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Officers from Pojoaque Pueblo sued for arrest of non-Indian (January 3, 2014)

A non-Indian man is suing two police officers from Pojoaque Pueblo in New Mexico, alleging his arrest was illegal.

Navajo Nation group seeks marriage equality on reservation (January 3, 2014)

A group on the Navajo Nation is seeking to bring marriage equality to the reservation.

Carter Camp, Ponca activist at Wounded Knee 1973, passes (January 3, 2014)

Carter Camp, a member of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma who was a leader of the 1973 occupation at Wounded Knee in South Dakota, passed on.

Marshall McKay: Foundation supports Native art and culture (January 3, 2014)

Marshall McKay, the chairman of the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation in California, urges support for the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation.

Non-Indian firms concerned about tribal contracting dispute (January 3, 2014)

Non-Indian companies are hoping that the federal government's refusal to fully fund tribal self-determination contracts won't affect their industry.

Secretary Jewell axes road project for Alaska Native village (January 3, 2014)

Just days before Christmas, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell killed a controversial road project that would benefit an Alaska Native village.

Tribes were asked for views on big Northeast bridge project (January 3, 2014)

Several tribes were asked for their views on a $1.3 billion bridge project in New York and New Jersey as part of an environmental review process that observers say is outdated and cumbersome

Train with oil derails north of Sisseton Wahpeton Reservation (January 3, 2014)

A train of oil-tank cars derailed in North Dakota on Monday, prompting a temporary evacuation of a town north of the Sisseton Wahpeton Reservation.

Jacqueline Keeler: Why we still mourn Wounded Knee 1890 (January 3, 2014)

Jacqueline Keeler reflects on media, mascots and the 1890 Wounded Knee massacre.

Native Sun News: Uranium mine impacts Oglala Sioux Tribe (January 3, 2014)

The biggest single impact of Powertech (USA) Inc.’s proposed uranium mining operation at the Dewey-Burdock site 20 miles north of here would be on Lakota historical and cultural resources.