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Review: A bumpy journey into Lunaape land with 'The Red Road' Review: A bumpy journey into Lunaape land with 'The Red Road'
The Hollywood Reporter encounters some flawed storytelling in The Red Road, a new Sundance show that's based on the Ramapough Lunaape Nation of New Jersey.
Minnesota weighs tougher pollution standard to protect wild rice Minnesota weighs tougher pollution standard to protect wild rice
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will be considering a tough pollution standard aimed at protecting wild rice, a staple for tribes in the state.
Affordable Care Act seen as boost for Indian health care system Affordable Care Act seen as boost for Indian health care system
The Affordable Care Act is expected to bring benefits to the Indian health care system in southern California.
Audio from SCIA's hearing on early education in Indian Country Audio from SCIA's hearing on early education in Indian Country
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee held an oversight on early childhood education in Indian Country this afternoon.
Article: US policy hinders energy development in Indian Country Article: US policy hinders energy development in Indian Country
Shawn Regan of the Property and Environment Research Center discusses barriers to energy development in Indian Country.
Hopi Tribe weighs economic development plans for highway land Hopi Tribe weighs economic development plans for highway land
The Hopi Tribe of Arizona is considering economic development options for land it owns near a major interstate.
Cedarville Rancheria keeps health facility running during crisis Cedarville Rancheria keeps health facility running during crisis
The Cedarville Rancheria of California has kept a health center up and running amid a crisis that cost the lives of four people on the reservation.
Cherokee Nation to break ground on expansion for health center Cherokee Nation to break ground on expansion for health center
The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma will break ground on an expansion of one of its health centers.
Mescalero Apache Nation puts surplus housing units to good use Mescalero Apache Nation puts surplus housing units to good use
The Mescalero Apache Tribe of New Mexico is putting surplus military housing units to good use.
White Earth Band starts work on ambitious housing development White Earth Band starts work on ambitious housing development
The White Earth Nation in Minnesota is tackling homelessness on the reservation.
Cherokee Nation and  Delaware Tribe sign agreement for housing Cherokee Nation and Delaware Tribe sign agreement for housing
The Cherokee Nation and the Delaware Tribe signed an agreement regarding federal housing funds.
Former Cedarville Rancheria leader in court on murder charges Former Cedarville Rancheria leader in court on murder charges
Cherie Lash Rhoades, the former chairwoman of the Cedarville Rancheria of California, made her first appearance in court on Tuesday to face murder and attempted murder charges.
CDC reports dramatic decline in obesity rate among children 2-5 CDC reports dramatic decline in obesity rate among children 2-5
The obesity rate among children ages 2-5 dropped 43 percent in the last decade, according to data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Mark Trahant: Good news for Indian Country in Obama's budget Mark Trahant: Good news for Indian Country in Obama's budget
President Obama’s next budget, due to be released soon, will be good news for Indian Country.
Delphine Red Shirt: Abandoned children need Pine Ridge shelter Delphine Red Shirt: Abandoned children need Pine Ridge shelter
Growing up on the Pine Ridge Reservation the hardest times I remember had nothing to do with poverty or lack, it had everything to do with the loss of culture.
Lisa Murkowski: DOI  decision leaves Alaska Native village at risk Lisa Murkowski: DOI decision leaves Alaska Native village at risk
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) blasts Interior Secretary Sally Jewell for rejecting a road that would help the Alaska Native village of King Cove.
Steve Russell: Arizona's racist history rears its ugly head again Steve Russell: Arizona's racist history rears its ugly head again
Steve Russell discusses racism in Arizona, this time in the form of SB 1062, a bill that allows business owners to refuse to serve certain customers based on religious reasons.

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