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Former treasurer of Mashantucket Tribe due for sentencing Former treasurer of Mashantucket Tribe due for sentencing
Steven Thomas, a former treasurer of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut, will be sentenced on Wednesday.
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe reports result of council election Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe reports result of council election
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts held a council election on Sunday and women continue to represent a majority of the leadership.
New Menominee Nation chairwoman to deliver tribal address New Menominee Nation chairwoman to deliver tribal address
Laurie Boivin, the new leader of the Menominee Nation of Wisconsin, will deliver the annual State of the Tribes address this Thursday.
Northern Arapaho Tribe seeks delay in EPA authority dispute Northern Arapaho Tribe seeks delay in EPA authority dispute
The Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming is asking the Environmental Protection Agency to delay implementation of a controversial regulatory decision.
Shakopee Tribe donates $870K for tribes facing fuel shortage Shakopee Tribe donates $870K for tribes facing fuel shortage
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community of Minnesota has donated $870,000 to help tribes deal with a propane fuel crisis.
Amy Eden: Affordable Care Act and impact in Indian Country Amy Eden: Affordable Care Act and impact in Indian Country
Amy Eden of the Muscogee Nation Department of Health explains how the Affordable Care Act affects American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Authorities probe death of man and woman on Navajo Nation Authorities probe death of man and woman on Navajo Nation
Federal and tribal authorities are investigating the deaths of a man and woman a on the Navajo Nation.
Pamela Palmater: Don't trust leaders with Native education Pamela Palmater: Don't trust leaders with Native education
Pamela Palmater of the Eel River Bar First Nation says the Conservative leadership in Canada can't be trusted with education of Native children.
Al Jazeera: Hopi Tribe still battling wastewater at sacred site Al Jazeera: Hopi Tribe still battling wastewater at sacred site
The Hopi Tribe is back in court to prevent the use of wastewater at the sacred San Francisco Peaks in Arizona.
Shawn White Wolf: Urban Indians contribute to city's history Shawn White Wolf: Urban Indians contribute to city's history
Shawn White Wolf reflects on the contributions of urban Indians to life in Helena, Montana.
VAWA tribal jurisdiction provision seen as sign of progress VAWA tribal jurisdiction provision seen as sign of progress
It's taken 35 years for Congress to address the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Oliphant v. Suquamish Indian Tribe.
Opinion: Tribes can finally protect all women from violence Opinion: Tribes can finally protect all women from violence
Praise for S.47, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013, which recognizes tribal jurisdiction over non-Indian offenders.
Sen. Cantwell and Rep. Cole blast racist DC football mascot Sen. Cantwell and Rep. Cole blast racist DC football mascot
Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Washington) and Rep. Tom Cole (R-Oklahoma) are urging the NFL to take a position against the racist Washington mascot.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe keeps trees trim Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe keeps trees trim
On a recent clear day in January, the whine of chainsaws punctuated the stillness of the winter forest at Soldier Gulch, a remote area of the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.
Myrna Gardner: Drinking North Pole water just might kill you Myrna Gardner: Drinking North Pole water just might kill you
Myrna Gardner discusses the closure of the North Pole Refinery and the tainted water being left behind.
Jacqueline Keeler: Fighting racist mascots with social media Jacqueline Keeler: Fighting racist mascots with social media
Jacqueline Keeler takes the war against racist mascots in sports to social media.
Steve Russell: Corporations play games with the system too Steve Russell: Corporations play games with the system too
Steve Russell wonders who is the biggest welfare skate -- poor people or wealthy corporations?
Native Sun News: Taking of boarding school land questioned Native Sun News: Taking of boarding school land questioned
How the land that was once Indian land where the Rapid City Indian School was located and now is home to the current Sioux San Hospital fell into the hands of Rapid City, the State of South Dakota, and various church organizations is questionable.
Tim Giago: Creating a holocaust museum at Wounded Knee Tim Giago: Creating a holocaust museum at Wounded Knee
As a child I rode a tricycle on the sidewalks of Wounded Knee with my playmate Joanne Gildersleeve, the daughter of Clive and Agnes.

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