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Controversial defense bill includes Northern Cheyenne Tribe deal Controversial defense bill includes Northern Cheyenne Tribe deal
The bill places land in trust for the tribe although property near sacred Bear Butte in South Dakota is no longer included.
Lawmakers unveil massive appropriations bill to fund government Lawmakers unveil massive appropriations bill to fund government
The 1,603-page Omnibus Appropriations bill includes $2.6 billion for the Bureau of Indian Affairs and $4.6 billion for the Indian Health Service.
Meet Native America: Chairman Rudy Peone of the Spokane Tribe Meet Native America: Chairman Rudy Peone of the Spokane Tribe
The National Museum of the American Indian continues its Meet Native America series.
Senate backs measure to extend VAWA tribal provisions to Alaska Senate backs measure to extend VAWA tribal provisions to Alaska
The Alaska issue gained renewed focus after Vice President Joe Biden spoke at the White House Tribal Nations Conference last week.
Victor Lopez-Carmen: College must respect indigenous students Victor Lopez-Carmen: College must respect indigenous students
Member of Oglala Sioux Tribe calls on Ithaca College to improve its Native American studies program.
Opinion: State claims authority over bison held by Fort Peck Tribes Opinion: State claims authority over bison held by Fort Peck Tribes
Do the Fort Peck Tribes actually own the bison transferred from Yellowstone Nation Park?
Youth arrested at at-risk facility on Yerington Paiute Reservation Youth arrested at at-risk facility on Yerington Paiute Reservation
Several youth were reportedly arrested after a fight broke out.
Former Chippewa Cree Tribe chair pleads guilty in corruption case Former Chippewa Cree Tribe chair pleads guilty in corruption case
John “Chance” Houle admitted he accepted bribes and kickbacks from companies and vendors that did business with the tribe.
Government attorneys don't want to release judge's racist emails Government attorneys don't want to release judge's racist emails
Clifford Birdinground, a former chairman of the Crow Tribe who was convicted of bribery, wants to see the emails in hopes of clearing his name.
NATHPO launches effort to help U.S. military protect sacred sites NATHPO launches effort to help U.S. military protect sacred sites
Richard Meyers of South Dakota State University will be reaching out to Native communities as part of a study.
Chumash Tribe donates $10K to Legal Aid Foundation in California Chumash Tribe donates $10K to Legal Aid Foundation in California
The money will be used to address homelessness in Santa Barbara County.
Chair of Miccosukee Tribe faces contempt over dispute with IRS Chair of Miccosukee Tribe faces contempt over dispute with IRS
A December 15 hearing could determine whether Chairman Colley Billie is held in contempt for refusing to turn over financial information about tribal members.
Colville Tribes appeals court dismisses trust fund settlement case Colville Tribes appeals court dismisses trust fund settlement case
The tribe received a $193 million settlement and distributed half on a per capita basis.
Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians join fight against mine deal Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians join fight against mine deal
The defense bill that includes the controversial land swap could pass the Senate later today.
Thomas Perez: Labor Department grants open to all tribal nations Thomas Perez: Labor Department grants open to all tribal nations
Going forward, the department will ensure that federally recognized tribes can apply for all of our employment and training grants
Mike Myers: Indigenous rights struggle undergoes major changes Mike Myers: Indigenous rights struggle undergoes major changes
Discussing the ongoing struggle for the rights of indigenous people.
Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Obama acknowledges European colonization Dina Gilio-Whitaker: Obama acknowledges European colonization
President Obama went out on a political limb with his executive order allowing an estimated 5 million undocumented immigrants to remain in the US.
Native Sun News: Program changes the lives of urban Indian youth Native Sun News: Program changes the lives of urban Indian youth
The Ateyapi Mentoring Program has been at Rapid City Central High School since 1994 and has been encouraging healthy living for Native American students.

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