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Tulalip Tribes grieving after school shooting leaves three dead Tulalip Tribes grieving after school shooting leaves three dead
The shooter was identified as a 14-year-old tribal member. At least two other tribal members remain hospitalized.
Column: Agua Caliente Band asserts rights under new chairman Column: Agua Caliente Band asserts rights under new chairman
Chairman Jeff Grubbe explains why the tribe is litigating some important issues in federal court.
VOA: Commanche Nation wants to buy home of Quanah Parker VOA: Commanche Nation wants to buy home of Quanah Parker
The home of famed Chief Quanah Park has fallen into disrepair.
DOI expects 30 percent response rate on Cobell buyback offers DOI expects 30 percent response rate on Cobell buyback offers
Some $298 million in offers were made on the Crow Reservation but only $102.9 million is available for actual purchases.
National Congress of American Indians set to open convention National Congress of American Indians set to open convention
Several Cabinet secretaries will be making appearances at this year's meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.
Mark Trahant: Alaska Federation of Natives endorses candidates Mark Trahant: Alaska Federation of Natives endorses candidates
Alaska Natives for Begich passes out that all important swag at the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention. But even more important: The list of early voting locations across the...
Native Sun News: Indian lawmaker Kevin Killer makes big plans Native Sun News: Indian lawmaker Kevin Killer makes big plans
One would be hard pressed to find a lawmaker with the ability to walk on to any playground on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and get a game hoops one day, then turn around the next, and display the political aptitude needed to introduce an idea worthy of being imitated nationally.
Steven Newcomb: Self-determination but not for the indigenous Steven Newcomb: Self-determination but not for the indigenous
Responding to Duane Champagne on the issue of indigenous self-determination.
Steve Russell: Disease and fundamentalist religion still a threat Steve Russell: Disease and fundamentalist religion still a threat
Can Ebola pose an even bigger threat in the hands of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria?
Donna Ennis: Fond du Lac Band seeks to acquire burial grounds Donna Ennis: Fond du Lac Band seeks to acquire burial grounds
The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa is looking to acquire a historic burial site at Wisconsin Point.
Gregg Deal: People don't want the truth about being indigenous Gregg Deal: People don't want the truth about being indigenous
Artist from the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe explains why he fights against racist mascots.
Tim Giago: Where the paths of the Jews and the Navajo crossed Tim Giago: Where the paths of the Jews and the Navajo crossed
Several months ago I wrote about building a Native American Holocaust Museum at Wounded Knee, the site of the last massacre of American Indians in America.

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