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Blackfeet Nation adds 162 names to Montana veterans memorial Blackfeet Nation adds 162 names to Montana veterans memorial
The tribe now has a designated spot for its warriors at the Montana Veterans Memorial.
Vince Two Eagles: Summertime means powwows and Sundances Vince Two Eagles: Summertime means powwows and Sundances
I know the allowing of non-Indians to attend a Sundance, let alone participate in one, is highly controversial in Indian country.
Editorial: Navajo Nation leader makes right call on Grand Canyon Editorial: Navajo Nation leader makes right call on Grand Canyon
The Navajo Nation desperately needs jobs and economic development — real economic development, as opposed to a destructive fantasy.
Opinion: Andrew Jackson led horrifying campaigns against tribes Opinion: Andrew Jackson led horrifying campaigns against tribes
The two-term president and founder of the Democratic party was infamous for his removal of Indian tribes - over 45,000 during his administration.
Arguments heard in lawsuit over federal judge's racist e-mails Arguments heard in lawsuit over federal judge's racist e-mails
A group of Indian plaintiffs want to see the messages to determine whether the former judge was biased in the courtroom.
Chemehuevi Tribe to reopen elementary school on reservation Chemehuevi Tribe to reopen elementary school on reservation
Students from kindergarten to fifth grade will no longer have to board a ferry to get to school in Arizona.
Maine tribes hold rally after withdrawing from state Legislature Maine tribes hold rally after withdrawing from state Legislature
The Penobscot Nation and the Passamaquoddy Tribe said their attempts to work with the state have been futile.
Lower Brule Sioux Tribe asks BIA to inspect financial documents Lower Brule Sioux Tribe asks BIA to inspect financial documents
Vice Chairman Kevin Wright, who has declared himself to be the leader of the tribe, requested the visit.
Secretary Jewell leads delegation to Indian school in Oklahoma Secretary Jewell leads delegation to Indian school in Oklahoma
Federal officials will be visiting Riverside Indian School to talk about issues facing Native youth.
Mary Ann Andreas: Candidates must keep informed about tribes Mary Ann Andreas: Candidates must keep informed about tribes
Anyone who seeks or holds public office in the United States today needs to be more informed about this country's first Americans — their history, policies and issues.
Updated witness list for SCIA hearing on economic development Updated witness list for SCIA hearing on economic development
The field hearing takes place at the Anadarko High School Auditorium in Anadarko, Oklahoma.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee schedules meeting and hearing Senate Indian Affairs Committee schedules meeting and hearing
S.248, the Tribal Labor Sovereignty Act, is the only bill on the agenda for the meeting while the hearing will focus on victim services in Indian Country.
Vivian Delgado: Native college graduates mark a rite of passage Vivian Delgado: Native college graduates mark a rite of passage
With life's rites of passages, we become more centered, balanced, straightforward, calm, and clear; we learn to stand on our own, needing nothing to lean on.
Gabriel Galanda: The tide is turning against tribal disenrollments Gabriel Galanda: The tide is turning against tribal disenrollments
It is only a matter of time before a tidal wave of tribal public opinion washes over the colonial practice—and hopefully washes it away.
Native women compete in first Miss Indigenous Ecuador contest Native women compete in first Miss Indigenous Ecuador contest
Jenny Guillin, who represents the Puruha people, took home the title in a pageant that showcased tribal culture and language.
Boyd Cothran: America moves from Civil War to the Indian Wars Boyd Cothran: America moves from Civil War to the Indian Wars
The Indian wars of the Reconstruction era devastated not just Native American nations but also the United States.
Appropriations bill allows VA hospitals to recommend marijuana Appropriations bill allows VA hospitals to recommend marijuana
Doctors in states where marijuana is legal for medical purposes will be able to discuss the drug with veterans.
Mark Trahant: Native village secures return of ancestral territory Mark Trahant: Native village secures return of ancestral territory
The return of ancestral territory to an Alaska Native village is historic because the idea of tribal lands in Alaska is growing in both importance and inevitability.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe tackles school truancy Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe tackles school truancy
Lame Deer Schools on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation once averaged a 67 percent daily school attendance record and within the year brought it up to about 89 percent.
Steve Russell: National sovereignty cannot cloak all evil conduct Steve Russell: National sovereignty cannot cloak all evil conduct
In a very real sense, the United States of America originated the idea that the sovereignty of a Westphalian nation-state cannot cloak all evil conduct.

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