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Schimmel sisters attract big turnout for Native American night Schimmel sisters attract big turnout for Native American night
More than 1,500 Native Americans -- including 60 from the Muscogee Nation -- turned out in force to cheer on two college basketball standouts.
Domestic violence shelters request funding from Navajo Nation Domestic violence shelters request funding from Navajo Nation
The Navajo Nation Council will weigh three bills to fund domestic violence shelters on the Navajo Nation.
Poarch Band of Creek Indians debuts two health care facilities Poarch Band of Creek Indians debuts two health care facilities
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Alabama opened the doors to two new health care facilities.
Louisiana governor leaves Indian affairs office vacant for years Louisiana governor leaves Indian affairs office vacant for years
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) has left the Office of Indian Affairs vacant for six years.
Former chairman and housing director of Omaha Tribe indicted Former chairman and housing director of Omaha Tribe indicted
A former chairman and a former housing director of the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska have been indicted.
New Obama budget includes $139M for Office of Special Trustee New Obama budget includes $139M for Office of Special Trustee
The Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians will see $139 million under the fiscal year 2015 budget proposal that President Barack Obama released.
Lac du Flambeau Band pays $75K to help county with caseload Lac du Flambeau Band pays $75K to help county with caseload
The Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa is providing $75,000 over the next three years to help Vilas County, Wisconsin, with its caseload.
Crow Creek Sioux Tribe to share sex offender records with state Crow Creek Sioux Tribe to share sex offender records with state
The Crow Creek Sioux Tribe reached an agreement to share sex offender data with the state of South Dakota.
Indian Health Service receives small increase with new budget Indian Health Service receives small increase with new budget
The Indian Health Service would see $4.6 billion under the fiscal year 2015 budget that President Barack Obama released today.
President Obama eyes $2.4B budget for Bureau of Indian Affairs President Obama eyes $2.4B budget for Bureau of Indian Affairs
President Barack Obama released his fiscal year 2015 today and asked Congress to provide $2.4 billion for the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Judge won't make Chevron pay $9M judgment to Ecuador tribe Judge won't make Chevron pay $9M judgment to Ecuador tribe
Chevron doesn't have to pay a $9.5 billion judgment to the Cofan people of Ecuador because the award was obtained through fraud, a federal judge said.
Former Cedarville Rancheria chair pleads not guilty to murders Former Cedarville Rancheria chair pleads not guilty to murders
Cherie Lash Rhoades, the former chairwoman of the Cedarville Rancheria of California, pleaded not guilty to murder and attempted murder charges.
Shakopee Tribe to own, operate $105M hotel at Mall of America Shakopee Tribe to own, operate $105M hotel at Mall of America
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community will develop a $105 million hotel at the Mall of America in Minnesota.
Native Sun News: Indian inmates see religious rights suppressed Native Sun News: Indian inmates see religious rights suppressed
In response to the continued denial of religious freedoms to Native American prisoners in multiple states across the country, several prominent advocacy groups have approached the United Nations Human Rights Committee with a complaint.
Steven Newcomb: Museum ignores genocidal history of voyage Steven Newcomb: Museum ignores genocidal history of voyage
Steven Newcomb questions the exclusion of indigenous history from the San Diego Maritime Museum's reconstruction of a Spanish ship that sailed to present-day California.
Gyasi Ross: Keith Harper makes history as nominee for UN post Gyasi Ross: Keith Harper makes history as nominee for UN post
Gyasi Ross urges Indian Country to support the nomination of Keith Harper, a member of the Cherokee Nation, to serve as the U.S. Representative to the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Mark Trahant: Paul Ryan wrong about Indian health care funding Mark Trahant: Paul Ryan wrong about Indian health care funding
Paul Ryan is wrong. Way wrong.

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