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San Carlos Apache Tribe testifies against land swap measure San Carlos Apache Tribe testifies against land swap measure
Terry Rambler, the chairman of the San Carlos Apache Tribe of Arizona, testified against S.339 at a hearing on Wednesday.
Ojibwe tribes in Minnesota work towards constitutional reform Ojibwe tribes in Minnesota work towards constitutional reform
Two Ojibwe tribes in Minnesota are working to update their constitutions in light of a historic vote from one of their fellow bands.
Chairman of Lumbee Tribe accused of assault by council official Chairman of Lumbee Tribe accused of assault by council official
Paul Brooks, the chairman of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, is facing an assault charge.
Vincent Armenta: Striving for a better future in Indian Country Vincent Armenta: Striving for a better future in Indian Country
Vincent Armenta, the chairman of the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians in California, reflects on Native American Heritage Month.
Law Article: Addressing court jurisdiction  in tribal agreements Law Article: Addressing court jurisdiction in tribal agreements
Attorney discusses why contracts with tribes should include dispute resolution provisions.
Herman Honanie wins election as new chairman of Hopi Tribe Herman Honanie wins election as new chairman of Hopi Tribe
Voters of the Hopi Tribe of Arizona elected a new chairman and vice chairman on Wednesday.
Rep. Boehner apologizes for closed-caption gaffe at ceremony Rep. Boehner apologizes for closed-caption gaffe at ceremony
Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio), the Speaker of the House, apologized for a closed-caption gaffe at the Code Talkers ceremony on Wednesday.
Ontario tells Native woman to stop work on home off-reserve Ontario tells Native woman to stop work on home off-reserve
The province of Ontario has ordered a Native woman to stop building a home off the reserve.
Students in Tennessee display 'Trail of Tears' banner at game Students in Tennessee display 'Trail of Tears' banner at game
Students at a public high school in Tennessee brought a 'Trail of Tears' banner to a football playoff game last week, Mother Jones reports.
Congress honors 33 tribes for sending Code Talkers into battle Congress honors 33 tribes for sending Code Talkers into battle
In a ceremony at the US Capitol on Wednesday, Congress bestowed its highest honor on 33 tribes whose languages helped the United States defeat its enemies.
Shirt worn by George Armstrong Custer up for auction in Maine Shirt worn by George Armstrong Custer up for auction in Maine
A shirt belonging to George Armstrong Custer is up for auction this Saturday.
Research finds potential relative of Native Americans in Siberia Research finds potential relative of Native Americans in Siberia
Researchers say they have found the potential ancestor of many Native Americans in a village in Siberia.
Julianne Jennings: Put an end to bullying of our Native students Julianne Jennings: Put an end to bullying of our Native students
Julianne Jennings discusses how bullying affects Native students.
Native Sun News: Rosebud Sioux Tribe investigates priest abuse Native Sun News: Rosebud Sioux Tribe investigates priest abuse
An alleged perpetrator who abused Lakota boys has confessed to the crimes.

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