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Vince Logan starts work as leader of Office of Special Trustee Vince Logan starts work as leader of Office of Special Trustee
Osage Nation citizen brings a background in financial and investment management to the job.
Fort McKay First Nation blames shortfall for lack of per capita Fort McKay First Nation blames shortfall for lack of per capita
At one point, band members were receiving more than $10,000 a year.
First Nations in British Columbia stake claim to ancestral land First Nations in British Columbia stake claim to ancestral land
At least three bands are moving quickly to assert their title to ancestral lands.
Navajo Nation energy firm sees 16.8 percent boost in revenue Navajo Nation energy firm sees 16.8 percent boost in revenue
The company took in $458 million, or $156.3 million more than the prior fiscal year.
NWPR: Umatilla Tribes protest plans for coal shipping terminal NWPR: Umatilla Tribes protest plans for coal shipping terminal
The Umatilla Tribes say they won't accept money in exchange for supporting a coal export terminal in eastern Oregon.
Colville Tribes choose Jim Boyd as leader for business council Colville Tribes choose Jim Boyd as leader for business council
Jim Boyd rises to the top post after serving as vice chairman.
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes vote on recall matter Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes vote on recall matter
The proposed constitutional amendment allows tribal members to petition for the recall of council members.
Blackfeet Nation elects new leadership but old wounds remain Blackfeet Nation elects new leadership but old wounds remain
Rival factions accept results of election but the inauguration was far from peaceful.
FBI offers reward for Northern Arapaho man who went missing FBI offers reward for Northern Arapaho man who went missing
Authorities believe the disappearance of Jared Little Whiteman, 21, is criminal in nature.
Opinion: Moving forward after Obama's visit to Indian Country Opinion: Moving forward after Obama's visit to Indian Country
Writer says President Barack Obama should be held accountable for remarks he made during his visit to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
BIA opens meetings on changes to federal recognition process BIA opens meetings on changes to federal recognition process
The United Houma Nation of Louisiana has put its petition on hold to wait for the new rules.
Review: 'Drunktown's Finest' provides modern look at Navajos Review: 'Drunktown's Finest' provides modern look at Navajos
Praise for Drunktown's Finest, the debut film from Navajo filmmaker Sydney Freeland.
In the Loop: Finding your dream job at the Interior Department In the Loop: Finding your dream job at the Interior Department
In the Loop will lead you to your dream job at the U.S. Geological Survey.
Review: 'Road to Paloma' takes up poor policing on reservation Review: 'Road to Paloma' takes up poor policing on reservation
A positive review for the Road to Paloma, which stars Jason Momoa and was filmed on the Fort Mojave Reservation.
Chelsey Luger: Interview with VICE producer on Native gangs Chelsey Luger: Interview with VICE producer on Native gangs
Chelsey Luger interviews VICE News producer Nilo Tabrizy about Native gangs in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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