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Letter: Chairman of Lumbee Tribe abuses $13M in federal funds Letter: Chairman of Lumbee Tribe abuses $13M in federal funds
Letter-writer isn't happy with the leadership of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina.
Audio from Senate Indian Affairs Committee's hearing on budget Audio from Senate Indian Affairs Committee's hearing on budget
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee held a hearing this afternoon to discuss the fiscal year 2015 budget request for Indian programs.
Interior Secretary Jewell makes rounds on Capitol Hill for budget Interior Secretary Jewell makes rounds on Capitol Hill for budget
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell testified twice on Capitol Hill this week to discuss the fiscal year 2015 budget request for the Interior Department.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe prays for students involved in crash Standing Rock Sioux Tribe prays for students involved in crash
Members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe are praying for the recovery of five students and two teachers who were injured in a crash in Colorado over the weekend.
Opinion: President Obama helps tribes protect cultural heritage Opinion: President Obama helps tribes protect cultural heritage
Holly Houghten, the Mescalero Apache Tribe of New Mexico, supports efforts by President Barack Obama to protect important cultural sites on public lands.
Washington tribes donate $255K in aftermath of deadly mudslide Washington tribes donate $255K in aftermath of deadly mudslide
Tribes in Washington have donated $255,000 to help families affected by a mudslide that has claimed at least 24 lives.
CBC Interview: Reneltta Arluk on legacy of residential schools CBC Interview: Reneltta Arluk on legacy of residential schools
CBC News interviews Reneltta Arluk, the founder of Akpik Theatre, about the legacy of residential schools in Canada.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe takes action in HIV outbreak Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe takes action in HIV outbreak
In response to an increased number of HIV infections in Shannon County the Oglala Sioux Tribe’s executive committee has passed a resolution authorizing the approval of a new initiative to address the outbreak.
Lac Courte Oreilles Band relocates harvest camp after eviction Lac Courte Oreilles Band relocates harvest camp after eviction
The Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Ojibwe Indians is relocating a harvest camp that has been serving as a protest against a controversial mining project in Wisconsin.
Dean Chavers: Disappointing test results for our Indian students Dean Chavers: Disappointing test results for our Indian students
Dr. Dean Chavers, the director of Catching the Dream, says test scores of American Indian students show big room for improvement.
Some homes on Spirit Lake Nation without water due to freeze Some homes on Spirit Lake Nation without water due to freeze
About 40 homes on the Spirit Lake Nation in North Dakota went without water due to frozen pipes.
United Keetoowah Band mourns passing of leader Charles Locust United Keetoowah Band mourns passing of leader Charles Locust
The United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma is mourning the loss of Assistant Chief Charles Locust.
Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations considers finances Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations considers finances
The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations is holding a special meeting today to discuss budget issues.
Opinion: Missing and murdered Native women are being ignored Opinion: Missing and murdered Native women are being ignored
Carolyn Bennett, a member of Parliament in Canada, says lawmakers are ignoring calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Native women.
Editorial: Helping Native people means changing racist mascot Editorial: Helping Native people means changing racist mascot
Washington Post says the creation of the Original Americans Foundation won't do anything to change the offensive nature of the Washington professional football team's name.
Cherokee man serves as CEO of 'Original Americans Foundation' Cherokee man serves as CEO of 'Original Americans Foundation'
Gary L. Edwards, a member of the Cherokee Nation, is serving as the chief executive officer of the Original Americans Foundation.
Rich Francis stars as first Native contestant on Top Chef Canada Rich Francis stars as first Native contestant on Top Chef Canada
Rich Francis is making history as the first Native contestant to appear on Top Chef Canada.
Column: Dan Snyder's new charity comes with strings attached Column: Dan Snyder's new charity comes with strings attached
Columnist Mike Wise questions sincerity behind the 'Original Americans Foundation' started by the owner of the Washington professional football team.
Mark Trahant: Affordable Care Act ought to be more transparent Mark Trahant: Affordable Care Act ought to be more transparent
We are near another major deadline — March 31 — and some six months into the Affordable Care Act’s implementation and there is not one official scrap of information reporting how well Indian Country is being served.

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