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Opinion: Democrats celebrate Andrew Jackson's Indian removal Opinion: Democrats celebrate Andrew Jackson's Indian removal
Writer says Democrats should stop celebrating the legacy of former president Andrew Jackson, who ordered the removal of Indian nations from their homelands.
Sen. McCain calls on NFL team owner to address racist mascot Sen. McCain calls on NFL team owner to address racist mascot
Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) called on Washington owner Dan Snyder to address the use of a racial slur as his football team's mascot.
Colorado lawmaker compared Indian tuition bill to 'reparations' Colorado lawmaker compared Indian tuition bill to 'reparations'
A Colorado lawmaker is coming under fire for voting against a bill to expand the Indian tuition program.
Gawker: Drummer was fired for criticizing   headdress photo shoot Gawker: Drummer was fired for criticizing headdress photo shoot
The drummer for the Flaming Lips was fired for criticizing a fake headdress worn by Christina Fallin, the daughter of Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R).
Doug Cuthand: Native education reform bill being rushed through Doug Cuthand: Native education reform bill being rushed through
Doug Cuthand says the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations must move quickly to oppose the controversial First Nations Control of First Nations Education Act.
Authorities investigate infant's death on Spirit Lake Reservation Authorities investigate infant's death on Spirit Lake Reservation
Tribal and federal authorities are investigating the death of an infant on the Spirit Lake Nation in North Dakota.
Alaska Native man faces charges for deaths of 2 state troopers Alaska Native man faces charges for deaths of 2 state troopers
An Alaska Native man was arrested in connection with the deaths of two state troopers in the village of Tanana.
NCAI praises inclusion of Alaska tribes in land-into-trust process NCAI praises inclusion of Alaska tribes in land-into-trust process
The National Congress of American Indians is praising the Obama administration for proposing a rule to include Alaska tribes in the land-into-trust process.
Columbian authorities question medicine man over teen's death Columbian authorities question medicine man over teen's death
Authorities in Columbia have questioned a medicine man connection with the death of an 18-year-old tourist.
WBUR: Family seeks answers in death of Wounded Knee activist WBUR: Family seeks answers in death of Wounded Knee activist
Journalist Paul DeMain calls on American Indian Movement leaders to come forward with information about the death of a 1973 occupation at Wounded Knee.
Gyasi Ross: NFL just doesn't care about racism against Natives Gyasi Ross: NFL just doesn't care about racism against Natives
Gyasi Ross wonders why the NFL hasn't taken action against the use of a racial slur against Native people.
IHS pays $275M to settle claims for back contract support costs IHS pays $275M to settle claims for back contract support costs
The Indian Health Service has paid $275 million so far to settle contract support costs claims.
Opinion: Funds for contract support costs should be mandatory Opinion: Funds for contract support costs should be mandatory
Funding for contract support costs in self-determination contracts must be mandatory, attorneys argue.
Leaders of Paskenta Band raise questions about chair's actions Leaders of Paskenta Band raise questions about chair's actions
Leaders of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians in California are trying to clear up an internal dispute before it gets messier.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee debates tribal energy measure Senate Indian Affairs Committee debates tribal energy measure
The Obama administration urged Congress to trust tribes with energy development at a Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing.
Clara Caufield: Sharing Cheyenne stories with a wider audience Clara Caufield: Sharing Cheyenne stories with a wider audience
I’m not a trained journalist, just a scribbler.
Native Sun News: Cowboy Indian Alliance rallies over Keystone Native Sun News: Cowboy Indian Alliance rallies over Keystone
As Indians from throughout the Northern Great Plains joined members of the Cowboy Indian Alliance at a rally in the nation’s capital against the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline, the controversial Canadian tar-sands crude slurry project became a midterm elections issue

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