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Editorial: Long-term solution needed in Cayuga Nation tax feud Editorial: Long-term solution needed in Cayuga Nation tax feud
We're glad to see our representatives pushing for state funds to help offset the loss of property taxes Cayuga County should be getting from the Cayuga Indian Nation.
Interview: Interior Secretary Sally Jewell on Native youth focus Interview: Interior Secretary Sally Jewell on Native youth focus
We have been working within the Department of the Interior on doing a better job for Native American youth than we ever have before.
Former Chippewa Cree Tribe chairman sentenced to 34 months Former Chippewa Cree Tribe chairman sentenced to 34 months
Bruce Sunchild admitted that he accepted a Chevrolet Suburban -- a bribe worth $25,000 -- in exchange for steering a $300,000 tribal contract to an associate.
White House Blog: Tribes make communities safer with VAWA White House Blog: Tribes make communities safer with VAWA
Women in Native communities are victims of domestic violence at higher rates than the general population, and often at the hands of non-Indian men.
Aura Bogado: White racists keep Indian activists off Facebook Aura Bogado: White racists keep Indian activists off Facebook
The same social media network that hosts white supremacist fan pages has required Native American users to prove their identities.
Judge dismisses suit seeking return of Dakota land in Minnesota Judge dismisses suit seeking return of Dakota land in Minnesota
The ruling is another blow to a group of Dakota descendants who want the land promised to their ancestors more than 100 years ago.
Bishop Paiute Tribe sues county for interfering with sovereignty Bishop Paiute Tribe sues county for interfering with sovereignty
The tribe and the county, who clashed before the U.S. Supreme Court over a decade ago, are back at it again.
Simon Moya-Smith: Rich privilege and rich old men in America Simon Moya-Smith: Rich privilege and rich old men in America
Understanding the toxic, pickling effect of privilege can help you better comprehend thugs like Donald Trump, Dan Snyder, the Koch brothers and, lately, Rudolph Giuliani.
Amendment includes tribes in anti-human trafficking measure Amendment includes tribes in anti-human trafficking measure
Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyoming) wants tribes to be eligible for anti-trafficking funds and programs.
Opinion: Fighter from Comanche Nation ready for next matchup Opinion: Fighter from Comanche Nation ready for next matchup
Without an amateur background, George was getting a late start to boxing. He didn’t have his first professional fight until he was 25.
Regina Brave: Let's learn to forgive ourselves for our pettiness Regina Brave: Let's learn to forgive ourselves for our pettiness
There were five attempted suicides on the Pine Ridge Reservation -- two young people were buried. What is it going to take to stop the bullying?
Native Sun News: Lakota children in 'imminent danger' in state Native Sun News: Lakota children in 'imminent danger' in state
Indian children living in South Dakota may no longer be 'in imminent danger' from the grasp of state social workers who remove them from their families.
Lytton Band plans big developments after reaching agreement Lytton Band plans big developments after reaching agreement
A housing development, winery and a resort are in the works in Sonoma County.
Interview: Indian lawmaker Paulette Jordan on political career Interview: Indian lawmaker Paulette Jordan on political career
When you're connected to my land, you're connected to my belief that I want to see your life get better.
Opinion: High stakes in debate for marijuana in Indian Country Opinion: High stakes in debate for marijuana in Indian Country
Are we prepared to give away the millions in revenue that will be associated with a Niagara County marijuana growing enterprise in such a similarly cavalier fashion?
Eastern Cherokees engage in spirited debate on 1924 base roll Eastern Cherokees engage in spirited debate on 1924 base roll
The tribal council voted to adopt the document as the basis for determining membership.
Paskenta Band accuses former officials of a long 'looting spree' Paskenta Band accuses former officials of a long 'looting spree'
The lawsuit claims at least $60 million was taken over the years.
Annual Trail of Tears art show returns to Oklahoma next month Annual Trail of Tears art show returns to Oklahoma next month
The event runs April 18 through May 23 at the Cherokee Heritage Center.
Lakota Country Times: Lakota Nation Invitational weighs move Lakota Country Times: Lakota Nation Invitational weighs move
The Lakota Nation Invitational has been a mainstay in Rapid City for decades, however, in light of several recent incidents in the city organizers will now begin entertaining offers from other potential host sites.

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