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Nation mourns passing of treaty rights advocate Billy Frank Jr. Nation mourns passing of treaty rights advocate Billy Frank Jr.
Tribal, federal and state officials across the country are mourning the passing of treaty rights advocate Billy Frank Jr.
ASU News: Jicarilla Apache senior eyes career in tribal justice ASU News: Jicarilla Apache senior eyes career in tribal justice
Carley Tafoya, a member of the Jicarilla Apache Nation, plans to pursue a law degree to address criminal justice issues in Indian Country.
Death on Standing Rock Sioux Reservation ruled hypothermia Death on Standing Rock Sioux Reservation ruled hypothermia
An autopsy confirmed that hypothermia was the cause of death for a woman on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.
Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on bills Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on bills
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee holds a hearing tomorrow on five bills.
WRVO: Cayuga Nation stuck in decade-long leadership dispute WRVO: Cayuga Nation stuck in decade-long leadership dispute
Members of the Cayuga Nation of New York continue to dispute the leadership role held by Clint Halftown.
KNAU: Navajo Nation families get electricity for the first time KNAU: Navajo Nation families get electricity for the first time
Dozens of families on the Navajo Nation are getting electricity in their homes for the first time.
Opinion: Puyallup Tribe prevails in per capita dispute with IRS Opinion: Puyallup Tribe prevails in per capita dispute with IRS
Accountant discusses case in which the Puyallup Tribe of Washington fought the Internal Revenue Service over a per capita issue.
Ryan Wilson: Indian Country loses a great warrior in Billy Frank Ryan Wilson: Indian Country loses a great warrior in Billy Frank
The fishing and treaty rights warrior has gone home, even at the age of 83 it seems unfair and too soon.
John Christian Hopkins: Tribute to Narragansett running legend John Christian Hopkins: Tribute to Narragansett running legend
John Christian Hopkins shares the story of his uncle, Ellison Brown, a member of the Narragansett Tribe who was a running legend.
Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate signs parole agreement with state Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate signs parole agreement with state
The Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate signed an agreement to allow tribal members to serve their parole on the reservation.
Grand jury subpoenas business linked to tribal Internet lenders Grand jury subpoenas business linked to tribal Internet lenders
A federal grand jury has issued a subpoena to a business linked to tribal Internet lenders.
Billy Frank: Oil terminal project threatens fishing in Washington Billy Frank: Oil terminal project threatens fishing in Washington
Here is the last column from Billy Frank Jr., the chairman of the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission who passed away on Monday at the age of 83.
New leaders claim to be in control of Chukchansi Tribe council New leaders claim to be in control of Chukchansi Tribe council
A leadership dispute within the Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians of California seems to be getting messier.
Federal judge hears arguments in Cherokee Freedmen dispute Federal judge hears arguments in Cherokee Freedmen dispute
A federal judge heard a lawsuit that will determine whether the Freedmen are entitled to citizenship within the Cherokee Nation.
Group announces location for new Indigenous Fine Art Market Group announces location for new Indigenous Fine Art Market
The inaugural Indigenous Fine Art Market will be held at the Santa Fe Railyard in Santa Fe, New Mexico, this August.
Jamul Band upset by racist message on sign near reservation Jamul Band upset by racist message on sign near reservation
The Jamul Indian Village of California said it was horrified by a racist message that appeared on an electronic sign near the reservation.
11th Circuit stops Seminole Tribe from suing state over fuel tax 11th Circuit stops Seminole Tribe from suing state over fuel tax
The Seminole Tribe can't sue the state of Florida over fuel taxes, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.
Northern Arapaho man announces run for Wyoming Legislature Northern Arapaho man announces run for Wyoming Legislature
Sergio Maldonado, a member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe, announced his campaign for the Wyoming Legislature.
Brandon Ecoffey: Some GOP candidates fail to impress at forum Brandon Ecoffey: Some GOP candidates fail to impress at forum
With an open mind I attended the GOP forum hosted by the South Dakota Newspaper Association to see if one of the five Republican candidates present has what it takes
Native Sun News: Ho-Chunk fighter aims for spot on reality show Native Sun News: Ho-Chunk fighter aims for spot on reality show
Having been a Martial Artist for most of her adult life, Sharice Davids, Ho-Chunk, knows where she wants all her practice to take her

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