended a sentence for Michael Thomas, the former chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut who was convicted on theft charges.
Audio & Video from White House Tribal Nations Conference Audio & Video from White House Tribal Nations Conference
The White House Tribal Nations Conference began this morning at the Interior Department in Washington, D.C.
Indian students   oppose removal of Sherman Alexie's book Indian students oppose removal of Sherman Alexie's book
Indian students in Billings, Montana, are opposing the removal of a Sherman Alexie novel from the required reading list.
County  treasurer blamed Obama's re-election on 'Indians' County treasurer blamed Obama's re-election on 'Indians'
The treasurer in Yellowstone County, Montana, is refusing to step down even after he admitted sending racist e-mails from his government account.
Opinion: Laws fail  to protect sacred sites from desecration Opinion: Laws fail to protect sacred sites from desecration
Attorney Joe Sexton calls on Congress to strengthen laws that are supposed to protect sacred sites.
Yakama Nation: Judge made right call on horse slaughtering Yakama Nation: Judge made right call on horse slaughtering
Yakama Nation Chairman Harry Smiskin and Virgil Lewis, the chairman of the tribe's Fish and Wildlife Committee, discuss litigation over horse slaughtering facilities.
Galbraith and Gillette: Obama hosts tribes at White House Galbraith and Gillette: Obama hosts tribes at White House
Charlie Galbraith and Jodi Gillette provide details of meeting between 12 tribal leaders and President Barack Obama at the White House on Tuesday.
Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee's hearing Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee's hearing
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee holds a hearing on Thursday to discuss the 'fiscal crisis' in Indian Country.
Jeremy Wright: Ponca Tribe wants to work with communities Jeremy Wright: Ponca Tribe wants to work with communities
Jeremy Wright, the vice chairman of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska, dispels misconceptions about economic development efforts.
Native Sun News:  Ho-Chunk fighter dominates  in pro debut Native Sun News: Ho-Chunk fighter dominates in pro debut
A mere four weeks after a family tragedy Sharice Davids kept her mind clear in the way to a dominating first pro victory.

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