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Danielle Masten: Water settlement threatens tribal rights Danielle Masten: Water settlement threatens tribal rights
The chairwoman of the Hoopa Valley Tribe explains opposition to the Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement.
Tribal community in Colombia sentences men for murders Tribal community in Colombia sentences men for murders
Five men and two minors, who belong to a militant group, were apprehended and quickly brought to justice.
Few speakers of Native languages on Fort Peck Reservation Few speakers of Native languages on Fort Peck Reservation
A 2012 survey found just 25 speakers of Assiniboine and 35 speakers of Sioux.
Tim Ballew: Lummi Nation protects our land for the future Tim Ballew: Lummi Nation protects our land for the future
The chairman of the Lummi Nation shares word of the award-winning Wetland and Habitat Mitigation Bank.
Judge won't stop installation of new Delaware Tribe leaders Judge won't stop installation of new Delaware Tribe leaders
Two losing candidates said hundreds of absentee ballots weren't counted.
Republican lawmaker for reservations has felony conviction Republican lawmaker for reservations has felony conviction
Gilbert Bruce Meyers, a member of the Chippewa Cree Tribe, was ordered to live away from his family after a child abuse conviction.
Editorial: Chemehuevi Tribe educates people about history Editorial: Chemehuevi Tribe educates people about history
Arizona newspaper praises the Chemehuevi Tribe for sharing more about its history.
Running team from Hopi Reservation wins 25th straight title Running team from Hopi Reservation wins 25th straight title
The team from Hopi High has the longest cross country winning streak of any school in the U.S.
Albert Bender: Indian fighter stole Cherokee Nation's land Albert Bender: Indian fighter stole Cherokee Nation's land
A fraudulent treaty resulted in the theft of land from the Cherokee Nation in present-day Tennessee.
County files late appeal in Cayuga Nation foreclosure case County files late appeal in Cayuga Nation foreclosure case
The tribe and Indian Country have most likely been spared another round of concerns about their record before the Supreme Court.
Navajo Nation schedules December 23 presidential election Navajo Nation schedules December 23 presidential election
The vote was originally scheduled to take place on November 4.
Young member of Tulalip Tribes dies after school shooting Young member of Tulalip Tribes dies after school shooting
The death came after tribe welcomed a survivor back to the reservation.
Native woman charged for building home on ancestral land Native woman charged for building home on ancestral land
After trying to find housing for years, Darlene Necan took matters into her own hands.
Column: Victor Rocha still bringing the news after 15 years Column: Victor Rocha still bringing the news after 15 years
The founder of Pechanga.net is always up early and always up late.
Mark Tilsen: Teaching about Wounded Knee 1890 and 1973 Mark Tilsen: Teaching about Wounded Knee 1890 and 1973
The president and co-founder of Native American Natural Foods wonders why tribal history is mostly ignored in U.S. schools.
Marc Simmons: Spanish diplomacy with tribes included gifts Marc Simmons: Spanish diplomacy with tribes included gifts
Exploring the gift-giving tradition that characterized early relations between tribal nations and foreign governments.
Mark Trahant: Plenty reasons to sing about the Native vote Mark Trahant: Plenty reasons to sing about the Native vote
There are two things you need to know about the Native American vote in 2014.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe faces voting rights suit Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux Tribe faces voting rights suit
Does a person who was born on the reservation, enrolled in a tribal nation, and who is culturally in touch with their community become somehow less Native when they leave the reservation?
Tim Giago: Walking in the footsteps of the late Ben Bradlee Tim Giago: Walking in the footsteps of the late Ben Bradlee
There are faculty luncheons and dinners at Harvard throughout the year. It was at one of these functions in 1990 that I first met Ben Bradlee, the esteemed editor of the Washington Post.

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