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Muscogee Nation helps unveil 1790 treaty for NMAI exhibit in DC Muscogee Nation helps unveil 1790 treaty for NMAI exhibit in DC
The treaty, on loan from the National Archives, has never been displayed in public until now.
Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes sue two former leaders for funds Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes sue two former leaders for funds
Former lieutenant governor Leslie Wandrie-Harjo said the money is sitting untouched in a bank.
Ojibwe author Louise Erdrich receives Library of Congress prize Ojibwe author Louise Erdrich receives Library of Congress prize
The writer from the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians will receive the award at the National Book Festival in September.
Vincent Armenta elected to 9th term as chair of Chumash Tribe Vincent Armenta elected to 9th term as chair of Chumash Tribe
Also elected were Kenneth Kahn, who will serve as vice chair; Gary Pace, secretary/treasurer; and board members Maxine Littlejohn and Mike Lopez.
Agua Caliente Band anticipates decision in water rights lawsuit Agua Caliente Band anticipates decision in water rights lawsuit
The tribe, backed by the Department of Justice, is suing two water districts to determine the extent of its water rights.
Meskwaki Tribe opposes oil pipeline through aboriginal territory Meskwaki Tribe opposes oil pipeline through aboriginal territory
The pipeline would cross 18 counties in Iowa, effectively cutting the state in half.
Alaska Native corporation leads push for a regional government Alaska Native corporation leads push for a regional government
Not enough representatives showed up to a meeting but that didn't stop debate on the idea.
Pit River Tribe rallies supporters to protect sacred Medicine Lake Pit River Tribe rallies supporters to protect sacred Medicine Lake
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments last week in a long-running dispute over a geothermal energy plant in the Medicine Lake Highlands.
Warm Springs Tribes suspend treasurer amid financial concerns Warm Springs Tribes suspend treasurer amid financial concerns
Former treasurer-secretary Jake Suppah claims the tribe is about to run out of money for key programs and for per capita payments.
Another tribal amendment offered for anti-trafficking measure Another tribal amendment offered for anti-trafficking measure
Partisan bickering over the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act has left the Senate at a virtual standstill.
9th Circuit won't interfere in Pala Band's disenrollment dispute 9th Circuit won't interfere in Pala Band's disenrollment dispute
The unpublished decision came just 10 days after oral arguments in the case.
Basketball coach from Montana burns sweet grass before game Basketball coach from Montana burns sweet grass before game
Larry Krystkowiak grew up near the Blackfeet Nation and shares a part of that history with his players.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Aboriginal homeland of the Six Nations	Doug George-Kanentiio: Aboriginal homeland of the Six Nations
The total land holdings for the Iroquois is 88,716 acres of the original 25,000,000, about 0.034 percent of the ancestral Haudenosaunee territory in New York State.
Witnesses: Senate Indian Affairs Committee NAHASDA hearing Witnesses: Senate Indian Affairs Committee NAHASDA hearing
The Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act expired in September 2013 but Congress has failed to update it.
Public school board in New York says goodbye to racist mascot Public school board in New York says goodbye to racist mascot
The decision leaves just two school districts in the state with the racist name.
Native Sun News: Rapid City leader looks to address addictions Native Sun News: Rapid City leader looks to address addictions
One way 'we are all related' is the way addiction impacts individuals, families and communities no matter the color of our skin.
Ruth Hopkins: Tribes must exercise sovereignty over their data Ruth Hopkins: Tribes must exercise sovereignty over their data
While we were watching Netflix, organizing ITunes playlists and downloading the latest apps, the NSA was hard at work building an elaborate infrastructure that allows it to intercept the vast majority of human communications.

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