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North Dakota tribe ranks high among energy producers in US North Dakota tribe ranks high among energy producers in US
The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation of North Dakota is hosting an energy summit.
Navajo family sues restaurant over drunken driving deaths Navajo family sues restaurant over drunken driving deaths
A family from the Navajo Nation is suing an Applebee’s restaurant in New Mexico for the deaths of two sisters.
Paskenta Band suspends family during contentious meeting Paskenta Band suspends family during contentious meeting
The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians in California has suspended a group of tribal members, Action News Now reports.
Crushplate: 10 disturbing facts about Indian Country health Crushplate: 10 disturbing facts about Indian Country health
The Crushplate blog uncovers 10 disturbing facts regarding the health of Native Americans.
Brent Cahwee: Shoni Schimmel brings her show to the WNBA Brent Cahwee: Shoni Schimmel brings her show to the WNBA
Shoni Schimmel, a member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, is headed to the WNBA.
WXPR: Forest County Potawatomi Tribe taps green energy WXPR: Forest County Potawatomi Tribe taps green energy
The Forest County Potawatomi Tribe of Wisconsin is harnessing solar power and alternative forms of energy.
Opinion: Tribal members challenge California taxation rules Opinion: Tribal members challenge California taxation rules
David Kline of the California Taxpayers Association calls on the Franchise Tax Board to set clear income tax rules, citing cases involving tribal members.
Mary Pember: Ojibwe women rise to protect the environment Mary Pember: Ojibwe women rise to protect the environment
Mary Annette Pember discusses the connection between Ojibwe women and the environment.
Videos: Cowboy Indian Alliance protests Keystone XL Pipeline Videos: Cowboy Indian Alliance protests Keystone XL Pipeline
The Cowboy Indian Alliance arrived in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday to protest the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline.
Gyasi Ross: Stop Keystone XL Pipeline and protect homelands Gyasi Ross: Stop Keystone XL Pipeline and protect homelands
Gyasi Ross calls on Indian Country to help stop the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline.
Gathering of Nations ready for annual powwow and pageant Gathering of Nations ready for annual powwow and pageant
The 31st annual Gathering of Nations kicks off tomorrow in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Washington team owner says he 'understands' Indian issues Washington team owner says he 'understands' Indian issues
Washington football team owner Dan Snyder says he 'understands' the issues facing Indian Country but his racist mascots isn't one of them.
Jacoby Ellsbury makes strong debut with New York Yankees Jacoby Ellsbury makes strong debut with New York Yankees
Navajo baseball star Jacoby Ellsbury made his debut with the New York Yankees on Tuesday night.
Supreme Court allows ban on affirmative action in Michigan Supreme Court allows ban on affirmative action in Michigan
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to overturn a voter-approved ban on affirmative action in Michigan.
Native Sun News: Oglala student makes name as young writer Native Sun News: Oglala student makes name as young writer
Marcus Bear Eagle, who is a full time student at OLC as a Lakota Studies Major with emphasis on Language, is the recent recipient of the Great Plains Emerging Tribal Writer Award for 2014.
Zoltán Grossman: Cowboy Indian Alliance rides in Washington Zoltán Grossman: Cowboy Indian Alliance rides in Washington
It’s not everyday you see cowboys helping to set up a tipi encampment, but that’s what is happening this week on the National Mall.
Mark Trahant: Budget predictions at the Indian Health Service Mark Trahant: Budget predictions at the Indian Health Service
What does the Indian health system look like a year from now? What about in a decade?
Steve Russell: Indians often seen an obstacle to government Steve Russell: Indians often seen an obstacle to government
Steve Russell on the missing checks and balances when it comes to Indian policy.
Malcolm Benally: Some Navajo leaders clueless on mascots Malcolm Benally: Some Navajo leaders clueless on mascots
Malcolm Benally, a member of the Navajo Nation, supports the elimination of disparaging mascots in sports.

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