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Blog: Tribes pressure Obama to reject controversial Keystone XL Blog: Tribes pressure Obama to reject controversial Keystone XL
Tribal leaders are pressuring the Obama administration to reject the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline.
Blog: Native women leading battle against use of racist mascots Blog: Native women leading battle against use of racist mascots
She The People on the Native women who are leading the campaign against the continued use of racist mascots.
Senate measure introduced to fix Carcieri land-into-trust ruling Senate measure introduced to fix Carcieri land-into-trust ruling
A bipartisan group of lawmakers in the Senate introduced a bill to fix the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Carcieri v. Salazar.
Pair indicted for 2013 murder   on Northern Cheyenne Reservation Pair indicted for 2013 murder on Northern Cheyenne Reservation
Two people have been indicted in connection with a murder on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in Montana.
Seized items returned to Custer Battlefield Museum in Montana Seized items returned to Custer Battlefield Museum in Montana
The federal government reached a settlement with the Custer Battlefield Museum in Montana.
New York sues FedEx for delivering cigarettes from Indian firms New York sues FedEx for delivering cigarettes from Indian firms
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed suit against FedEx, accusing the shipping giant of violating state and federal law by delivering cigarettes from smoke shops in Indian Country.
Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on bills Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on bills
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee will hold a business meeting and hearing tomorrow.
Sycuan Band extends partnership with baseball team until 2018 Sycuan Band extends partnership with baseball team until 2018
The Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation extended its relationship with the San Diego Padres.
Lisa Charleyboy: Group helps young Natives succeed in business Lisa Charleyboy: Group helps young Natives succeed in business
Lisa Charleyboy reports on efforts by the Aboriginal Professional Association of Canada to help young Natives succeed in urban settings.
Oneida Nation court puts halt to removal effort against chairman Oneida Nation court puts halt to removal effort against chairman
Chairman Ed Delgado of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin will remain in office.
Navajo man resigns from top position at Indian arts organization Navajo man resigns from top position at Indian arts organization
John Torres-Nez, a member of the Navajo Nation, unexpectedly resigned as chief operating officer of the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts on Monday.
Former director of NMAI calls team's foundation 'bait and switch' Former director of NMAI calls team's foundation 'bait and switch'
Rick West, the founding director of the National Museum of the American Indian, said the owner of the Washington professional football team is trying to draw attention away from his racist mascot.
Peter MacDonald defends racist mascot at Navajo Nation Council Peter MacDonald defends racist mascot at Navajo Nation Council
Peter MacDonald, a former chairman of the Navajo Nation, defended the Washington football team's racist mascot at a Navajo Nation Council committee meeting.
NPR:  Grand Ronde Tribes moving to disenroll descendants of chief NPR: Grand Ronde Tribes moving to disenroll descendants of chief
NPR reports on a disenrollment effort within the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde in Oregon.
Steven Newcomb: Responding to a non-Native critic of my words Steven Newcomb: Responding to a non-Native critic of my words
Steven Newcomb takes on a critic of his recent debate with Dina Gilio-Whitaker, another Indian Country Today columnist.
Pascua Yaqui Tribe exercises VAWA jurisdiction in five cases Pascua Yaqui Tribe exercises VAWA jurisdiction in five cases
The Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona is currently prosecuting five non-Indian domestic violence offenders.
Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe remains split on coal Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe remains split on coal
As explained in earlier segments, the Northern Cheyenne Tribe in Montana has long debated potential development of its rich coal reserves.
Ted Quasula: Gary Edwards wrong to capitalize on racist slur Ted Quasula: Gary Edwards wrong to capitalize on racist slur
Ted Quasula, a former head of law enforcement at the Bureau of Indian Affairs, criticizes friend and colleague Gary Edwards for supporting the Washington football team's racist mascot.

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