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Column: Tribes fought English settlers in bloody King Philip's War Column: Tribes fought English settlers in bloody King Philip's War
King Philip’s traditional hunting and farming ground was declining, and his young men were restless and uncertain about the future. King Philip justifiably feared poverty for his people.
Lower Brule Sioux Tribe cites treaty in bid to oust Keystone XL firm Lower Brule Sioux Tribe cites treaty in bid to oust Keystone XL firm
Acting Chairman Kevin Wright is making the tribe's opposition to the pipeline clear following the passing of the late Michael Jandreau.
Cara Cowan Watts: Make your voice heard within Cherokee Nation Cara Cowan Watts: Make your voice heard within Cherokee Nation
With so many jobs on the line and the economy of northeastern Oklahoma, I hope our tribal citizens show up at the polls in greater numbers and make their voices heard.
Tribes seek consultation on status of Yellowstone grizzly bear Tribes seek consultation on status of Yellowstone grizzly bear
Tribes in Montana, Wyoming and Idaho are worried about the potential removal of the bear from the protections of the Endangered Species Act.
Death of five-year-old member of Hoh Tribe under investigation Death of five-year-old member of Hoh Tribe under investigation
Gary Lee Blanton III was in the custody of his aunt following the deaths of both of his parents.
Eastern Cherokee elder Jerry Wolfe proud of Beloved Man status Eastern Cherokee elder Jerry Wolfe proud of Beloved Man status
The 90-year-old tribal member survived boarding school and World War II.
Officers for Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe start using body cameras Officers for Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe start using body cameras
The police department on the reservation secured a grant to purchase the equipment.
Northwest Indian College in Washington attracts NASA's attention Northwest Indian College in Washington attracts NASA's attention
The students are competing in NASA challenges against schools with bigger budgets and more resources.
Makah Nation mounts strong defense of whaling at public hearing Makah Nation mounts strong defense of whaling at public hearing
An opponent was so moved by the testimony of tribal members that he changed his position on the hunt.
Historians join movement to eliminate NFL team's racist mascot Historians join movement to eliminate NFL team's racist mascot
An author and sociologist detailed the negative history of the term and its continued impacts on Native Americans.
Seminole Tribe secures listing for historic oak tree on reservation Seminole Tribe secures listing for historic oak tree on reservation
The Council Oak Tree was the site where tribal leaders formed their present-day government in 1957.
Ute Mountain Ute Tribe aims to draw in tourists with new business Ute Mountain Ute Tribe aims to draw in tourists with new business
The Ute Mountain Indian Trading Company and Gallery will be opening at the site of a popular art gallery and studio.
Editorial: Russell Begaye faces hurdles as Navajo Nation's leader Editorial: Russell Begaye faces hurdles as Navajo Nation's leader
The new president has the professional background to move the needle on the Rez economy; now we’ll see if he has the political skills to build the coalitions needed to carry it out.
Leaders of Fort Peck Tribes vote to banish school superintendent Leaders of Fort Peck Tribes vote to banish school superintendent
Council members said the local official has not been responsive to the needs of the community.
Change to Oglala Lakota County becomes official in South Dakota Change to Oglala Lakota County becomes official in South Dakota
Voters on the Pine Ridge Reservation approved the name change last November.
Mark Trahant: Budget plan means deep cuts for Indian programs Mark Trahant: Budget plan means deep cuts for Indian programs
Let’s be clear about this plan: It would require deep spending cuts in federal Indian programs.
Native Sun News: Cheyenne River Sioux man debuts tattoo shop Native Sun News: Cheyenne River Sioux man debuts tattoo shop
The blending of indigenous cultural spirituality and modern art practices is becoming common place in many media forms.
Oglala Sioux Tribe struggles with high rate of suicide among youth Oglala Sioux Tribe struggles with high rate of suicide among youth
Since December, nine young people -- including a 12-year-old -- have committed suicide on the Pine Ridge Reservation. There have been at least 103 attempts since then.
Terese Mailhot: Still proud to serve as that 'angry Indian' woman Terese Mailhot: Still proud to serve as that 'angry Indian' woman
My mother was a founding member of the Red Power movement and grew up during the cultural resurgence of sobriety and ceremony.

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