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Group starts dragging of river in search of missing Native women Group starts dragging of river in search of missing Native women
Volunteers are looking for clues about missing and murdered Native girls and women in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Appeal filed over Navajo language ability of presidential hopeful Appeal filed over Navajo language ability of presidential hopeful
Critics say Chris Deschene does not speak fluent Navajo.
Trial delayed for leader of Muscogee Nation accused in theft case Trial delayed for leader of Muscogee Nation accused in theft case
A plea deal for second chief Roger Dana Barnett might be in the works.
Tex Hall loses bid for another term as chair of North Dakota tribe Tex Hall loses bid for another term as chair of North Dakota tribe
The defeat came after the tribe released an investigative report that looked into Hall's dealings with energy companies on the reservation.
House subcommittee to hold hearing on bill for Hualapai Tribe House subcommittee to hold hearing on bill for Hualapai Tribe
The Bill Williams River Water Rights Settlement Act ensures the tribe and allottees have sufficient access to water.
House Natural Resources Committee sets markup on tribal bills House Natural Resources Committee sets markup on tribal bills
Five bills affecting taxation, tribal foster children, a land dispute, land-into-trust and an Alaska Native corporation are on the agenda.
Editorial: Pass bill to extend federal recognition to Virginia tribes Editorial: Pass bill to extend federal recognition to Virginia tribes
Newspaper calls on Congress to pass the Thomasina E. Jordan Indian Tribes of Virginia Federal Recognition Act.
Mark Trahant: Is independence in the future for tribal nations? Mark Trahant: Is independence in the future for tribal nations?
What’s the difference in the self-rule of Scotland to that of Hawaii? Or Alaska? Or Nunavut? Or even Navajo?
Sarah Deer wins genius grant for work to protect Native women Sarah Deer wins genius grant for work to protect Native women
The Muscogee Nation citizen's efforts led to the passage of the Tribal Law and Order Act and the inclusion of tribal jurisdiction provisions in the Violence Against Women Act.
Andre Cramblit: Enjoying life at Dartmouth as a Native student Andre Cramblit: Enjoying life at Dartmouth as a Native student
Alumnus Andre Cramblit offers some advice and encouragement to the Native student body at Dartmouth College.
House approves bill to address tribal general welfare programs House approves bill to address tribal general welfare programs
Lawmakers said the bill puts tribes on the same level as state and federal governments regarding payments made through general welfare programs.
Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Tribes need to lead climate change reform Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Tribes need to lead climate change reform
Dina Gilio-Whitaker of the Center for World Indigenous Studies says tribes should take the lead on climate change policy.
Native Sun News: Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe honors veterans Native Sun News: Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe honors veterans
Grand Marshals Casimir LeBeau, 97, and Dave Bald Eagle, 95, led the 58th Annual Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Fair, Rodeo & Pow wow on September 1.

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