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Blog: Internet lenders can longer hide behind tribal immunity Blog: Internet lenders can longer hide behind tribal immunity
The Federal Trade Commission says Internet lenders in Indian Country must comply with federal consumer protection laws.
NCAI and Oneida Nation welcome UN statement on racist name NCAI and Oneida Nation welcome UN statement on racist name
The National Congress of the American Indians and the Oneida Nation welcomed the involvement of the United Nations in the campaign against the Washington professional football team's racist mascot.
Late Chickasaw Nation ambassador to join tribe's Hall of Fame Late Chickasaw Nation ambassador to join tribe's Hall of Fame
The late Charles Blackwell will be inducted into the Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame.
Quileute Nation holds annual Welcoming the Whales ceremony Quileute Nation holds annual Welcoming the Whales ceremony
The Quileute Tribe of Washington held its 7th annual Welcoming the Whales ceremony this morning.
Seminole Tribe expands economy with stake in citrus company Seminole Tribe expands economy with stake in citrus company
The Seminole Tribe of Florida acquired a 60 percent stake in a citrus company.
Mescalero Apache Tribe seeks Congressional bill for land swap Mescalero Apache Tribe seeks Congressional bill for land swap
The Mescalero Apache Tribe of New Mexico is pursuing a land swap through an act of Congress.
Leader of Lower Brule Sioux Tribe addresses Keystone XL letter Leader of Lower Brule Sioux Tribe addresses Keystone XL letter
A letter that ties the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe of South Dakota to the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline is only a contingency, Vice Chairman Boyd Gourneau said.
KPLU:  Stillaguamish Tribe monitors fish after deadly mudslide KPLU: Stillaguamish Tribe monitors fish after deadly mudslide
The Stillaguamish Tribe of Washington is monitoring fish runs to determine whether there are any impacts from a deadly mudslide.
Suspended Native lawmaker Patrick Brazeau arrested yet again Suspended Native lawmaker Patrick Brazeau arrested yet again
Suspended Sen. Patrick Brazeau is in legal trouble again.
KUOW: Billy Frank Jr. still fighting for salmon and treaty rights KUOW: Billy Frank Jr. still fighting for salmon and treaty rights
Billy Frank Jr., the chairman of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, is still fighting for salmon and treaty rights, decades after the fish wars in Washington.
Northern Arapaho Tribe to issue per cap from trust settlement Northern Arapaho Tribe to issue per cap from trust settlement
The Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming announced a per capita payment from a recent trust fund settlement.
Navajo Nation Council opposes 'disparaging' mascots in sports Navajo Nation Council opposes 'disparaging' mascots in sports
The Navajo Nation Council advanced a resolution that opposes the use of racist mascots in professional sports.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius resigns Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius resigns
Kathleen Sebelius, the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, is leaving the Obama administration.
Regina Brave: Oglala Sioux Tribe cites treaties in Keystone fight Regina Brave: Oglala Sioux Tribe cites treaties in Keystone fight
A prayer ceremony was conducted by our spiritual leaders for all the people who committed to protect treaty lands through peaceful, non-violent action against the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Native Sun News: Native advocates worried about cyberbullying Native Sun News: Native advocates worried about cyberbullying
Cyber bullying is on the rise across the country and many are concerned with the impact that it is having on Native American youth.
John Christian-Hopkins: Searching for compromise with a friend John Christian-Hopkins: Searching for compromise with a friend
Can liberals and conservatives be friends, even when it comes to conflicting views on assimilation?
Ruth Hopkins: Don't play into Hollywood's white privilege game Ruth Hopkins: Don't play into Hollywood's white privilege game
Ruth Hopkins says Native people should tell their own stories and not rely on the mainstream media.

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