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Loretta Tuell and Heather Dawn Thompson join Greenberg Traurig Loretta Tuell and Heather Dawn Thompson join Greenberg Traurig
Tuell and Thompson are called an Indian law and policy dream team.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee tackles economic development Senate Indian Affairs Committee tackles economic development
Leaders of Indian organizations outline ways to help businesses succeed.
First Nations from British Columbia win major land  title decision First Nations from British Columbia win major land title decision
Landmark decision recognizes Native rights to their aboriginal territory.
Senate confirms Vince Logan to run Office of the Special Trustee Senate confirms Vince Logan to run Office of the Special Trustee
Position has been vacant since the start of the Obama administration in January 2009.
Muscogee Nation World War II veteran Phillip Coon passes at 95 Muscogee Nation World War II veteran Phillip Coon passes at 95
Coon was the last Indian survivor of the Bataan Death March.
Indian memorial at Little Bighorn Battlefield is finally complete Indian memorial at Little Bighorn Battlefield is finally complete
Congress authorized the memorial to tribal warriors in 1991.
Teen from Skokomish Tribe killed in rifle incident on reservation Teen from Skokomish Tribe killed in rifle incident on reservation
Ciqala Miller, 14, was killed at his home on the reservation. A 13-year-old boy faces a manslaughter charge.
Chickasaw Nation set to welcome patients at new health facility Chickasaw Nation set to welcome patients at new health facility
New clinic is already providing services to tribal employees.
Sponsors keep their distance from embattled Washington team Sponsors keep their distance from embattled Washington team
One firm that was quick to condemn racism in the NBA has been silent about the NFL.
Disputed leader of Caddo Nation steps down as battle continues Disputed leader of Caddo Nation steps down as battle continues
Anthony Cotter served as chair for a little over three months.
Lumbee Tribe accepts cut in HUD funds to repay misspent funds Lumbee Tribe accepts cut in HUD funds to repay misspent funds
Audit showed that council members received illegal stipends.
Governor's no-show at NCAI conference spurs ethics complaint Governor's no-show at NCAI conference spurs ethics complaint
Alaska Native candidate accuses the governor of ignoring Native people.
Opinion: Unanswered questions about land-into-trust in Alaska Opinion: Unanswered questions about land-into-trust in Alaska
Writer questions the inclusion of Alaska tribes in the land-into-trust process.
Jay Daniels: Concerns about fracking lie with disposal of waste Jay Daniels: Concerns about fracking lie with disposal of waste
Jay Daniels discusses the concerns surrounding hydraulic fracturing, a controversial energy-processing technique that's commonly known as fracking.
Gary Davis: Creating business opportunity for Native Americans Gary Davis: Creating business opportunity for Native Americans
Gary Davis, the president and CEO of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development, discusses how Native businesses are ready and eager to grow.
Supreme Court decision protects privacy of data on cellphones Supreme Court decision protects privacy of data on cellphones
Decision from the often divided justices was unanimous.
Opinion: Reagans - A perfect name for a perfectly bad NFL team Opinion: Reagans - A perfect name for a perfectly bad NFL team
Writer says Washington Reagans would be an appropriate name for the embattled NFL team.
Native Sun News: Crews nearly contain blaze on Navajo Nation Native Sun News: Crews nearly contain blaze on Navajo Nation
A wildfire on the Navajo reservation has caused the evacuation of five homes, and is threatening the destruction of 40 structures.

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