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CBC to publish new list of missing and murdered Native women CBC to publish new list of missing and murdered Native women
The list will include Annie Yassie, who was only 13 when she went missing from the Sayisi Dene First Nation in Manitoba in 1974.
North Dakota tribe opens doors to seventh Boys and Girls Club North Dakota tribe opens doors to seventh Boys and Girls Club
More than 1,600 young tribal members have joined the Boys and Girls Club on the reservation.
Dennis Ickes: Michael Jandreau was humble servant to his tribe Dennis Ickes: Michael Jandreau was humble servant to his tribe
We will remember Michael Jandreau's vision, his humility, selflessness, intellectual brilliance, talent for attracting people of special ability to serve with him, his probing questions of experts, and his special ability to inspire.
Swinomish Tribe files suit to stop oil trains through reservation Swinomish Tribe files suit to stop oil trains through reservation
The complaint accuses BNSF Railway of breaking an agreement by shipping large amounts of Bakken crude through the tribe's lands without permission.
Comanche Nation examines historic lance owned by famed chief Comanche Nation examines historic lance owned by famed chief
The lance was owned by Quanah Parker and dates to the 1870s.
Sen. Daines to lead SCIA field hearing on coal in Indian Country Sen. Daines to lead SCIA field hearing on coal in Indian Country
Representatives of the Crow Tribe, the Northern Cheyenne Tribe and the Navajo Nation will testify but no one from the other side of the debate is on the witness list.
Wiyot Tribe seeks discussion with city for return of Indian Island Wiyot Tribe seeks discussion with city for return of Indian Island
The tribe lived on the island until it was nearly wiped out by a massacre on February 26, 1860.
Hoopa Valley Tribe denies paying for bail of child abuse suspect Hoopa Valley Tribe denies paying for bail of child abuse suspect
Chairwoman Danielle Vigil-Masten and the tribe's chief financial officer responded to rumors about the case against the reigning Miss Hoopa Valley.
Wilma Mankiller added to final ballot to place woman on $20 bill Wilma Mankiller added to final ballot to place woman on $20 bill
The Woman on 20s group added the late Cherokee Nation leader at the last minute, citing 'strong public sentiment' about including a representative from Indian Country.
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe vice chair a 'hero' for language work Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe vice chair a 'hero' for language work
Jessie 'Little Doe' Baird single-handedly revived a language that hadn't been spoken on a regular basis in hundreds of years.
Phil Gover: NFL team undermines and corrupts Indian Country Phil Gover: NFL team undermines and corrupts Indian Country
Watching the Chairwoman’s slow-motion implosion, interacting with her supporters and detractors, and reflecting on my own strong feelings over what she did has left me feeling angry, divided and a little less hopeful. I can tell her supporters feel the same.
Film documents Eastern Cherokee efforts to preserve language Film documents Eastern Cherokee efforts to preserve language
The film, First Language – The Race to Save Cherokee, follows students at the New Kituwah Academy, the tribe's immersion school.
Otoe-Missouria Tribe wages campaign to protect online lending Otoe-Missouria Tribe wages campaign to protect online lending
A group called Institute for Liberty launched Native Kids First after the state of Connecticut went after the tribe's lending operation.
Quechan Tribe loses bid to force US to pay for better health care Quechan Tribe loses bid to force US to pay for better health care
The Indian Health Service facility on the reservation is the oldest in the United States but the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said the solution to adequate care lies with Congress.
Winnebago Tribe holds election next month to fill vacant seats Winnebago Tribe holds election next month to fill vacant seats
Three seats are open following the resignation of Chairman John Blackhawk and two other council members.
Large tribes remain holdouts in same-sex marriage movement Large tribes remain holdouts in same-sex marriage movement
A Supreme Court case could force all states to recognize all marriages but Indian Country would not be affected.
Native Sun News: Tribes protest expansion of military fly zone Native Sun News: Tribes protest expansion of military fly zone
In the wake of Federal Aviation Administration approval of what could become the largest military training airspace over the continental United States, the Northern Cheyenne Nation still hopes to block the proposal.
Julianne Jennings: Muscogee artist shows 'Bloodlines' in China Julianne Jennings: Muscogee artist shows 'Bloodlines' in China
Toni Scott is an American and a citizen of the Muscogee Creek Nation. She also descends from African and European ancestry.

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