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Judge orders  commitment for Crow Reservation murder suspect Judge orders commitment for Crow Reservation murder suspect
Sheldon Bernard Chase, 25, will remain under care while murder charges in the federal system remain on the books.
Connie Walker: Native parents debate long hair for boys at school Connie Walker: Native parents debate long hair for boys at school
CBC News reporter Connie Walker talked to some Native parents about a dilemma they face every school year -- long hair on boys.
Judge orders Alaska to do more to assist Native language voters Judge orders Alaska to do more to assist Native language voters
Decision is a victory for Yup’ik voters who said the state has failed to provide adequate voting materials in their language.
Annenberg Foundation acquires sacred items for Alaska Natives Annenberg Foundation acquires sacred items for Alaska Natives
A Tlingit bentwood box that would have been used to hold sacred items was returned to Sealaska Heritage Institute.
Museum in Scotland acquires historic photos of Buffalo Bill's visit Museum in Scotland acquires historic photos of Buffalo Bill's visit
The McManus Art Gallery seeking the public's help in identifying the man who photographed a 1904 visit by Buffalo Bill's Wild West show.
Incumbent president of Lac du Flambeau Band ousted in primary Incumbent president of Lac du Flambeau Band ousted in primary
Henry 'Butch' St. Germaine and Joseph Wildcat are in the running for president after incumbent Tom Maulson came in third.
Vice: Shinnecock Nation treated with disrespect in own backyard Vice: Shinnecock Nation treated with disrespect in own backyard
Justin Doolittle of Vice tackles the struggles facing the Shinnecock Nation in the Hamptons, one of the wealthiest enclaves in the countr
Vice chief from Passamaquoddy Tribe arrested for drunk driving Vice chief from Passamaquoddy Tribe arrested for drunk driving
Clayton Sockabasin, who is running for re-election, was arrested June 4 after he failed a breathalyzer test.
Kickapoo Tribe designates walking trail in battle against diabetes Kickapoo Tribe designates walking trail in battle against diabetes
Olympian Billy Mills, a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, joined the dedication ceremony.
City leaders in Seattle postpone vote on Indigenous Peoples' Day City leaders in Seattle postpone vote on Indigenous Peoples' Day
The city council was set to approve the resolution at a meeting on Tuesday but members postponed the vote after Mayor Ed Murray requested a delay.
Business drops bid for liquor license opposed by Red Lake Nation Business drops bid for liquor license opposed by Red Lake Nation
The tribe was asking for a liquor-free buffer zone around the reservation.
Liana Onnen sworn in as chair of Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Liana Onnen sworn in as chair of Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation
The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation of Kansas has a new leader.
Ask a Mexican: Why don't more Mexicans  self-identify as Native? Ask a Mexican: Why don't more Mexicans self-identify as Native?
Gustavo Arellano explains why Mexicans are reluctant to identify themselves as indigenous even though they boast large numbers:
Mark Trahant: Rethinking the young millennial Native voters of 2014 Mark Trahant: Rethinking the young millennial Native voters of 2014
I will admit a deep, dark secret. I am a baby boomer.
Atakapa Ishak Nation aims to gain federal recognition through BIA Atakapa Ishak Nation aims to gain federal recognition through BIA
The tribe filed a letter stating its intent to petition in 2007, according to the Office of Federal Acknowledgment.
Tim Giago: Few Native officers within Rapid City police department Tim Giago: Few Native officers within Rapid City police department
Ever since the late 1800s when Rapid City began to grow as a city there has been a bone of contention between Indians and the city’s law enforcement.
Audit uncovers questionable spending by leaders of Paskenta Band Audit uncovers questionable spending by leaders of Paskenta Band
The tribe released a highly-anticipated audit of its finances to its members on Monday.
Paulette Steeves: History of Native people told from colonial eyes Paulette Steeves: History of Native people told from colonial eyes
Paulette Steeves discusses how a colonial mindset has affected archaeology.
Gyasi Ross: Struggle continues as Navajo boy sent home over hair Gyasi Ross: Struggle continues as Navajo boy sent home over hair
Gyasi Ross says history repeats itself as Native boy is sent home from school for having long hair.
Native Sun News: Lummi Nation brings totem pole to fight Keystone Native Sun News: Lummi Nation brings totem pole to fight Keystone
Members of the Lummi Nation opposing the Northern Gateway Pipeline in Canada brought a totem pole to South Dakota to launch an alliance of land-based organizations to oppose construction of TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline.

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