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Cherokee Nation urges members to sign up for health care Cherokee Nation urges members to sign up for health care
The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma is encouraging its members to sign up for health care under the Affordable Care Act.
BIA publishes list of federally recognized tribes on schedule BIA publishes list of federally recognized tribes on schedule
The Bureau of Indian Affairs will be publishing its annual list of federally recognized tribes on schedule for the first time in years.
Steve Russell: Neil Young turns out to be the better politician Steve Russell: Neil Young turns out to be the better politician
Steve Russell comments on a political dustup involving musician Neil Young, who performed a series of benefit concerts to help the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation in Alberta fight energy development:
Menominee Nation chair to deliver State of the Tribes speech Menominee Nation chair to deliver State of the Tribes speech
Craig Corn, the chairman of the Menominee Nation of Wisconsin, will deliver the annual State of the Tribes address on February 13.
Non-Indian man sentenced for assaulting tribal police officer Non-Indian man sentenced for assaulting tribal police officer
A non-Indian man in New Mexico was sentenced to 27 months in federal prison for assaulting a tribal police officer.
Law Article: Hualapai Tribe in dispute over tourism business Law Article: Hualapai Tribe in dispute over tourism business
Attorney recaps dispute over the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a popular tourist attraction owned by the Hualapai Tribe of Arizona.
Veteran from Crow Tribe, 92 years old, at State of the Union Veteran from Crow Tribe, 92 years old, at State of the Union
Charles DeCrane, a 92-year-old veteran from the Crow Tribe of Montana, will be at the State of the Union tonight.
Michigan tribal members slam official's disparaging remarks Michigan tribal members slam official's disparaging remarks
Tribal members in Michigan held a protest on Monday and called on Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson to apologize for disparaging comments he made.
Speaker of Navajo Council confident of job as session opens Speaker of Navajo Council confident of job as session opens
Speaker Johnny Naize of the Navajo Nation Council remains confident that he will remain his leadership post despite a bill seeking to remove him.
Vehicle tax exemption limited for Wyoming tribal members Vehicle tax exemption limited for Wyoming tribal members
Members of Wyoming's two tribes are seeing a new limit on a vehicle sales tax exemption.
Al Jazeera: Washington tribes dispute state's marijuana law Al Jazeera: Washington tribes dispute state's marijuana law
Al Jazeera reports on Washington Initiative 502, which authorizes the use and possession of marijuana in limited circumstances, and its affect on tribes.
Mary Pember: Keystone XL project puts Native women at risk Mary Pember: Keystone XL project puts Native women at risk
Mary Annette Pember reports on the potential for the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline to put Native women in South Dakota at risk for sexual violence.
Gyasi Ross: Racism and white privilege at nearly 30,000 feet Gyasi Ross: Racism and white privilege at nearly 30,000 feet
Gyasi Ross shares an experience of flying the not so friendly skies.
Mohawk entrepreneur to join First Lady at State of the Union Mohawk entrepreneur to join First Lady at State of the Union
Andra Rush, a Mohawk woman who started her first company when she was 23, will be a guest of First Lady Michelle Obama at the State of the Union.
Ivan Starr: An underhanded erosion of our tribal sovereignty Ivan Starr: An underhanded erosion of our tribal sovereignty
Like many residents here on the Pine Ridge, I too am unaware of what has been happening with our police within the past five years.

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