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Senate Indian Affairs Committee holds hearing on fiscal crisis Senate Indian Affairs Committee holds hearing on fiscal crisis
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee held a hearing this afternoon to focus on the fiscal crisis in Indian Country.
Feature: Alabama-Coushatta Tribe faces an uncertain future Feature: Alabama-Coushatta Tribe faces an uncertain future
The Houston Press runs a lengthy feature on the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe, touching on a wide range of issues, including the devastating effects of sequestration and the limited economic opportunities.
Tribal lobbying halts  measure for copper mine by sacred site Tribal lobbying halts measure for copper mine by sacred site
An Arizona Republican lashed out against the San Carlos Apache Tribe for stirring up opposition to a bill that would authorize the largest copper mine in North America.
Terri Henry is first woman to chair Eastern Cherokee council Terri Henry is first woman to chair Eastern Cherokee council
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina has elected the first woman to lead the tribal council.
Family files wrongful death lawsuit against Nez Perce officer Family files wrongful death lawsuit against Nez Perce officer
A police officer and a former police chief for the Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho have been named in a wrongful death lawsuit.
Editorial:  University of Utah owes Ute Tribe for use of name Editorial: University of Utah owes Ute Tribe for use of name
The Ute Tribe is set to meet with the University of Utah over the use of the Utes mascot.
KUAC: Alaska Federation of Natives backs veterans memorial KUAC: Alaska Federation of Natives backs veterans memorial
The Alaska Federation of Natives supports a memorial for Native American veterans on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Column: Tribes show long presence on Massachusetts coast Column: Tribes show long presence on Massachusetts coast
Pam Peterson, the director of the Marblehead Museum, shares some history about tribal people in Massachusetts.
Editorial: Muckleshoot Tribe makes history  with land purchase Editorial: Muckleshoot Tribe makes history with land purchase
Newspaper congratulates Muckleshoot Tribe of Washington for purchasing 96,307 acres of forestland for $312.8 million.
WKAR: Saginaw Chippewa Tribe holds vigil ahead of wolf hunt WKAR: Saginaw Chippewa Tribe holds vigil ahead of wolf hunt
The Saginaw Chippewa Tribe is hosting a vigil tonight ahead of the first wolf hunt in Michigan.
Pueblo woman draws attention to  Rock Your Mocs  campaign Pueblo woman draws attention to Rock Your Mocs campaign
The Rock Your Mocs campaign returns tomorrow for its third year.
DOJ schedules   hearings on violence against Native children DOJ schedules hearings on violence against Native children
The Department of Justice will hold four public hearings to examine the impact of violence on American Indian and Alaska Native children.
MPR: Indian church blends   tradition with Christian teachings MPR: Indian church blends tradition with Christian teachings
Minnesota Public Radio takes a trip to the All Saints’ Episcopal Indian Mission in Minneapolis, where Native languages and drums share space with Christian teachings.
Mainstream media wanted Obama to discuss racist mascot Mainstream media wanted Obama to discuss racist mascot
President Barack Obama discussed a wide range of issues at the White House Tribal Nations Conference on Wednesday but several mainstream media outlets want people to know what he didn't talk about.
Opinion: Message loud and clear on racist Washington name Opinion: Message loud and clear on racist Washington name
From John F. Kennedy to Barack Obama, history professor Thomas G. Smith notes that the Washington professional football team has long faced controversy.
President Obama promises visit to Indian Country next year President Obama promises visit to Indian Country next year
President Barack Obama didn't make any major policy announcements at the White House Tribal Nations Conference on Wednesday but said he will visit Indian Country sometime in 2014.
Oliver Semans: Destroying our sovereignty through taxation Oliver Semans: Destroying our sovereignty through taxation
Oliver Semans, the executive director of Four Directions, discusses attacks on tribal sovereignty through taxation.
Steven Newcomb: Dysfunctional system of federal Indian law Steven Newcomb: Dysfunctional system of federal Indian law
Steven Newcomb rejects federal Indian law and other concepts invented by the dominant society.
Native Sun News: Oglala president slams Black Hills proposal Native Sun News: Oglala president slams Black Hills proposal
Oglala Sioux Tribal President Bryan Brewer does not support a proposed resolution being brought to the council floor by the tribe’s Economic and Business Development Committee that would hire the Susman Godfrey L.L.P. law firm to explore new ways to mitigate the Black Hills settlement money.

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