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Letter: Tribes in Wyoming can afford to pay their own lobbyists Letter: Tribes in Wyoming can afford to pay their own lobbyists
Letter-writer says the state of Wyoming shouldn't pay the salaries of liaisons for the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and the Northern Arapaho Tribe.
Opinion: Pocahontas and one tribe's bid for federal recognition Opinion: Pocahontas and one tribe's bid for federal recognition
Laurie Gwen Shapiro travels to historic Jamestown in Virginia and learns about the Pamunkey Tribe.
Supreme Court won't hear appeal filed by Indian tobacco firm Supreme Court won't hear appeal filed by Indian tobacco firm
Native Wholesale Supply Company was fighting efforts to comply with state laws in Idaho and California.
Witness list for House hearing on child welfare at Spirit Lake Witness list for House hearing on child welfare at Spirit Lake
Chairman Leander R. McDonald is among the witnesses.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on tribal economies  Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on tribal economies
The hearing will focus on the lack of access to capital and how federal programs can improve access.
Widow of late activist Russell Means files wrongful death case Widow of late activist Russell Means files wrongful death case
Doctors failed to diagnose cancer despite repeated visits to clinics.
Pueblo woman aims to be first Native candidate in state office Pueblo woman aims to be first Native candidate in state office
Deb Haaland is a single mother from Laguna Pueblo.
Robert Winters: Quiet crisis faces Native youth in justice system Robert Winters: Quiet crisis faces Native youth in justice system
Robert Winters explores the problems facing Native American youth in the justice system.
Troy Eid: Progress on improving public safety for Alaska Natives Troy Eid: Progress on improving public safety for Alaska Natives
Troy Eid, the chairman of the Indian Law and Order Commission, welcomes support for including Alaska tribes in the Violence Against Women Act.
Tragedy strikes Miccosukee Tribe as two killed in vehicle crash Tragedy strikes Miccosukee Tribe as two killed in vehicle crash
Duane Billie, the tribe's police captain, died at the scene.
San Manuel siblings fined over $4.5M judgement in murder plot San Manuel siblings fined over $4.5M judgement in murder plot
Stacy Nunez-Barajas and Erik Barajas have failed to pay the award and have refused to turn over financial documents.
Lyla Johnston: Park shouldn't be named after symbol of conflict Lyla Johnston: Park shouldn't be named after symbol of conflict
Lyla Johnston explains why she supports a new name for Kit Carson Park in New Mexico.
Letter: Questionable tactics for Obama's visit to Indian Country Letter: Questionable tactics for Obama's visit to Indian Country
Retired, 67-year-old American wonders how the Secret Service got wind of his plans to protest President Barack Obama during visit to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
Gabe Galanda: Jack Abramoff's playbook still being deployed Gabe Galanda: Jack Abramoff's playbook still being deployed
Attorney Gabe Galanda says law firms and lobbyists have learned a few tricks from Jack Abramoff.
Tim Giago: Indian warriors who fought Custer deserve honor too Tim Giago: Indian warriors who fought Custer deserve honor too
It was on June 25, 1876, 138 years ago, that George Armstrong Custer and his Seventh Cavalry suffered their worst defeat.
Hoopa Valley Tribe: Settlement gambles with our water rights Hoopa Valley Tribe: Settlement gambles with our water rights
The Hoopa Valley Tribe of California explains why it doesn't support Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement.
Donna Ennis: Treat historical trauma among Native Americans Donna Ennis: Treat historical trauma among Native Americans
Donna Ennis says therapists must recognize and treat historical trauma among Native American patients.
Native Sun News: Tipi camps host day of unity against Keystone Native Sun News: Tipi camps host day of unity against Keystone
Spiritual camps and allies are inviting the public to join them June 21 for a day of unity and action in South Dakota against the Keystone XL Pipeline.

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