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Oneida leader attends Obama's speech at Baseball Hall of Fame Oneida leader attends Obama's speech at Baseball Hall of Fame
Representative Ray Halbritter has been leading the Change the Mascot campaign.
Editorial: Take action for missing and murdered Native women  Editorial: Take action for missing and murdered Native women
Newspaper calls on Canadian government to take action and address the large number of missing and murdered Native women.
Senate Democrats sponsor bill to safeguard Native voting rights Senate Democrats sponsor bill to safeguard Native voting rights
Bill addresses polling locations, an issue of contention in recent reservation voting disputes.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee approves youth commission bill Senate Indian Affairs Committee approves youth commission bill
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-North Dakota) will push for the bill to become law.
School with Indian mascot bars eagle feathers during graduation School with Indian mascot bars eagle feathers during graduation
Nearly 50 percent of the student population is Indian.
Senate to move forward with Keith Harper nomination to UN job Senate to move forward with Keith Harper nomination to UN job
Votes are due to take place on June 2.
Federal recognition reforms might not help tribes in Connecticut Federal recognition reforms might not help tribes in Connecticut
New regulation requires consent from third parties, an impossible condition to meet in Connecticut.
WGCU: Seminole Tribe creates minority contracting partnership WGCU: Seminole Tribe creates minority contracting partnership
The Seminole Tribe of Florida launches new partnership to focus on construction projects.
Steve Russell: Blame for VA and IHS shortfalls rests on  Congress Steve Russell: Blame for VA and IHS shortfalls rests on Congress
Steve Russell looks at the Department of Veterans Affairs scandal and links it to the Indian Health Service.
Wildfire on Tohono O'odham Nation burned more than 200 acres Wildfire on Tohono O'odham Nation burned more than 200 acres
Authorities are trying to figure out what caused the blaze.
DOI sets agenda for Cobell buy-back listening session on May 29 DOI sets agenda for Cobell buy-back listening session on May 29
Deputy Secretary Michael Connor will lead the session in Portland, Oregon.
Little Shell Chippewa Tribe welcomes federal recognition reform Little Shell Chippewa Tribe welcomes federal recognition reform
Tribe submitted its petition to the BIA back in 1978.
DOJ sets new policy to record interviews of suspects in custody DOJ sets new policy to record interviews of suspects in custody
Policy will affect people who are arrested for crimes in Indian Country.
Native Sun News: Black Hills site being used for military training Native Sun News: Black Hills site being used for military training
Uranium mining is not the only avenue of concern for introducing dangerous levels of radiation into the air and water supplies.

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