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Law Article: FTC asserts jurisdiction over tribal Internet lenders Law Article: FTC asserts jurisdiction over tribal Internet lenders
Attorneys discuss lawsuit in which the Federal Trade Commission won a decision to assert authority over Internet lenders owned by tribal governments.
Suspect denies charges in death of Northern Cheyenne woman Suspect denies charges in death of Northern Cheyenne woman
The second suspect in the death of a member of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe of Montana appeared in federal court on Friday.
Onondaga Nation headed to DC to pursue justice for land claim Onondaga Nation headed to DC to pursue justice for land claim
The Onondaga Nation of New York is asking the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights for help with its land claim.
BIA holds listening sessions on Indian Child Welfare Act guidance BIA holds listening sessions on Indian Child Welfare Act guidance
The Bureau of Indian Affairs will hold two more listening sessions on the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Judge won't force Puyallup Tribe to comply with IRS levy request Judge won't force Puyallup Tribe to comply with IRS levy request
The Puyallup Tribe of Washington has prevailed in a taxation dispute with the Internal Revenue Service.
Alaska Supreme Court won't intervene in tribal leadership fight Alaska Supreme Court won't intervene in tribal leadership fight
The Alaska Supreme Court won't be getting involved in a leadership dispute within the Mendas Cha-Ag Tribe of Healy Lake.
Oglala Sioux Tribe alcohol referendum in limbo due to court case Oglala Sioux Tribe alcohol referendum in limbo due to court case
Members of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota voted last year to legalize alcohol but implementation remains in limbo.
Notah Begay's foundation backed out of Navajo golf tournament Notah Begay's foundation backed out of Navajo golf tournament
The Notah Begay III Foundation backed out of a golf tournament whose lead sponsor was the Original Americans Foundation.
Protesters dispute lineage of  San Pasqual Band's longtime chair Protesters dispute lineage of San Pasqual Band's longtime chair
More than 100 people participated in a protest against the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians of California.
Yurok Tribe works to revive language with help of public schools Yurok Tribe works to revive language with help of public schools
The Yurok Tribe of California is creating a new generation of Yurok language speakers with the help of local schools.
KTNN draws fire for hosting event with football team's foundation KTNN draws fire for hosting event with football team's foundation
KTNN, the radio station of the Navajo Nation, is under fire for hosting a golf tournament whose lead sponsor was the Original Americans Foundation:
Jacqueline Keeler: Racist name haunts urban Indian community Jacqueline Keeler: Racist name haunts urban Indian community
Jacqueline Keeler shares what it was like growing up with a racist Indian mascot in Cleveland, Illinois.
Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe battled labor unions too Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe battled labor unions too
As explained earlier, in the 1980’s the Northern Cheyenne Tribe secured an innovative agreement with Montana Power (MPC) for employment, training, air quality protection and other benefits.
Native Sun News: EEOC won't take up Native woman's complaint Native Sun News: EEOC won't take up Native woman's complaint
Former Sitka Tribal Associate Judge Betty Jo Moore vows she will pursue her claims of job discrimination, bullying and harassment against the Sitka Tribe
Shawn Atleo: First Nations gain control over educational system Shawn Atleo: First Nations gain control over educational system
Shawn Atleo, the chief of the Assembly of First Nations, explains why he supports the First Nations Control of First Nations Education Act despite opposition from Native leaders.
Bryan Brewer: Native people must continue fight for sovereignty Bryan Brewer: Native people must continue fight for sovereignty
Bryan Brewer, the president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota, discusses sovereignty.
Sharon Day: Walking the water to protect our future generations Sharon Day: Walking the water to protect our future generations
Sharon Day, the executive director of the Indigenous Peoples Task Force, shares word of the 2014 Ohio River Walk.
Moore/Taylor: Start decolonizing by reclaiming Indian traditions Moore/Taylor: Start decolonizing by reclaiming Indian traditions
Amy Moore and Mike Taylor say thinking like an Indian is the first step in decolonization.
Jeff Haozous: Fort Sill Apache Tribe deserves say in New Mexico Jeff Haozous: Fort Sill Apache Tribe deserves say in New Mexico
Jeff Haozous, the chairman of the Fort Sill Apache Tribe, says his people deserve a seat at the table in New Mexico.

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