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Colbert Report: Washington team extends olive branch to tribes Colbert Report: Washington team extends olive branch to tribes
Stephen Colbert took on the 'Original Americans Foundation' in his Sports Report on Wednesday night.
Doug George-Kanentiio: What does it mean to be Mohawk today? Doug George-Kanentiio: What does it mean to be Mohawk today?
For the Mohawks we have been fortunate in having the essence of a common identity in place and over the past generation have taken steps to ensure we continue as a people.
The Native American Children's Safety Act introduced in Senate The Native American Children's Safety Act introduced in Senate
A bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced the Native American Children’s Safety Act today.
Opinion: About that letter from Washington football team owner Opinion: About that letter from Washington football team owner
Dave Zirin critiques a letter from Washington football team owner Dan Snyder to fans announcing the Original Americans Foundation.
Oklahoma might side with city in dispute over tribes and taxes Oklahoma might side with city in dispute over tribes and taxes
The state of Oklahoma might step into a sales tax dispute between the city of Shawnee and four tribes, Cherokee Nation Attorney General Todd Hembree said.
Backstage: Native American roles end up going to White actors Backstage: Native American roles end up going to White actors
Backstage reports on the controversy over the casting of Native American roles in film.
Fort Sill Apache Tribe awaits hearing over status in New Mexico Fort Sill Apache Tribe awaits hearing over status in New Mexico
The Fort Sill Apache Tribe is pressing for recognition from the state of New Mexico.
Duncan McCue: Hockey helps reconciliation of boarding schools Duncan McCue: Hockey helps reconciliation of boarding schools
Reporting for CBC News, Duncan McCue finds out hockey has played a role in the residential school reconciliation process.
Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations adopts budget cuts Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations adopts budget cuts
The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations adopted budget cuts at a special meeting on Wednesday.
Leslie Wheelock: USDA backs nutritious foods in Indian Country Leslie Wheelock: USDA backs nutritious foods in Indian Country
Leslie Wheelock, a member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin who serves as director of the Office of Tribal Relations, at the Department of Agriculture, discusses food distribution in Indian Country.
BIA tells energy firm to pay $418K for drilling on Blackfeet land BIA tells energy firm to pay $418K for drilling on Blackfeet land
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has told an energy company to pay $418,264 t landowners on the Blackfeet Nation in Montana.
Supreme Court backs broad interpretation of domestic violence Supreme Court backs broad interpretation of domestic violence
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday endorsed a broad interpretation of domestic violence in barring a Tennessee man from possessing guns.
Chickasaw man wins endorsement in campaign for Senate seat Chickasaw man wins endorsement in campaign for Senate seat
T.W. Shannon, a member of the Chickasaw Nation, has won a key endorsement in his campaign for the open U.S. Senate seat in Oklahoma.
Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Real world solutions for indigenous peoples Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Real world solutions for indigenous peoples
Dina Gilio-Whitaker defends her interpretation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Rep. Kirkpatrick wants Navajo family to stay on monument land Rep. Kirkpatrick wants Navajo family to stay on monument land
Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-Arizona) is helping a Navajo Nation family maintain its connection to Wupatki National Monument in Arizona.
Former chairman of Hopi Tribe denies theft of item from museum Former chairman of Hopi Tribe denies theft of item from museum
The former chairman of the Hopi Tribe of Arizona denies stealing a bronze bust of his grandfather from a museum on the reservation
Native Sun News: Standing Rock Sioux Tribe rejects military plan Native Sun News: Standing Rock Sioux Tribe rejects military plan
With an April 3 deadline looming for public comments on the military’s proposal to expand its Powder River Basin airspace training area in Indian Country, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has conditioned its permission on nothing less than total disarmament.
Audio from House subcommittee's hearing on Indian legislation Audio from House subcommittee's hearing on Indian legislation
The House Subcommittee on Indian and Alaska Native Affairs held a hearing this morning on two bills.

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