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DOI considers process to recognize  Native Hawaiian government DOI considers process to recognize Native Hawaiian government
Public meetings start next week and tribal consultation will take place later this summer.
Audio from Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on two bills Audio from Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on two bills
Bills would create and extend grant programs for Native languages.
Police investigate racial incident during Alaska Native festival Police investigate racial incident during Alaska Native festival
A suspect grabbed an American flag from a Native veteran and yelled racial slurs, police said.
Senate Rules Committee sets hearing on Indian and rural voting Senate Rules Committee sets hearing on Indian and rural voting
Witnesses include Rhonda Whiting of Western Native Voice, a non-profit in Montana.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs observes 30th anniversary Senate Committee on Indian Affairs observes 30th anniversary
Committee's record since 1984 includes landmark pieces of legislation that have changed lives in Indian Country.
House Natural Resources Committee markup on two tribal bills House Natural Resources Committee markup on two tribal bills
The Nevada Native Nations Lands Act and the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe - Fish Springs Ranch Settlement Act are on the agenda.
First Nations prepared for battle over pipeline through territory First Nations prepared for battle over pipeline through territory
Energy firm promises to work with Native communities along the route.
Sen. Reid sponsors bills to place land in trust for Nevada tribes Sen. Reid sponsors bills to place land in trust for Nevada tribes
Eight tribes would receive about 120,000 acres in trust.
Disputed leader of small Alaska tribe charged for stealing $56K Disputed leader of small Alaska tribe charged for stealing $56K
Joann Polston is accused of stealing the money while serving as first chief and administrator.
Lumbee Tribe must repay nearly $445K in Indian housing funds Lumbee Tribe must repay nearly $445K in Indian housing funds
Most of the money was spent on stipends for council members.
ICT interview with Sen. Walsh about delayed Cobell payments ICT interview with Sen. Walsh about delayed Cobell payments
Bill seeks to distribute final payment and allow the investment of $1.9 billion land consolidation fund.
Patent office cancels trademarks for Washington football team Patent office cancels trademarks for Washington football team
Six young Native activists showed that the trademarks were disparaging.
Native Sun News: Lacrosse takes hold on Cheyenne River youth Native Sun News: Lacrosse takes hold on Cheyenne River youth
A town known for producing talented basketball players and wrestlers is beginning to pay attention to the sport of lacrosse.
Renee Holt: Planting the seeds of revolution with our education Renee Holt: Planting the seeds of revolution with our education
Renee Holt congratulates the Indian graduates of 2014 and urges them to continue their education.
Steve Russell: Indian nations can build coalitions with our allies Steve Russell: Indian nations can build coalitions with our allies
Steve Russell says Indian nations have always had political allies.

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