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Alaska Native man being treated after being shot by police officer Alaska Native man being treated after being shot by police officer
A video uploaded by KYUK-TV shows 31-year-old Aaron Moses swinging a baseball bat at two officers, one of whom shot him in the abdomen.
NPR: Osage Nation disputes wind development on mineral estate NPR: Osage Nation disputes wind development on mineral estate
Leaders and members of the Osage Nation are questioning wind energy projects in northeastern Oklahoma out of fear it could affect their mineral rights.
Al Jazeera: State struggles with Native language voting material Al Jazeera: State struggles with Native language voting material
Al Jazeera reports on the latest developments in Toyukuk v. Treadwell, a voting rights case that seeks to ensure the state of Alaska provides election materials in Native languages.
Court in California won't let Choctaw girl be placed with relatives Court in California won't let Choctaw girl be placed with relatives
The tribe wanted her to placed with blood relatives in Utah.
Another guilty plea comes in Chippewa Cree Tribe corruption case Another guilty plea comes in Chippewa Cree Tribe corruption case
Shad Huston paid off corrupt tribal leaders and a gave a $25,000 SUV to a corrupt chairman.
Large crowd turns out to denounce supremacist group's activities Large crowd turns out to denounce supremacist group's activities
The leader of the Fort Belknap Indian Community asked officials in Havre, Montana, to investigate a White supremacist group.
Tribes hail Oregon decision to deny permit for coal export project Tribes hail Oregon decision to deny permit for coal export project
The Oregon Department of State Lands said an energy company failed to address the impacts on tribal fishing sites.
Chickasaw Nation offers new blend of coffee made from chocolate Chickasaw Nation offers new blend of coffee made from chocolate
The tribe is selling coffee in milk chocolate and dark chocolate flavors.
Oglala Sioux Tribe suspends officer who repeatedly used stun gun Oglala Sioux Tribe suspends officer who repeatedly used stun gun
A video shot by onlookers indicates the officer used the gun more than 10 times on the man, who appeared to be intoxicated.
Leader of Muscogee Nation goes on trial in theft case next month Leader of Muscogee Nation goes on trial in theft case next month
Jury selection is due to begin September 15 and the trial will start September 22.
Brian Pierson: Recent federal court decisions affecting Indian law Brian Pierson: Recent federal court decisions affecting Indian law
Attorney Brian Pierson reviews some recent federal court decisions affecting Indian Country.
Peter d'Errico: Book told from perspective of the colonial invaders Peter d'Errico: Book told from perspective of the colonial invaders
Peter d'Errico doesn't think he can finish Empire of the Summer Moon, a book about the war against the Comanche Nation, because the opening pages are filled with questionable assertions.
Activists won't sue over school's 'Warriors' mascot in Minnesota Activists won't sue over school's 'Warriors' mascot in Minnesota
The National Coalition on Racism in Sports and Media changed its mind after hearing from Ojibwe Olympian Henry Boucha.
Broadcasters won't use racist mascot of Washington NFL team Broadcasters won't use racist mascot of Washington NFL team
Two sports broadcasters will do their best to avoid using the Washington NFL team's racist mascot on air.
Mark Trahant: Behind the scenes of Obamacare in Indian Country Mark Trahant: Behind the scenes of Obamacare in Indian Country
Much of the execution of the law, the nuts and bolts of how it works, is behind the scenes. Especially in Indian Country.
Opinion: Elder from Wukchumni Tribe works to keep language alive Opinion: Elder from Wukchumni Tribe works to keep language alive
Film-maker Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee shares his film about Marie Wilcox, an elder from the Tule River Tribe of California who is the last fluent speaker of the Wukchumni language.
Native Sun News: Oglala man's business dealings under scrutiny Native Sun News: Oglala man's business dealings under scrutiny
Recent news reports surrounding the dealings of Raycen Raines has fueled speculation and rumors of what exactly the fairly new tribal member is up to.

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