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Mississippi Choctaw man killed in police officer-involved incident Mississippi Choctaw man killed in police officer-involved incident
Jordan Willis, 30, was fatally shot and an officer was stabbed during the incident.
2nd Circuit won't rehear Stockbridge-Munsee land claim lawsuit 2nd Circuit won't rehear Stockbridge-Munsee land claim lawsuit
The tribe can ask the U.S. Supreme Court to hear the case but acceptance is highly unlikely.
Alaska tribes still in contract support costs negotiations with IHS Alaska tribes still in contract support costs negotiations with IHS
So far, the agency has paid $449 million to settle long-running disputes over self-determination contracts.
Forest County Potawatomi Tribe hosts RES conference in October Forest County Potawatomi Tribe hosts RES conference in October
The event will bring tribal leaders, federal officials and business owners together to promote opportunity in Indian Country.
Oneida Nation seeks dismissal of lawsuit over failed energy deal Oneida Nation seeks dismissal of lawsuit over failed energy deal
The tribe says it wasn't a party to agreements related to a controversial waste recycling plant.
Radio: Hannahville Indian Community keeping its traditions alive Radio: Hannahville Indian Community keeping its traditions alive
Michigan Radio reports on the resurgence of Potawatomi culture within the Hannahville Indian Community.
San Carlos Apache Tribe looking to increase enrollment numbers San Carlos Apache Tribe looking to increase enrollment numbers
Disenrollment is a controversial issue in Indian Country but one tribe is trying to go in the opposite direction in terms of enrollment.
Faustino Trejo: Navajo leaders don't support education for youth Faustino Trejo: Navajo leaders don't support education for youth
Faustino Trejo plans to show his frustration with leaders of the Navajo Nation at the ballot box.
Jay Daniels: The rights and wrongs of rights-of-way rules at BIA Jay Daniels: The rights and wrongs of rights-of-way rules at BIA
Jay Daniels discusses proposed changes to rights-of-way regulations at the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Editorial: Virginia governor fumbles on NFL team's racist mascot Editorial: Virginia governor fumbles on NFL team's racist mascot
The Washington Post takes Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) to task for refusing to condemn the Washington NFL team's racist mascot.
Native Sun News: Indian parents to file discrimination complaint Native Sun News: Indian parents to file discrimination complaint
Two sets of Native American parents feel that their sons were discriminated against by the Post 22 American Legion baseball team.

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