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Al Jazeera: Pascua Yaqui Tribe looks for justice under VAWA Al Jazeera: Pascua Yaqui Tribe looks for justice under VAWA
The Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona is one of the first tribes to exercise authority over non-Indian domestic violence offenders.
CSKT firm lands $1.8M contract to provide military equipment CSKT firm lands $1.8M contract to provide military equipment
A business owned by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of Montana has won a $1.8 million contract.
Yakama Nation sues to put a stop to tours on sacred mountain Yakama Nation sues to put a stop to tours on sacred mountain
The Yakama Nation of Washington is suing the federal government to stop public tours on the sacred Rattlesnake Mountain.
District leaders on Tohono O'odham Nation removed over theft District leaders on Tohono O'odham Nation removed over theft
Four leaders of a district on the Tohono O'odham Nation of Arizona were removed from office after being accused of theft.
Florida court rejects tribal jurisdiction in child custody dispute Florida court rejects tribal jurisdiction in child custody dispute
The Miccosukee Tribe lacks jurisdiction in a child custody dispute, a Florida appeals court ruled on Wednesday.
South Dakota Tribal Relations Secretary to step down from job South Dakota Tribal Relations Secretary to step down from job
Leroy “J.R.” LaPlante, South Dakota's Secretary of Tribal Relations, is stepping down from his post after three years on the job.
Former Cedarville Rancheria leader back in court for murders Former Cedarville Rancheria leader back in court for murders
Cherie Lash Rhoades, the former chairwoman of the Cedarville Rancheria of California, was back in court on Wednesday in her murder case.
Indiana settles lawsuit over religious rights of Indian inmates Indiana settles lawsuit over religious rights of Indian inmates
The Indiana Department of Corrections has reached a settlement with Indian inmates who said their religious rights were being violated.
Northern Arapaho Tribe per cap stirs boost in local economy Northern Arapaho Tribe per cap stirs boost in local economy
Members of the Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming are boosting the local economy thanks to a $6,300 per capita payment.
Joyce Oberly: Teach all sides of tribal land theft in Oklahoma Joyce Oberly: Teach all sides of tribal land theft in Oklahoma
Joyce Oberly discusses the loss of tribal lands with the Land Run of 1889 in Oklahoma.
John Kane: Keystone battle is about Native identity and land John Kane: Keystone battle is about Native identity and land
John Kane explains why Native people are leading the fight against the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline.
Albert Bender: Cowboys and Indians unite to fight Keystone Albert Bender: Cowboys and Indians unite to fight Keystone
Albert Bender discusses the Cowboy Indian Alliance that was formed to stop the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline.
Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Treating Native culture as a commodity Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Treating Native culture as a commodity
Dina Gilio-Whitaker discusses the good, the bad and the ugly of treating Native culture as a commodity.
Graton Rancheria defends decision to pave over historic site Graton Rancheria defends decision to pave over historic site
A housing developer paved over a historic burial ground and village with the consent of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria.
North Dakota commission backs power line opposed by tribes North Dakota commission backs power line opposed by tribes
The North Dakota Public Service Commission approved an electrical transmission line through the Killdeer Mountain Battlefield Historic Site.
Steven Newcomb: Gradual stealing of Western Shoshone land Steven Newcomb: Gradual stealing of Western Shoshone land
Steven Newcomb explores the convoluted logic behind the gradual stealing of lands promised to the Western Shoshone Nation by treaty.
Navajo Nation Council fails to revive higher tax on junk foods Navajo Nation Council fails to revive higher tax on junk foods
The Navajo Nation Council failed to revive a higher tax on junk foods.
Tim Giago: Taking a trip down memory lane with Lakota Times Tim Giago: Taking a trip down memory lane with Lakota Times
A brand new newspaper calling itself the Lakota Times hit the streets of the Pine Ridge Reservation for the first time on July 1, 1981.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe puts hold on ethics board Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe puts hold on ethics board
Larry Eagle Bull and Jackie Siers are relative newcomers to the world of tribal politics.

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