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Editorial: Shameful protest through archaeological site in Utah Editorial: Shameful protest through archaeological site in Utah
Newspaper criticizes county official in Utah for proposing an illegal ATV ride through Recapture Canyon.
Tribal leaders laud inclusion of Alaska in land-into-trust process Tribal leaders laud inclusion of Alaska in land-into-trust process
Tribal leaders in Alaska are welcoming the chance to participate in the land-into-trust process for the first time.
Police officer not guilty for incident with 12-year-old Native boy Police officer not guilty for incident with 12-year-old Native boy
A police officer in Ontario was found not guilty of assaulting a Native boy.
Man charged for murders of two Native women in Saskatchewan Man charged for murders of two Native women in Saskatchewan
A Saskatchewan man has been charged for murdering two Native women.
Squaxin Island Tribe to webcast funeral services for Billy Frank Squaxin Island Tribe to webcast funeral services for Billy Frank
The Squaxin Island Tribe of Washington will broadcast funeral services for the late treaty rights advocate Billy Frank Jr.
DOI extends $1.6M buyback offers for Makah Nation landowners DOI extends $1.6M buyback offers for Makah Nation landowners
The Interior Department has extended $1.6 million in buy-back offers on the Makah Nation in Washington.
Interview: Frank Waln on his Keystone XL Pipeline protest song Interview: Frank Waln on his Keystone XL Pipeline protest song
The National Journal interviews Frank Waln about his Keystone XL Pipeline protest song.
Opinion: NYT let FBI off easy in feature on Anna Mae's murder Opinion: NYT let FBI off easy in feature on Anna Mae's murder
Author Shawn Hendricks says The New York Times failed to report on how the FBI botched the murder of Anna Mae Pictou Aquash.
Agua Caliente Band starts work for housing units on trust land Agua Caliente Band starts work for housing units on trust land
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians broke ground on a housing development.
Gyasi Ross: Native mothers keep going despite many obstacles Gyasi Ross: Native mothers keep going despite many obstacles
Ahead of Mother's Day, Gyasi Ross pays tribute to all the Native mothers that endured genocide, assimilation, racism, poverty and more.
Oneida Nation holds primary vote for chairman and council seats Oneida Nation holds primary vote for chairman and council seats
The Oneida Nation of Wisconsin holds a primary election on Saturday.
Poarch Band sends another $750K to attorney general candidate Poarch Band sends another $750K to attorney general candidate
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians donated another $750,000 to political action committees in Alabama.
Neal McCaleb honored in Oklahoma for decades of public service Neal McCaleb honored in Oklahoma for decades of public service
Neal McCaleb, a member of the Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma, was honored for his decades of public service.
Meet Native America: Judi Gaiashkibos of Nebraska commission Meet Native America: Judi Gaiashkibos of Nebraska commission
The National Museum of the American Indian continues its Meet Native America series with Judi M. Gaiashkibos, the executive director of the Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs.
Time: Player accuses NFL of not being concerned about racism Time: Player accuses NFL of not being concerned about racism
The NFL is more concerned about money than racism, Seattle Seahawks player Richard Sherman told Time Magazine.
Kate Fort: Closed ICWA hearings in South Dakota raise concerns Kate Fort: Closed ICWA hearings in South Dakota raise concerns
Professor Kate Fort explains why South Dakota's closed Indian Child Welfare Act hearings pose a problem for Indian parents and children.
Senate committee holds confirmation hearing for HHS nominee Senate committee holds confirmation hearing for HHS nominee
A Senate committee held a confirmation hearing for Sylvia Mathews Burwell to serve as the new leader of the Department of Health and Human Services.
Q&A:  Why the Affordable Care Act matters to Native Americans Q&A: Why the Affordable Care Act matters to Native Americans
Attorneys Mike McBride III and Cori H. Loomis explain why the Affordable Care Act is important in Indian Country.
Michael Gross: Tribes must protect self-determination contracts Michael Gross: Tribes must protect self-determination contracts
Attorney Michael Gross calls for a permanent solution to protect self-determination and contract support costs.
Opinion: Billy Frank Jr. was a Nelson Mandela for the Northwest Opinion: Billy Frank Jr. was a Nelson Mandela for the Northwest
Writer praises legacy of treaty rights and water advocate Billy Frank Jr.
Ernie Stevens: Billy Frank Jr. removed the hands of oppression Ernie Stevens: Billy Frank Jr. removed the hands of oppression
Billy was one of the most energetic and loving mentors that I ever knew.

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