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Choctaw Nation embraces President Obama on 'historic day' Choctaw Nation embraces President Obama on 'historic day'
The president met with Chief Gary Batton and a group of Native youth before announcing the ConnectHome initiative for high-speed Internet.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs considers juvenile justice Senate Committee on Indian Affairs considers juvenile justice
Incarcerating young Native Americans should be a last resort, federal officials and experts testified.
Lytton Band faces opposition to land-into-trust bill in Congress Lytton Band faces opposition to land-into-trust bill in Congress
The tribe is planning a housing development, a winery and a resort on the land in question.
Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe expects big profits on marijuana Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe expects big profits on marijuana
The tribe anticipates in $2 million in monthly profits once the operation gets off the ground later this year.
Vincent Armenta: Chumash Tribe defeats opponents once again Vincent Armenta: Chumash Tribe defeats opponents once again
Over the years, this same small group of tribal opponents has pulled many stunts for the sake of drama and attention.
Disputed leader of Alturas Rancheria blasts sister on marijuana Disputed leader of Alturas Rancheria blasts sister on marijuana
Phillip Del Rosa accused his sister, Wendy, of providing false information to federal authorities.
John Warren to serve a full term as chairman of Pokagon Band John Warren to serve a full term as chairman of Pokagon Band
Tribal voters also chose Mark Parrish as secretary, Matthew Wesaw and Becky Price as members-at-large, and Judy Winchester as elders representative.
Navajo Nation woman sentenced to year for death of daughter Navajo Nation woman sentenced to year for death of daughter
The sentence for the death of 2-year-old Kiara Harvey was limited by the Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968.
Arizona cancels plan to put player's name on Piestewa Freeway Arizona cancels plan to put player's name on Piestewa Freeway
The family of Lori Piestewa, the Hopi woman who was killed in action in Iraq in 2003, was never consulted about the plan.
T. Lulani Arquette: Racism is rearing its ugly head all over again T. Lulani Arquette: Racism is rearing its ugly head all over again
It seems like we have come full circle since the 1960’s and that history is indeed repeating itself.
Inter-tribal dispute over land in New Mexico aired at hearing Inter-tribal dispute over land in New Mexico aired at hearing
Leaders of Zuni Pueblo and the Navajo Nation disagreed on the division of a former military site near their reservations.
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud residents walk to honor victim Lakota Country Times: Rosebud residents walk to honor victim
Local residents joined family members to walk with the red Silent Witness silhouettes to remember a Rosebud Sioux woman who was brutally murdered by her domestic partner.
Brandon Ecoffey: A real economy continues to elude Pine Ridge Brandon Ecoffey: A real economy continues to elude Pine Ridge
For as long as I can remember mass economic development on the Pine Ridge Reservation has been idle.
Clara Caufield: Connecting with something from the 'other side' Clara Caufield: Connecting with something from the 'other side'
Readers might recall that I recently wrote about Bonnie Red Elk, a Native journalist of tall standing and taller conviction, never afraid to put pen to paper in the most unusual way.
Native Sun News: Trial set for racial attack on Lakota students Native Sun News: Trial set for racial attack on Lakota students
The trial of Trace O’Connell is set to begin at 1 p.m. on July 22 at the Performing Arts Center of Rapid City.
Micah Armstrong: Patriotism is largest and most dangerous cult Micah Armstrong: Patriotism is largest and most dangerous cult
America, no matter what you believe, was not founded upon freedom or morality.
Transcript: President Barack Obama speech to Choctaw Nation Transcript: President Barack Obama speech to Choctaw Nation
Remarks by President Barack Obama on the Launch of ConnectHome Initiative in Durant, Oklahoma.

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