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Audio for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on wildfires Audio for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on wildfires
Tribal lands and ancestral lands have suffered greatly from a spate of wildfires in recent years.
Protest planned over 'Siouxper Drunk' t-shirts in North Dakota Protest planned over 'Siouxper Drunk' t-shirts in North Dakota
Indian students at the University of North Dakota say leaders aren't doing enough to address the controversy.
White Earth man charged with murdering partner in house fire White Earth man charged with murdering partner in house fire
Charles J. Jones set the home he shared with Shalonda Clark on fire.
Guatemala's Congress votes to deny genocide of Mayan people Guatemala's Congress votes to deny genocide of Mayan people
Resolution claims genocide against Maya people was 'legally impossible.'
Native woman faces charges over fatal crash in Saskatchewan Native woman faces charges over fatal crash in Saskatchewan
Cheyann Peeteetuce faces charges in connection with the deaths of two teenage students.
Map shows most commonly spoken Native languages in states Map shows most commonly spoken Native languages in states
Cherokee is the most common Native language in 14 states while Navajo is the most common in 9 states.
DOI to announce next steps for Cobell land buy-back program DOI to announce next steps for Cobell land buy-back program
So far, more than $100 million in offers have been extended as part of a land consolidation program.
Forest County Potawatomi Tribe names CEO of business entity Forest County Potawatomi Tribe names CEO of business entity
Tom Devine will serve as chief executive officer of Potawatomi Business Development Corp.
Oglala Sioux Tribe makes arguments in uranium mining dispute Oglala Sioux Tribe makes arguments in uranium mining dispute
The Atomic Safety and Licensing Board is moving quickly on a uranium mine opposed by the Oglala Sioux Tribe of South Dakota.
Alaska Native man pleads not guilty for deaths of two troopers Alaska Native man pleads not guilty for deaths of two troopers
An Alaska Native man pleaded not guilty to charges that he murdered two state troopers
Native Sun News: Cobell checks could be delayed to December Native Sun News: Cobell checks could be delayed to December
The seemingly endless wait for the release of the second Cobell payments to tribal beneficiaries seems to be getting longer.
Mississippi Choctaws provide names to red wolf puppies at zoo Mississippi Choctaws provide names to red wolf puppies at zoo
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians held a naming ceremony for eight endangered red wolf puppies.
Blog: Cowboys and Indians take a stand against Keystone XL Blog: Cowboys and Indians take a stand against Keystone XL
A report from the Cowboy Indian Alliance protest against the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Crosscut: Matika Wilbur on photo road trip thru Indian Country Crosscut: Matika Wilbur on photo road trip thru Indian Country
Photographer Matika Wilbur continues her effort to document nearly every federally recognized tribe through her Project 562.
Editorial: Return to table for reforms of First Nations education Editorial: Return to table for reforms of First Nations education
Newspaper calls on Native leaders and the Canadian government to return to the table to discuss the future of the First Nations Control of First Nations Education Act:
Five arrested as power debate continues within Cayuga Nation Five arrested as power debate continues within Cayuga Nation
Five people were arrested in an incident that may or may not be tied to an ongoing leadership dispute within the Cayuga Nation.
Leadership dispute within Paskenta Band appears to escalate Leadership dispute within Paskenta Band appears to escalate
A leadership dispute within the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians in California is getting messier.
Senate to vote on Diane Humetewa as federal judge in Arizona Senate to vote on Diane Humetewa as federal judge in Arizona
The Senate is set to vote today on the nomination of Diane Humetewa to serve as a federal judge in Arizona.
DOJ supports Agua Caliente Band in litigation over water rights DOJ supports Agua Caliente Band in litigation over water rights
The Obama administration is supporting the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians in its water right lawsuit.
Q&A with attorney on FTC lawsuit against tribal online lenders Q&A with attorney on FTC lawsuit against tribal online lenders
The Oklahoman talks to attorney Andre Caldwell about the significance of a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit against Internet lenders owned by tribes.
Gyasi Ross: Paying tribute to a Native superhero -- Billy Frank Gyasi Ross: Paying tribute to a Native superhero -- Billy Frank
Gyasi Ross pays tribute to the late treaty rights advocate Billy Frank Jr.
Steven Newcomb: Moving towards a future free of colonialism Steven Newcomb: Moving towards a future free of colonialism
Steven Newcomb shares the colonial roots of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

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