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Cherokee Nation police find man who disappeared 37 years ago Cherokee Nation police find man who disappeared 37 years ago
Tribal police acted on a tip from authorities in Canada and found a man who went missing in 1977.
Texas authorities seek information about skull at Goodwill store Texas authorities seek information about skull at Goodwill store
Donation marks the second time this year that Goodwill has received a donation of human remains.
Once rival factions of Chukchansi Tribe agree to 2015 election Once rival factions of Chukchansi Tribe agree to 2015 election
Once rival factions of the Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians agreed to hold an election next year but another group is disputing the plan.
Declination rates for Indian Country crime steady for third year Declination rates for Indian Country crime steady for third year
Federal prosecutors are declining about a third of the Indian Country crime cases referred to them.
DOJ awards grants to address violence in Bakken energy region DOJ awards grants to address violence in Bakken energy region
Two tribes and one Native organization were among the seven grantees in Montana and North Dakota.
Crow Reservation murder defendant to make court appearance Crow Reservation murder defendant to make court appearance
Sheldon Bernard Chase, 25, is accused of murdering his grandmother, his cousin and his cousin's boyfriend in October 2011.
9th Circuit won't stop repatriation of  Kumeyaay Nation ancestors 9th Circuit won't stop repatriation of Kumeyaay Nation ancestors
The remains were discovered in 1976 and were determined to be 'Native American' by the University of California.
KTOO: Cook Inlet Tribe turns to video game to represent culture KTOO: Cook Inlet Tribe turns to video game to represent culture
Never Alone, the first video game produced by Upper One Games, a company owned by the Cook Inlet Tribal Council of Alaska, is coming out later this year.
Daily Beast: Border Patrol runs free on Tohono O'odham Nation Daily Beast: Border Patrol runs free on Tohono O'odham Nation
Caitlin Dickson tries to find out why the U.S. Border Patrol appears to act with impunity on the Tohono O'odham Nation.
Three brothers on the ballot for Passamaquoddy Tribe election Three brothers on the ballot for Passamaquoddy Tribe election
Billy Nicholas is running for chief and brother Leslie is running for vice chief. Another brother, Alex, is seeking a seat on the council.
Misty Lynn Ellingburg: 'Four Winds' is a literary magazine for us Misty Lynn Ellingburg: 'Four Winds' is a literary magazine for us
Misty Lynn Ellingburg, a member of the Shoalwater Bay Tribe of Washington, seeks submissions for the next issue of Four Winds Literary Magazine.
Tim Giago: Greedy lawyers and government ruin Cobell settlement Tim Giago: Greedy lawyers and government ruin Cobell settlement
The process of settling the so-called Cobell settlement has turned into a joke.
Gerald Gipp: National strategy needed to reform Indian education Gerald Gipp: National strategy needed to reform Indian education
It is not too late for President Obama to declare Indian education a national priority.
Navajo voters oust incumbent president Ben Shelly in primary Navajo voters oust incumbent president Ben Shelly in primary
Joe Shirley Jr., a former two-term president, will face Chris Deschene, a former state lawmaker from Arizona.
Native Sun News: Facility in Montana set to house Indian inmates Native Sun News: Facility in Montana set to house Indian inmates
When final federal paperwork is approved later this month, the Two Rivers Correctional/Treatment Facility will soon accept Native inmates from across the Great Plains region.
Gabe Galanda: Academia won't tackle tribal disenrollment issues Gabe Galanda: Academia won't tackle tribal disenrollment issues
Attorney Gabe Galanda says academics are partly to blame for the disenrollment epidemic in Indian Country.
Bill John Baker: Cherokee Nation puts youth to work for summer Bill John Baker: Cherokee Nation puts youth to work for summer
Cherokee Nation Chief Bill John Baker thanks young interns for working at tribal enterprises over the summer.
Another pipeline spills saltwater on reservation in North Dakota Another pipeline spills saltwater on reservation in North Dakota
Details are scarce but the pipeline is operated by Crestwood Midstream Services, the same company that owns a pipeline that ruptured last month.
Former IHS information security officer convicted for child porn Former IHS information security officer convicted for child porn
Timothy DeFoggi, 56, will be sentenced November 7.

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