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Lawsuit: Club didn't want to be known as 'the next Indian bar' Lawsuit: Club didn't want to be known as 'the next Indian bar'
A Navajo Nation family is accusing a nightclub in Farmington, New Mexico, of treating Indian patrons unfairly.
CBC cancels 'Arctic Air' featuring Adam Beach after 3 seasons CBC cancels 'Arctic Air' featuring Adam Beach after 3 seasons
CBC TV has canceled Arctic Air, a primetime drama featuring Native actor Adam Beach, after three seasons.
DOI announces $100M in land offers on Pine Ridge Reservation DOI announces $100M in land offers on Pine Ridge Reservation
The Interior Department has made more than $100 million in offers to landowners on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.
Alaska Native leader wasn't upset by EPA official's comments Alaska Native leader wasn't upset by EPA official's comments
An Alaska Native leader who presented a jar of moose meat to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy wasn't offended by comments she made about the gift.
Colorado to consult with tribes for 1864 Sand Creek Massacre Colorado to consult with tribes for 1864 Sand Creek Massacre
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) promised to work more closely with tribes as the 150th anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre approaches.
Not guilty pleas over theft of housing funds from Omaha Tribe Not guilty pleas over theft of housing funds from Omaha Tribe
A former chairman and a former housing director of the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska entered not guilty please to theft charges in federal court.
WNPR: Land claims not a threat from newly recognized tribes WNPR: Land claims not a threat from newly recognized tribes
Politicians in Connecticut are citing land claims in their opposition to federal recognition reforms at the Bureau of Indian Affairs but law professor doesn't see litigation as a threat.
Joy Harjo: Another lame defense of cultural misappropriation Joy Harjo: Another lame defense of cultural misappropriation
Joy Harjo comments on the faux headdress debacle of Christina Fallin, the daughter of Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R).
Editorial: Ojibwe leaders showed commitment to communities Editorial: Ojibwe leaders showed commitment to communities
Minnesota newspaper pays tribute to Eli Hunt, a late former chairman of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, and Eli Hunt, a late council member for the Red Lake Nation.
City issues formal apology to Wiyot Tribe over 1860 massacre City issues formal apology to Wiyot Tribe over 1860 massacre
The city of Eureka, California, issued a formal apology to the Wiyot Tribe for the 1860 massacre at Indian Island.
Dine Medicine Men Association opposes racist football mascot Dine Medicine Men Association opposes racist football mascot
The Diné Medicine Men Association passed a resolution against the continued use of the Washington professional football team's racist mascot.
Anthony Broadman: Tribal disenrollment makes Slade Gorton proud Anthony Broadman: Tribal disenrollment makes Slade Gorton proud
Attorney Anthony Broadman says tribal disenrollment efforts complete Slade Gorton's termination tactics.
OST helps members of two Colorado tribes develop their wills OST helps members of two Colorado tribes develop their wills
The Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians is helping members of Colorado tribes develop wills.
James Meggesto joins Indian law practice at Holland & Knight James Meggesto joins Indian law practice at Holland & Knight
James Meggesto, a member of the Onondaga Nation of New York, has joined the Indian law practice at Holland & Knight.
Leonard Forsman wins re-election as chair of Suquamish Tribe Leonard Forsman wins re-election as chair of Suquamish Tribe
The Suquamish Tribe of Washington held elections at a general council meeting on Saturday.
Voters of Tulalip Tribes oust two incumbents in board election Voters of Tulalip Tribes oust two incumbents in board election
Members of the Tulalip Tribes of Washington went to the polls on Saturday to choose three members of the board of directors.
Mark Trahant: A Republican Senate means Indian budget cuts Mark Trahant: A Republican Senate means Indian budget cuts
Is it a foregone conclusion that the Senate will go Republican in November?
KUOW: Nooksack Tribe election shows divide on disenrollment KUOW: Nooksack Tribe election shows divide on disenrollment
Members of the Nooksack Tribe of Washington elected two disenrollment supporters and two disenrollment opponents over the weekend.
Opinion: HUD home loan program a step in the right direction Opinion: HUD home loan program a step in the right direction
Writer calls Section 184 Indian Home Loan Guarantee Program a small solution to a long-running problem.
Native Sun News: Lower Brule Sioux Tribe linked to Keystone Native Sun News: Lower Brule Sioux Tribe linked to Keystone
More than 100 opponents of TransCanada Corp.’s pending Keystone XL tar-sands crude-oil pipeline converged at the Lower Brule Convention Center on March 5 to warn tribal council officials against taking part in the construction effort.

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