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Nez Perce Tribe sues to block gold mine on federal forest land
The Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho is suing the Obama administration to stop a gold mine.
New York Times magazine runs feature on Anna Mae Aquash
The Sunday magazine of The New York Times has published a lengthy feature on the murder of American Indian Movement activist Anna Mae Pictou Aquash.
Tribal sex offender who failed to register arrested in California
A sex offender who failed to register with the Warm Springs Tribes of Oregon has been arrested in California.
Husband of former Cedarville Rancheria chair reveals threats
The husband of Cherie Lash Rhoades, the former chairwoman of the Cedarville Rancheria of California, said his wife made threats about shooting people.
Secretary Jewell reiterates push for land-into-trust approvals
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell reiterated her plan to approve more land-into-trust applications.
County wants to deliver apology to Salish and Kootenai Tribes
Commissioners in Ravalli County, Montana, say they have been trying to deliver an apology letter to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.
Cowboy Indian Alliance continues Keystone XL protests in DC
The Cowboy Indian Alliance continued their protests against the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline
USDA Blog: Tribes meet for annual Food Sovereignty Summit
Department of Agriculture officials attended the annual Food Sovereignty Summit earlier this month.
Alex Skibine: Agreement doesn't solve Indian mascot problem
Alex Skibine says agreement between University of Utah and the Ute Tribe doesn't address the problem of Indian mascots:
Migizi Pensoneau: A 'big deal' over Native depictions in media
Filmmaker Migizi Pensoneau, a founding member of The 1491s, discusses why representations of Native people are important.
NPR: Havasupai Tribe celebrates victory in blood study dispute
The Havasupai Tribe of Arizona celebrated Blood Victory Day this week.
Yurok Tribe signs agreement to release condors into the wild
The Yurok Tribe of California will be releasing captive-bred condors into the wild.
Hualapai Tribe enters settlement on Skywalk tourist attraction
The Hualapai Tribe of Arizona reached a settlement regarding the operation of the Grand Canyon Skywalk.
Meskwaki Tribe ready to start construction on $6M travel plaza
The Meskwaki Tribe of Iowa plans to open a $6 million travel plaza this fall.
Meet Native America: Chairman Reno Franklin of Kashia Band
The National Museum of the American Indian continues its Meet Native America series with Reno Keoni Franklin.
Interview with Arigon Starr on creation of Super Indian comic
Arigon Starr discusses how she turned a radio series into Super Indian Comics.
Opinion: 5 reasons for Indigenous People's Day in Minneapolis
Writer supports renaming of Columbus Day to Indigenous People's Day in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Opinion: A messy 'sideshow' in the Cobell trust fund litigation
A former clerk for Judge Royce Lamberth continues to discuss the opinion that led the Bush administration to seek his removal from the Cobell trust fund lawsuit.
New York charges tribal fishermen with illegal elver poaching
The state of New York has charged several tribal members with poaching elvers.
Group in Washington continues to criticize tribal gas tax deals
The Automotive United Trades Organization released a report that questioned how tribes are using gasoline tax revenues.
Ruth Hopkins: Serious debate on marijuana in Indian Country
Ruth Hopkins urges tribes to consider legalizing marijuana on their reservations.
North Dakota tribe reports $184M in tax revenue from drilling
The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation of North Dakota is seeing big returns from oil development on the reservation.
Energy company vows complete disclosure of fracking fluids
Baker Hughes said it will provide complete disclosure of chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing.
Native activists occupy oilfield site in Peru to demand cleanup
Native activists are occupying the largest oilfield site in Peru.
Ivan Starr: Paying tribute to Lakota veteran Joe Brown Eyes
Dedicating this article to the late Joe Brown Eyes, my hunka (adopted) brother, a fellow veteran and friend, is the least I can do.
Native Sun News: Indian parents sued after criticizing school
When the Oxendines spoke out about the Thanksgiving Day practices of Maria Montessori they hoped to spread awareness about the culturally insensitive practices that were being fostered by the private school.
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