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Chris Stearns: JFK was a mighty warrior for Indian Country Chris Stearns: JFK was a mighty warrior for Indian Country
Attorney Chris Stearns reflects on the legacy of President John F. Kennedy in Indian Country.
New route through Oregon and Idaho for megaload shipment New route through Oregon and Idaho for megaload shipment
A megaload shipment will be back on the road this Sunday but the route won't pass through the Nez Perce Reservation in Idaho.
Man sentenced to 68 months in scam to defraud Paiute Tribe Man sentenced to 68 months in scam to defraud Paiute Tribe
A former employee of the Paiute Tribe of Utah was sentenced to 68 months in federal prison.
Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes spend millions on elder services Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes spend millions on elder services
The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma has spent $2.7 million on elders this year, Gov. Janice Prairie Chief-Boswell said.
David Thorstad: White Earth Nation  adopts new constitution David Thorstad: White Earth Nation adopts new constitution
The White Earth Band of Ojibwe in Minnesota took a historic vote to adopt a new constitution.
Ute Mountain Ute Tribe and Navajo Nation hit hard by diabetes Ute Mountain Ute Tribe and Navajo Nation hit hard by diabetes
The Ute Mountain Tribe and the Navajo Nation are struggling with high rates of diabetes.
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes discuss sacred site Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes discuss sacred site
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of explained the significance of a land-into-trust application in Ravalli County, Montana.
Obama nominates Brad Carson, Cherokee, to top   Army post Obama nominates Brad Carson, Cherokee, to top Army post
President Barack Obama plans to nominate Brad Carson, a member of the Cherokee Nation, as Under Secretary of the U.S. Army.
Missing Indian children found safely on   Montana reservation Missing Indian children found safely on Montana reservation
Three Indian children who were the subject of a missing/endangered persons advisory were handed over to authorities on the Flathead Reservation in Montana on Thursday.
Tribes in Wyoming seek  treatment as state status from EPA Tribes in Wyoming seek treatment as state status from EPA
The Eastern Shoshone Tribe and the Northern Arapaho Tribe. are seeking treatment as state status from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Gyasi Ross: Racial slurs are accepted within football culture Gyasi Ross: Racial slurs are accepted within football culture
Gyasi Ross discusses racism in football and how the use of certain slurs are accepted.
Interior Secretary Jewell to visit Citizen Potawatomi  Nation Interior Secretary Jewell to visit Citizen Potawatomi Nation
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell will visit Oklahoma on Monday to meet with the Citizen Potawatomi Nation.
WPR: Members of Ho-Chunk Nation rally against frac mining WPR: Members of Ho-Chunk Nation rally against frac mining
Members of the Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin are standing up against frac sand mining.
NPR: Interview with Brian Cladoosby, new president of NCAI NPR: Interview with Brian Cladoosby, new president of NCAI
NPR interviews Brian Cladoosby, the chairman of the Swinomish Tribe of Washington who was recently elected president of the National Congress of American Indians.
Column: Ex-Pequot leader to blame for bad business moves Column: Ex-Pequot leader to blame for bad business moves
Columnist says Michael Thomas, the former chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut, deserves punishment for bad business decisions.
Senate votes to restrict filibusters for presidential nominees Senate votes to restrict filibusters for presidential nominees
The Senate voted on Thursday to eliminate the use of filibusters for most presidential nominees.
Peter d'Errico: Thomas King wins with 'The Inconvenient Indian' Peter d'Errico: Thomas King wins with 'The Inconvenient Indian'
Peter d'Errico offers strong endorsement for The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America, a new novel from Thomas King.
Native Sun News: Sioux Addition asserts right to treaty lands Native Sun News: Sioux Addition asserts right to treaty lands
At the North Rapid Town Hall Meeting, Rapid City Mayor Sam Kooiker, U.S. Attorney Brendan Johnson, and South Dakota Secretary of Tribal Relations J. R. LaPlante were on hand to answer questions from the standing room only audience.

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