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Opinion: NMAI exhibit finally puts federal-tribal dealings to light Opinion: NMAI exhibit finally puts federal-tribal dealings to light
Writer says the National Museum of the American Indian is finally exploring the federal government's relationship with tribes as part of a new exhibit.
Brian Pierson: Tribal preference ruling strengthens sovereignty Brian Pierson: Tribal preference ruling strengthens sovereignty
Attorney discusses the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision in EEOC v. Peabody Western Coal.
Obama signs law for settlement with Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Obama signs law for settlement with Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe
The tribe will receive $3.6 million and several hundred acres of land in exchange for dropping its water rights claims.
Tribal General Welfare Exclusion Act signed into law by Obama Tribal General Welfare Exclusion Act signed into law by Obama
Tribal leaders call the new law a victory for self-determination and sovereignty.
Donna Ennis: Ancestor starting asking about trust fund in 1900s Donna Ennis: Ancestor starting asking about trust fund in 1900s
Donna Ennis shares correspondence between her great grandfather and the Interior Department over his trust funds.
Al Jazeera: Tribes working together to restore bison to their land Al Jazeera: Tribes working together to restore bison to their land
Al Jazeera reports on the historic signing of a buffalo treaty between tribes in the United States and First Nations in Canada.
Indian Time: Oklahoma Indian museum expected to be big draw Indian Time: Oklahoma Indian museum expected to be big draw
The American Indian Cultural Center and Museum could draw millions of tourists and generate millions for the economy in Oklahoma -- that's if it's ever finished.
Oneida Nation repeats history with women in top leadership jobs Oneida Nation repeats history with women in top leadership jobs
Women hold the four top posts -- chair, vice chair, secretary and treasurer -- and make up a majority on the council.
Navajo presidential candidate in doubt over fluency in language Navajo presidential candidate in doubt over fluency in language
The tribe's highest court affirms that Navajo language fluency is a 'reasonable' requirement for a presidential candidate.
Thousands missing out on share of Cobell settlement payments Thousands missing out on share of Cobell settlement payments
In Minnesota, over 7,300 members of the Red Lake, Leech Lake and White Earth tribes haven't seen their money.
Column: Washington team should be worried about FCC petition Column: Washington team should be worried about FCC petition
Law professor John Banzhaf has filed a petition to bar the broadcast of a racial slur against American Indians.
Migizi Pensoneau: Behind the scenes at a Washington NFL game Migizi Pensoneau: Behind the scenes at a Washington NFL game
What happens when Indian people go to a Washington NFL game?
Mark Trahant: Indian vote could bring a surprise in South Dakota Mark Trahant: Indian vote could bring a surprise in South Dakota
It’s now forty days until Election Day, but if you add up all the polls then this campaign die is already cast.
Native Sun News: Tribes take on IRS and win battle over taxation Native Sun News: Tribes take on IRS and win battle over taxation
When the IRS came to Indian Country and attempted to trample on the rights of tribes, they ended up taking a whooping from tribes and their friends in Congress.
Steven Newcomb: Indigenous conference yields power to states Steven Newcomb: Indigenous conference yields power to states
Steven Newcomb explains the problems with the outcome document adopted during the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples.
Kyle Mays: Rejecting narrow-minded views of indigenous studies Kyle Mays: Rejecting narrow-minded views of indigenous studies
Kyle Mays explains why he supports controversial professor Steven G. Salaita.
Tim Giago: All Indian people ask is for America to honor treaties Tim Giago: All Indian people ask is for America to honor treaties
As I sit writing this column as I have every Sunday for the past 34 years I am terribly frustrated at the total lack of understanding and basic ignorance that still exists about America’s first citizens.
Chelsey Luger and Gyasi Ross: Transforming the spirit of suicide Chelsey Luger and Gyasi Ross: Transforming the spirit of suicide
Chelsey Luger and Gyasi Ross continue their conversation about suicide in Indian Country.

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