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Tunica-Biloxi Tribe expands economy with grilled cheese eatery Tunica-Biloxi Tribe expands economy with grilled cheese eatery
The tribe's economic development company will bring five Tom + Chee locations to Texas.
Beer company drops name of 'Heyoka' product after complaints Beer company drops name of 'Heyoka' product after complaints
American Indian Movement activists raised concerns about the use of the Lakota word in an alcoholic beverage.
Peter d'Errico: Native students raise questions about colonization Peter d'Errico: Native students raise questions about colonization
Defense of traditional values runs head on into mass culture, commercialism, and pressures toward uniformity.
Senate Democrats force cancellation of hearing on Keystone bill Senate Democrats force cancellation of hearing on Keystone bill
Republicans are still planning to push for approval of the controversial pipeline.
DOI puts nearly $1M from land sales into Cobell scholarship fund DOI puts nearly $1M from land sales into Cobell scholarship fund
The found now boasts a balance of more than $5 million.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne man named as under sheriff Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne man named as under sheriff
Newly elected Big Horn county Sheriff, Robert Simpson has made local history by appointing the first Northern Cheyenne tribal member, Bart Elliott to serve as his Under Sheriff.
NPR: Water a scarce resource for many families on Navajo Nation NPR: Water a scarce resource for many families on Navajo Nation
About 40 percent of the Navajo Nation has to make their water stretch.
Mark Trahant: Four reasons why Keystone XL Pipeline is a goner Mark Trahant: Four reasons why Keystone XL Pipeline is a goner
The new Republican Congress has promised to expedite legislation to promote the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Doug George-Kanentiio: A 2015 update on the Iroquois population Doug George-Kanentiio: A 2015 update on the Iroquois population
The determination of the Iroquois, among many other native nations, to endure defied the political, religious and cultural trends at that time.
Tim Giago: Racism is racism no matter how you chant it or chop it Tim Giago: Racism is racism no matter how you chant it or chop it
The Seminole Indians of Florida have allowed the white football fans of the FSU Seminoles to take their time-honored name and cut it in half so it comes out as NOLES.

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