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Colville Tribes gain law enforcement authority on federal land Colville Tribes gain law enforcement authority on federal land
Tribal officers will be able to enforce federal civil law on land managed by the Bureau of Reclamation.
Ohio man pleads guilty to buying remains stolen from graves Ohio man pleads guilty to buying remains stolen from graves
Eight ancestors -- two adults and six juveniles -- were removed from their resting places and sold for somewhere between $4,000 and $4,500.
Rincon Band hosts huge hip-hop dance contest on reservation Rincon Band hosts huge hip-hop dance contest on reservation
Over 3,500 dancers from 50 countries participated in the World Hip Hop Dance Championship.
Carol Evans makes history as first woman to lead Spokane Tribe Carol Evans makes history as first woman to lead Spokane Tribe
Carol Evans was the first woman to serve on the council and now she's the first one to serve as chair.
Navajo Leader: 'This is an assault on who we are as Dine people' Navajo Leader: 'This is an assault on who we are as Dine people'
A top New Mexico official revealed that the Southern Ute Tribe and not the Environmental Protection Agency first notified the state about the environmental catastrophe.
Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe sees benefits from removal of dams Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe sees benefits from removal of dams
More water, more salmon and even more dirt have returned to the Elwha River following the removal of two dams.
Opinion: Anti-marijuana bill represents attack on sovereignty Opinion: Anti-marijuana bill represents attack on sovereignty
Sen. James Lankford (R-Oklahoma) introduced an obviously senseless bill that attacks and destroys a tribe's sovereign right to decide whether to engage in the cultivation of cannabis.
Alaska governor faces deadline in major land-into-trust case Alaska governor faces deadline in major land-into-trust case
Three villages won a decision that forced the Bureau of Indian Affairs to develop a rule that includes Alaska tribes for the first time.
Elders of Southern Ute Tribe pursue recall against leadership Elders of Southern Ute Tribe pursue recall against leadership
The effort targets Chairman Clement Frost and five out of six council members.
Native Americans serve in military special forces at high rate Native Americans serve in military special forces at high rate
Four percent of the enlisted Navy SEALs are Native American, according to data provided to USA Today.
Haskell University secures accreditation for another decade Haskell University secures accreditation for another decade
The Higher Learning Commission visited the campus in 2015 for a 10-year evaluation.
Former Little Traverse Bay Bands chair charged in drug case Former Little Traverse Bay Bands chair charged in drug case
Ken Harrington is facing drug possession charges while his son is accused of trafficking ecstasy and LSD through the U.S. Postal Service.
Steve Russell: Disenrollments represent modern termination Steve Russell: Disenrollments represent modern termination
After over 400 years surviving termination attempts, we have begun to terminate ourselves.
Disputed leaders vow to fight for control of small Alaska tribe Disputed leaders vow to fight for control of small Alaska tribe
The dispute within Newtok has stalled efforts to relocate the village to higher ground.
Lakota Country Times: Young Lakota man overcomes obstacles Lakota Country Times: Young Lakota man overcomes obstacles
At the age of 10, Sky Garner was quickly being pushed in to the abyss of the South Dakota foster care system.
Dana Lone Elk: Sharing some good news about a Lakota writer Dana Lone Elk: Sharing some good news about a Lakota writer
I finally broke my silence and good news I have been holding in for a couple of months.
Native Sun News: South Dakota tribes slam Keystone XL permit Native Sun News: South Dakota tribes slam Keystone XL permit
TransCanada Corp. cannot meet the socio-economic conditions necessary for building the proposed Keystone XL pipeline through Lakota treaty territory, representatives and expert witnesses for four tribal governments testified.
Early English settlers believed to have assimilated into tribes Early English settlers believed to have assimilated into tribes
The residents of the infamous Roanoke Colony abandoned that site but no one so far has been able explain with certainty where they went.
Ramapough Lunaape Nation still working for federal recognition Ramapough Lunaape Nation still working for federal recognition
A new documentary, American Native, traces the New Jersey tribe's ongoing struggle.

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