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Oglala Sioux Tribe postpones dog roundups amid investigation Oglala Sioux Tribe postpones dog roundups amid investigation
The death of an eight-year-old girl was blamed on a pack of wild dogs but some tribal members say that isn't true.
Supreme Court to consider motion in Cayuga Nation land case Supreme Court to consider motion in Cayuga Nation land case
A county in New York wants permission to appeal the case even though it missed the deadline to file a petition with the nation's highest court.
House returns to work this week to consider several tribal bills House returns to work this week to consider several tribal bills
Four bills are being considered today and a bill to reauthorize the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act will be on the agenda tomorrow.
Special Trustee Vince Logan seeks nominees for advisor board Special Trustee Vince Logan seeks nominees for advisor board
Nine members will be chosen to advise the Special Trustee on management and reform issues.
Tribes struggle to provide services to youth in justice system Tribes struggle to provide services to youth in justice system
Juveniles who commit crimes or get into trouble are often placed in detention centers where they receive little support and services.
Lynn Valbuena: Tribes strive to be good stewards of their land Lynn Valbuena: Tribes strive to be good stewards of their land
The chairwoman of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians explains why tribes care about their ancestral lands.
Editorial: Indian schools deserve more federal and state funds Editorial: Indian schools deserve more federal and state funds
The Minneapolis Star Tribune is running a four-part series on the 'separate and unequal' system at the Bureau of Indian Education.
Leech Lake Band sends youth to DC for Capitol Christmas Tree Leech Lake Band sends youth to DC for Capitol Christmas Tree
This year's tree comes from a national forest that lies within reservation boundaries.
Tim Giago: We call ourselves survivors of the boarding schools Tim Giago: We call ourselves survivors of the boarding schools
The system of education wrought upon the indigenous people of America is largely unknown to the general American public.

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