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Navajo Nation in mourning after officer slain in the line of duty Navajo Nation in mourning after officer slain in the line of duty
Alex Yazzie, 42, was killed in a shootout with a domestic violence suspect. He had worked for the tribal police department for 14 years.
Navajo Nation Supreme Court orders April 21 presidential vote Navajo Nation Supreme Court orders April 21 presidential vote
Candidates Joe Shirley Jr. and Russell Begaye have been waiting for the election for months.
Woman from Rosebud Sioux Tribe still in mental health review Woman from Rosebud Sioux Tribe still in mental health review
Michelle Wounded Face, 24, accused of leaving her two daughters alone in a car on a freezing-cold day.
Boy from Seminole Tribe laid to rest amid child abuse claims Boy from Seminole Tribe laid to rest amid child abuse claims
Authorities say Ahizya Osceola, 3, died under suspicious circumstances in his father's home.
Agua Caliente Band wins first round in water rights litigation Agua Caliente Band wins first round in water rights litigation
A trial will determine the extent of the rights that were set aside with the creation of the reservation in 1877.
Lummi Nation told Crow Tribe about impacts of coal terminal Lummi Nation told Crow Tribe about impacts of coal terminal
The Lummis oppose the export terminal but the Crows believe it could help their economy.
Former police chief from Swinomish Tribe indicted for stealing Former police chief from Swinomish Tribe indicted for stealing
Federal authorities say Thomas J. Schlicker stole more than $30,000 between 2008 and 2014.
Blood Tribe confirms 16 fatal overdoses from dangerous drug Blood Tribe confirms 16 fatal overdoses from dangerous drug
Four more overdoses -- including two that were fatal -- could drive the number up again.
Opinion: Huge tax advantages for marijuana in Indian Country Opinion: Huge tax advantages for marijuana in Indian Country
Native American tribes are poised to move into the lucrative legal marijuana businesses.
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe blames youth for arrests at event Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe blames youth for arrests at event
Local police responded to a 'large disturbance' at the tribe's 19th annual ball.
City in Michigan keeps collection of Indian items in basement City in Michigan keeps collection of Indian items in basement
The Con Foster Museum Collection reportedly includes 7,000 artifacts and may at one point have included ancestral remains.
Jay Daniels: States still trying to take Indian land and money Jay Daniels: States still trying to take Indian land and money
It would probably be in our best interest to not close our eyes when negotiating with lawyers and politicians.
Amanda Blackhorse: Dehumanization of our people continues Amanda Blackhorse: Dehumanization of our people continues
What people don’t realize is there are real Natives out there who have been truly affected and psychologically damaged by sports mascots.
Ryan Winn: Tribal colleges committed to improving lives of all Ryan Winn: Tribal colleges committed to improving lives of all
On average, a degree at a TCU costs a student $14,566 annually, which is below the national average of $20,234.
Judge approves disenrollment within Saginaw Chippewa Tribe Judge approves disenrollment within Saginaw Chippewa Tribe
Some 234 people -- 169 living and 65 deceased -- are being removed from the rolls.
New Yorker: Hope for Native languages amid loss of speakers New Yorker: Hope for Native languages amid loss of speakers
About twenty-five thousand North Americans identify themselves as Mohawk, but only about fifteen per cent speak the language well enough to conduct their daily lives in it.
Pamunkey Tribe awaits final answer on federal recognition bid Pamunkey Tribe awaits final answer on federal recognition bid
The Bureau of Indian Affairs could issue a final determination by the end of the month.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux woman witnesses chemical spill Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux woman witnesses chemical spill
When Nancy Kile saw the hazmat truck heading to the Chadron waste collection site, she all but panicked, dreading that the driver would dump its load of chemically contaminated soil at the place where she obtains compost to enrich her garden.
Ruth Hopkins: In praise of many mighty Native women leaders Ruth Hopkins: In praise of many mighty Native women leaders
Girls need to see their grown counterparts shine. They need positive role models to venerate; supreme examples of indigenous womanhood to aspire to.
Melvin Lee Houston: Healing the wounds of the Dakota people Melvin Lee Houston: Healing the wounds of the Dakota people
We, as Dakota people, have a shared history of exile, pain and grief.

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