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Judge blocks planned expansion of coal mine on Navajo Nation Judge blocks planned expansion of coal mine on Navajo Nation
Tribal members are fighting the expansion of the tribally-owned Navajo Mine in New Mexico.
Lummi Nation submits more data in fight against coal terminal Lummi Nation submits more data in fight against coal terminal
North America's largest coal export terminal would be built at Cherry Point, a historic tribal village and fishing area.
Deadspin: Fake Indian rides to defense of racist school mascot Deadspin: Fake Indian rides to defense of racist school mascot
Mark Yancey was among those who packed the school cafeteria, and at least one Indian at the gathering let him know he was regarded as a carpetbagging phony.
Makah Nation committed to resumption of treaty whale hunts Makah Nation committed to resumption of treaty whale hunts
The tribe's last successful gray whale hunt occurred in May 1999.
Blood Tribe declares emergency in response to drug problems Blood Tribe declares emergency in response to drug problems
Tribal members believe at least 10 people have overdosed on fentanyl, known on the street as Oxy 80.
Sokaogon Chippewa Community leader cheers end of mine plan Sokaogon Chippewa Community leader cheers end of mine plan
Democrats reportedly applauded loudly while Republicans mostly stayed quiet.
Kevin Abourezk: Two more leaders of Winnebago Tribe quit jobs Kevin Abourezk: Two more leaders of Winnebago Tribe quit jobs
Tribal members are upset after an audit questioned some of the spending habits of the council.
In The Loop: Rep. Don Young offers a solution to homelessness In The Loop: Rep. Don Young offers a solution to homelessness
The always outspoken congressman from Alaska thinks the endangered gray wolf might be an answer.
James Williams: Lac Vieux Desert Band regulates online lending James Williams: Lac Vieux Desert Band regulates online lending
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Native Sun News: Federal judge hears arguments in ICWA case Native Sun News: Federal judge hears arguments in ICWA case
A case involving the first 48 hours after an Indian child is taken from its home that has gotten national attention was heard Thursday at the Federal Courthouse in Rapid City.
Michael Paul Hill: Agent Orange sprayed on Arizona reservation Michael Paul Hill: Agent Orange sprayed on Arizona reservation
In June of 1964, helicopters from the U.S. Geological Survey began spraying an herbicidal chemical along the Gila and San Carlos rivers.
Karlene Hunter: Cultural appropriation is another form of racism Karlene Hunter: Cultural appropriation is another form of racism
These copycats create fashion designs stolen directly from Native artists. They name and create logos for their products using Native spiritual icons.

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