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NWPR: Tribes take steps to control growing herds of wild horses NWPR: Tribes take steps to control growing herds of wild horses
Northwest Public Radio reports on efforts by tribes to control the growing wild horse populations on their reservations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho.
Northern Arapaho Tribe: Newspaper got it wrong on joint council Northern Arapaho Tribe: Newspaper got it wrong on joint council
Northern Arapaho leaders explain why they withdrew from a joint council with the Eastern Shoshone Tribe.
Tribes in North Carolina back Democrat Sen. Hagan in tight race Tribes in North Carolina back Democrat Sen. Hagan in tight race
Native Americans make up just 1.6 percent of the state population but their votes could prove crucial at the polls.
Chris Deschene still urging Navajo Nation voters to choose him Chris Deschene still urging Navajo Nation voters to choose him
The presidential candidate said on Facebook that he has not 'conceded' anything.
Mark Trahant: Native voters must be prepared on election day Mark Trahant: Native voters must be prepared on election day
It’s one thing to ask people to vote. It’s another to make sure we can vote.
Peter d'Errico: Kevin Washburn honored by Indian law students Peter d'Errico: Kevin Washburn honored by Indian law students
The head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs is the first recipient of the alumni award from the Native American Law Students Association at Yale Law School.
Opinion: Helping the Tongva people revive their own language Opinion: Helping the Tongva people revive their own language
Professor discusses her efforts to revive the Tongva language in California.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux officer rejoins Rapid City police Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux officer rejoins Rapid City police
The Rapid City Police Department has hired nine new officers; an Oglala Lakota man is a returning face to the police force.
Kevin Gover: Mascot fight exposes myths about Native people Kevin Gover: Mascot fight exposes myths about Native people
The director of the National Museum of the American Indian connects racist mascots with the limited knowledge most people have of Native people.

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