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Suspended Native lawmaker in Canada indicted for expenses Suspended Native lawmaker in Canada indicted for expenses
Suspended Sen. Patrick Brazeau was indicted today in connection with his expenses as a government official.
USET News: White House advisor Jodi Gillette offers update USET News: White House advisor Jodi Gillette offers update
The United South and Eastern Tribes heard form Jodi Gillette from the White House at its Impact Week meeting on Monday.
Column: Oglala Sioux teen reaches out to vulnerable youth Column: Oglala Sioux teen reaches out to vulnerable youth
Janay Jumping Eagle, a young member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota, is offering hope on the Pine Ridge Reservation.
Shelby Harper: Native authors everyone should be reading Shelby Harper: Native authors everyone should be reading
Shelby Settles Harper (Caddo) offers some suggestions for Native authors everyone should read.
Opinion: Saginaw Chippewa Tribe takes aim at its own people Opinion: Saginaw Chippewa Tribe takes aim at its own people
Attorney accuses the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe in Michigan of unfairness in disenrollment proceedings.
A Tribe Called Red secures two nominations from Juno Awards A Tribe Called Red secures two nominations from Juno Awards
A Tribe Called Red has been nominated for two Juno Awards.
Pamunkey Tribe went to England to document recognition bid Pamunkey Tribe went to England to document recognition bid
The Pamunkey Tribe of Virginia made four trips to England to bolster its federal recognition petition.
Senate committee backs Spokane Tribe's compensation bill Senate committee backs Spokane Tribe's compensation bill
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee approved S.1448, the Spokane Tribe of Indians of the Spokane Reservation Equitable Compensation Act, at a business meeting last week.
Siblings from Coeur d'Alene Tribe die after falling in icy pond Siblings from Coeur d'Alene Tribe die after falling in icy pond
Two young members of the Coeur d'Alene Tribe of Idaho died on Sunday after falling into an icy pond.
Interview: Ward Churchill feels blacklisted after controversy Interview: Ward Churchill feels blacklisted after controversy
Ward Churchill discusses life after controversy -- he was accused of academic misconduct and his alleged Indian heritage was the subject of national media coverage.
WPM: Tribal members face 600-mile roundtrip to courthouse WPM: Tribal members face 600-mile roundtrip to courthouse
Members of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and the Northern Arapaho Tribe find it hard to access the federal justice system in Wyoming.
Radio: Grand Traverse Band sees strong interest in new court Radio: Grand Traverse Band sees strong interest in new court
The Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians has launched a new peacemakers court.
Kewa Pueblo student sings Keres for national Coca-Cola ad Kewa Pueblo student sings Keres for national Coca-Cola ad
A teenager from Kewa Pueblo in New Mexico was featured in a Coca-Cola ad that aired during the SuperBowl on Sunday.
Oregon school district might remove Sherman Alexie's book Oregon school district might remove Sherman Alexie's book
A public school district in Oregon might remove an award-winning yet controversial Sherman Alexie book from the reading list.
Organizations seek DOJ probe into Indian Child Welfare Act Organizations seek DOJ probe into Indian Child Welfare Act
Four national Indian organizations called on the Department of Justice to investigate the treatment of Indian children in the child welfare system across the nation.
Native Sun News: Lakota Voice Project campaign wins award Native Sun News: Lakota Voice Project campaign wins award
Jason Alley, Principal/Head of Creative Development of the marketing and communications agency Message has been selected as the 2014 Silver Medalist by the American Advertising Federation-Black Hills.
Opinion: It's time to right the wrongs against Native people Opinion: It's time to right the wrongs against Native people
Writer discusses the historical mistreatment of Native people by the federal government.
Ray Austin: Forest Service must hire more Native Americans Ray Austin: Forest Service must hire more Native Americans
Ray Austin calls on the U.S. Forest Service to hire more American Indians and Alaska Natives.

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