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Residential school survivors want testimony kept confidential Residential school survivors want testimony kept confidential
Stories of abuse could be made public by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Report urges additional funds for wildfires and forestry at BIA Report urges additional funds for wildfires and forestry at BIA
The agency needs another $100 million and another 800 employees to ensure tribal and Indian forest lands are protected.
Report released into death of boy on reserve in Saskatchewan Report released into death of boy on reserve in Saskatchewan
Six-year-old boy was killed and authorities said a 10-year-old boy was to blame.
Alaska Native man pleads not guilty to stealing from nonprofits Alaska Native man pleads not guilty to stealing from nonprofits
Robert W. Loescher accused of stealing $21,500 from two Alaska Native organizations.
Cherokee Nation Businesses chooses executive vice president Cherokee Nation Businesses chooses executive vice president
Cherokee Nation Businesses has a new executive vice president as the search for a CEO continues.
Oklahoma woman charged for near fatal beating of 3-year-old Oklahoma woman charged for near fatal beating of 3-year-old
Lisa Botone initially told police from the Absentee Shawnee Tribe that someone broke into her home on the day the girl was severely injured.
USDA Blog: Ft. McDermitt Paiute-Shoshone Tribe airs concerns USDA Blog: Ft. McDermitt Paiute-Shoshone Tribe airs concerns
The Department of Agriculture took its Farm Bill Road Show to the Fort McDermitt Paiute-Shoshone Tribe in Nevada.
Sault Tribe leaders bar newspaper from special board meeting Sault Tribe leaders bar newspaper from special board meeting
The Soo Evening News was ordered to leave a meeting that was being recorded.
Judge won't let rival factions of Caddo Nation manage programs Judge won't let rival factions of Caddo Nation manage programs
Accounting statements submitted to the Court of Indian Offenses might indicate mismanagement of tribal funds.
DNA of girl found in Mexico linked to present-day Native people DNA of girl found in Mexico linked to present-day Native people
Even though researchers say the girl did not physically resemble modern-day Natives, DNA testing showed that she shared similar genes.
New Mexico lawmakers dispute Navajo Nation water rights deal New Mexico lawmakers dispute Navajo Nation water rights deal
New Mexico lawmakers say a water rights settlement with the Navajo Nation was not properly approved.
Voters of Red Lake Nation choose Darrell Seki as new chairman Voters of Red Lake Nation choose Darrell Seki as new chairman
Darrell G. Seki defeated incumbent Chairman Floyd Jourdain by a vote of 1907 to 1284.
Protesters face charges for ride through archaeological site in Utah Protesters face charges for ride through archaeological site in Utah
As many as 40 to 50 people on ATVS rode through Recapture Canyon, an area held sacred by Paiute tribes.
Disenrolled members of Berry Creek Rancheria fight indictment Disenrolled members of Berry Creek Rancheria fight indictment
Two dozen people who have been charged for a protest at the Berry Creek Rancheria in California are seeking to have the indictment dismissed.
Hospital reports Native family for using traditional treatments Hospital reports Native family for using traditional treatments
Children's Aid Society plans to meet with leaders of the New Credit First Nation to discuss treatment for 11-year-old girl who suffers from leukemia.
Mary Pember: Ojibwe women pray for most polluted river in US Mary Pember: Ojibwe women pray for most polluted river in US
Mary Annette Pember explains why Ojibwe women are walking the Ohio River.
Senate confirms Diane Humetewa as a federal judge in Arizona Senate confirms Diane Humetewa as a federal judge in Arizona
Diane Humetewa is the first Native woman in the federal judiciary.
Dozens of Indian activists on trial over deadly protests in 2009 Dozens of Indian activists on trial over deadly protests in 2009
Indigenous rights leader Alberto Pizango is among those who are accused of killing police officers during a blockade.
Authorities find radio legend Casey Kasem in Washington state Authorities find radio legend Casey Kasem in Washington state
He wasn't on a reservation as his daughter suspected.
Tim Giago: We have lost too many great leaders in recent years Tim Giago: We have lost too many great leaders in recent years
We saw the passing of Billy Frank, Jr., a man who stood up for Indian rights when it wasn’t a popular thing to do.

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