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Boy bitten by bulldogs on Onondaga Nation remains in hospital Boy bitten by bulldogs on Onondaga Nation remains in hospital
Four-year-old boy suffered a wound to the chest and three other family members were injured during the chaotic scuffle.
GOP accepts money from Poarch Creeks as candidate slams tribe GOP accepts money from Poarch Creeks as candidate slams tribe
Instead of identifying the tribe as the sponsor, the party named Buford Rolin, the chairman at the time.
Young Navajo woman leads petition against racist trademarks Young Navajo woman leads petition against racist trademarks
Navajo lawmaker says more young people are fighting the mascot.
Osage Nation holds inauguration for new chief and other leaders Osage Nation holds inauguration for new chief and other leaders
Geoffrey Standing Bear took the oath of office as principal chief and Raymond Red Corn was sworn in as assistant chief
Tribes in Wisconsin working together to combat  drugs and gangs Tribes in Wisconsin working together to combat drugs and gangs
Native American Drug and Gang Initiative recently helped the Red Cliff Band make arrests.
Crow Tribe signs agreement with American Red Cross of Montana Crow Tribe signs agreement with American Red Cross of Montana
The memorandum of understanding is first of its kind in the state.
Rep. Daines introduces bill for tribal control of Cobell buy-back Rep. Daines introduces bill for tribal control of Cobell buy-back
The Indian Tribal Self-Determination in Land Consolidation Act authorizes self-determination contracts and compacts for the Cobell buy-back program.
Sen. McCaskill seeks information about Alaska Native contracts Sen. McCaskill seeks information about Alaska Native contracts
Letter prompts harsh rebuke from Sen. Mark Begich of Alaska.
Cachil Dehe Band receives $189K grant to restore habitat for elk Cachil Dehe Band receives $189K grant to restore habitat for elk
Tribe wants to help population of Tule elk herd.
Judge refuses to dismiss lawsuit against bear zoo on reservation Judge refuses to dismiss lawsuit against bear zoo on reservation
Two Eastern Cherokee elders want the zoo closed and the animals moved to a sanctuary.
Court won't make Miccosukee Tribe pay $4.1M in wrongful death Court won't make Miccosukee Tribe pay $4.1M in wrongful death
Two tribal members were held responsible for the death of a woman in a drunken-driving accident but they haven't paid.
ICT Interview: Sen. Tester on leading Indian Affairs Committee ICT Interview: Sen. Tester on leading Indian Affairs Committee
Sen. Tester discusses priorities for Indian Country in his new leadership role.
Law Article: Supreme Court decision could impact tribal lenders Law Article: Supreme Court decision could impact tribal lenders
Attorneys explore whether the the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community will affect the tribal payday loan industry.
Native Sun News: Suspended Oglala leader fires back at critics Native Sun News: Suspended Oglala leader fires back at critics
Suspended Oglala Sioux Tribe President Bryan Brewer fired back at the 'smear campaign' that he believes is currently being waged against him.
Mark Rogers: Many claim Native ancestry just for material gain Mark Rogers: Many claim Native ancestry just for material gain
Mark Rogers explores the reasons why so many people claim Native ancestry.

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