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Comment period on BIA federal recognition closes on August 1 Comment period on BIA federal recognition closes on August 1
Public meetings and consultation sessions will be held across the country in July.
Cover Story: Crow Tribe banks on big energy development deal Cover Story: Crow Tribe banks on big energy development deal
This week's issue of The Missoula Independent features a cover story on the Crow Tribe and its coal development deal.
Deadspin: Another social media backfire for Washington  team Deadspin: Another social media backfire for Washington team
The Washington NFL team asked fans to show their support on Twitter but the responses probably weren't the ones that were expected.
WXPR: Sokaogon Band opposes state emergency fishing rule WXPR: Sokaogon Band opposes state emergency fishing rule
The Sokaogon Chippewa Community says it wasn't consulted about higher fishing limits for non-Indians in Wisconsin.
History: Choctaw soldiers used language to send secret codes History: Choctaw soldiers used language to send secret codes
The History Network explains how members of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma served as Code Talkers during World War I.
Alcohol fuels most calls to Oglala Sioux Tribe's police officers Alcohol fuels most calls to Oglala Sioux Tribe's police officers
More than 200,000 calls come in every year to the police force.
DOI enters Cobell buy-back agreements with three more tribes DOI enters Cobell buy-back agreements with three more tribes
Coeur D’Alene Tribe, Umatilla Tribes and Gila River Tribes are latest to sign agreements.
Andi Murphy: Ensuring food sovereignty on the Navajo Nation Andi Murphy: Ensuring food sovereignty on the Navajo Nation
Andi Murphy says the Navajo Nation lacks food sovereignty.
Southern Ute Tribe holds special election for chairman's post Southern Ute Tribe holds special election for chairman's post
Post is vacant due to the death of former chair Jimmy Newton Jr.
Bills introduced to recognize Montaukett Nation in New York Bills introduced to recognize Montaukett Nation in New York
Tribe lost its status in a state court ruling in 1910.
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe moves closer to land claim settlement St. Regis Mohawk Tribe moves closer to land claim settlement
Agreement identifies about 4,800 acres that could become a part of the reservation.
Appeals court upholds 65-year sentence for domestic offense Appeals court upholds 65-year sentence for domestic offense
Samuel John Pego was convicted for beating his girlfriend on the reservation.
Mohegan Tribe finalizes law enforcement agreement in state Mohegan Tribe finalizes law enforcement agreement in state
Tribal officers can arrest non-Indians and can enforce state law.
Editorial: Connecticut tribes deserve to be respected in state Editorial: Connecticut tribes deserve to be respected in state
State officials are cheering Bureau of Indian Affairs rules that would allow them to block federal recognition petitions from three tribes.
Saginaw Chippewa Tribe denounces racist message from firm Saginaw Chippewa Tribe denounces racist message from firm
Telecommunications executive apparently forgot to hang up the phone and made disparaging comments about Native people.
Column: Team wasn't named in honor of alleged Indian coach Column: Team wasn't named in honor of alleged Indian coach
Columnist explores a 1933 article in which the owner of the Washington NFL team explains why he chose a racial slur as a mascot.
Larry Spotted Crow Mann: Video plays into racist stereotypes Larry Spotted Crow Mann: Video plays into racist stereotypes
Larry Spotted Crow Mann says hip-hop artist Emerson Windy portrayed the worst stereotypes about Indian people in Peace Pipe video.
NCAI Presidents: Confirm Keith Harper to ambassador-rank job NCAI Presidents: Confirm Keith Harper to ambassador-rank job
Six present and former NCAI presidents support confirmation of Keith Harper, Cherokee Nation citizen.
Gabe Galanda: Defending the religious rights of Indian inmates Gabe Galanda: Defending the religious rights of Indian inmates
Attorney Gabe Galanda explains why Huy was formed to protect the religious rights of Indian inmates.

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