KNAU: Former advisor of Navajo Nation charged for fund misuse (April 3, 2014)
A former financial adviser for the Navajo Nation has been charged in connection with a misuse of funds case that has ensnared several delegates to the Navajo Nation Council.
Former chairman of Mashantucket Tribe seeks new trial for theft (April 3, 2014)
Michael Thomas, the former chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut, is asking for a new trial on theft charges.
Former lawmaker pleads guilty in Chippewa Cree corruption case (April 3, 2014)
Tony Belcourt, a former Montana state lawmaker, pleaded guilty in connection with the theft of federal funds from the Chippewa Cree Tribe.
Judge won't dismiss charges over murder of boy at Rocky Boy's (April 3, 2014)
A federal judge refused to dismiss charges against a woman who is accused of murdering an 11-month-old boy on the Rocky Boy's Reservation in Montana.
Lawmakers question delay in payments from Cobell settlement (April 3, 2014)
Sen. Jon Tester (D-Montana) and Sen. John Walsh (D-Montana) want to know why payments from the $3.4 billion Cobell settlement haven't been distributed.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation closes cultural center due to damage (April 3, 2014)
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma has closed its Cultural Heritage Center due to water damage.
Opinion: Deal with Crow Tribe helps meet world's energy needs (April 3, 2014)
Colin Marshall, CEO of Cloud Peak Energy, touts a coal exploration agreement with the Crow Tribe of Montana.
Brent Cahwee: Shoni Schimmel and her amazing college career (April 3, 2014)
Brent Cahwee looks at the rise of Shoni Schimmel, a member of the Umatilla Tribes whose basketball career has stirred pride throughout Indian Country.
Opinion: New movement takes 'Chief Wahoo' out of team's gear (April 3, 2014)
Columnist discusses new movement among some fans of the Cleveland baseball team to remove the offensive Chief Wahoo mascot from jerseys and caps.
Shawn Atleo: First Nations must turn page on residential schools (April 3, 2014)
Shawn Atleo, the chief of the Assembly of First Nations, discusses what should happen now that the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada has wrapped up its hearings.
Prosecutors offer deal over vandalism at Berry Creek Rancheria (April 3, 2014)
Prosecutors in Butte County, California, are offering a deal to people who have been indicted in connection with a protest at the Berry Creek Rancheria.
City sues Fond du Lac Band in federal court over land-into-trust (April 3, 2014)
The city of Duluth, Minnesota, filed a lawsuit in federal court in hopes of stopping the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians from pursuing a land-into-trust application.
Supreme Court strikes cap on individual campaign contributions (April 3, 2014)
A divided U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down a decades-old cap on the amount of money an individual can contribute during an election cycle.
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee approved two federal recognition bills at a business meeting on Wednesday.
David Treuer: Dan Snyder emerges as yet another 'Indian giver' (April 3, 2014)
Ojibwe author David Treuer calls the Original Americans Foundation a "donation depot" for Washington football team owner Dan Snyder.
Audio from House subcommittee hearing on Cobell land buyback (April 3, 2014)
The House Subcommittee on Indian and Alaska Native Affairs held an oversight hearing this afternoon to discuss the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations.
Audio from House committee hearing with DOI Secretary Jewell (April 3, 2014)
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell testified before the House Natural Resources Committee this morning.
Lower Brule Sioux Tribe questioned over stance on Keystone XL (April 3, 2014)
The Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of South Dakota is being questioned over its stance on the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Larry Roberts: Answers about the Cobell land buy-back program (April 3, 2014)
Larry Roberts, the deputy assistant secretary at the Bureau of Indian Affairs, offers some answers about the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations.
Native Sun News: Judge dismisses charges in fatal horse shooting (April 3, 2014)
In a highly charged and well publicized case involving the shooting of horses owned by a Native American family, charges against the accused were dismissed last week by a judge in Lake Andes.
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