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Last defendant pleads guilty for Coushatta Reservation robbery Last defendant pleads guilty for Coushatta Reservation robbery
Five people participated in an armed home invasion on the reservation in Louisiana.
Opinion: Making money off Indian imagery is old business in US Opinion: Making money off Indian imagery is old business in US
Writer explores the use of Indian imagery to make money for non-Indians.
Followers of 'medicine man' face charges for planting marijuana Followers of 'medicine man' face charges for planting marijuana
Members of Karuk Tribe became suspicious when they saw outsiders at sacred dance ground.
Cherokee Nation continues work for Arkansas River power plant Cherokee Nation continues work for Arkansas River power plant
Facility would be located at the W.D. Mayo Lock and Dam in Oklahoma.
Raina Thiele: President makes a historic visit to Indian Country Raina Thiele: President makes a historic visit to Indian Country
Rana Thiele discusses the historic visit by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
Appeals court dismisses Stockbridge-Munsee Band's land claim Appeals court dismisses Stockbridge-Munsee Band's land claim
2nd Circuit has been hostile to tribal claims for nearly a decade.
Kevin Gover: Stereotypes should not be celebrated in America Kevin Gover: Stereotypes should not be celebrated in America
Over twenty years ago, when the team trademark was first formally challenged, the National Museum of the American Indian was in its infancy.
Meet Native America: President Marshall Gover of Pawnee Nation Meet Native America: President Marshall Gover of Pawnee Nation
NMAI continues series with Marshall R. Gover, the president of the Pawnee Nation.
Oneida Nation puts pressure on FedEx in campaign over mascot Oneida Nation puts pressure on FedEx in campaign over mascot
Firm holds naming rights on the team's stadium and its president is a co-owner of the team.
Chickasaw candidate T.W. Shannon in final stretch for Senate nod Chickasaw candidate T.W. Shannon in final stretch for Senate nod
Polls show a tight race as Chickasaw citizens head into primary vote.
Comment period opens on Native Hawaiian recognition proposal Comment period opens on Native Hawaiian recognition proposal
Officials say it would be up to the island's first inhabitants to determine how they want to organize their own government.
Mike Wise: No winning in fight to save NFL team's racist mascot Mike Wise: No winning in fight to save NFL team's racist mascot
Columnist Mike Wise urges the NFL and owner Dan Snyder to stop defending the Washington team's racist mascot.
Opinion: Climate change report shows threat to Native peoples Opinion: Climate change report shows threat to Native peoples
Attorney Tim Seward urges a deeper read of the Third National Climate Assessment to learn about threats to Native communities.
Ray Cook: Decision sends warning for NFL team's racist mascot Ray Cook: Decision sends warning for NFL team's racist mascot
Ray Cook welcomes the decision in Blackhorse v. Pro Football Inc.
Native Sun News: Indian lawmakers seek new name for county Native Sun News: Indian lawmakers seek new name for county
Two Shannon County officials are pressing forward with a signature drive that, if successful, will allow voters living in Shannon County to vote to rename the county.

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