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Seminole Tribe wins major decision in taxation dispute in Florida Seminole Tribe wins major decision in taxation dispute in Florida
In a unanimous decision, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a rental tax that was imposed on the reservation.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee to hold hearing on EPA mine spill Senate Indian Affairs Committee to hold hearing on EPA mine spill
The Navajo Nation and the Southern Ute Tribe are still dealing with the effects of the August 5 disaster.
Obama picks two for National Advisory Council on Indian Education Obama picks two for National Advisory Council on Indian Education
Doreen Brown, who is Alaska Native, and Aaron Payment, the chairman of the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians in Michigan, will serve on the council.
Gun Lake Tribe consolidates governmental offices at new campus Gun Lake Tribe consolidates governmental offices at new campus
Citizens and visitors will be able to access services and programs in one convenient location.
Mohegan Tribe welcomes visitors to new sub shop in Connecticut Mohegan Tribe welcomes visitors to new sub shop in Connecticut
The tribe will be opening 10 more locations of Jersey Mike's Subs in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
County finally agrees to discuss land issues with Chumash Tribe County finally agrees to discuss land issues with Chumash Tribe
Chairman Vincent Armenta accepted an invitation to talk but warned of a potential distraction to the process.
Indian Health Service sets second meeting to discuss LGBT issues Indian Health Service sets second meeting to discuss LGBT issues
The meeting will be held at Department of Health and Human Services headquarters in Washington, D.C., on September 11.
Lytton Band faces local opposition to land development projects Lytton Band faces local opposition to land development projects
Residents are concerned about plans for housing, a winery and a resort in the town of Windsor, California.
Kickapoo Tribe adds former treasurer to lawsuit against ex-chair Kickapoo Tribe adds former treasurer to lawsuit against ex-chair
Current Chairman Lester Randall is blaming two former leaders for the the tribe's financial situation.
Terese Marie Mailhot: Beware of vicious and deadly gossip on rez Terese Marie Mailhot: Beware of vicious and deadly gossip on rez
Imagine how beautiful our community would be if we were stalwart supporters of each other.
DC council member doesn't want racist name tied to stadium deal DC council member doesn't want racist name tied to stadium deal
Officially, the District of Columbia Council has called on the Washington NFL team to get rid of a mascot considered to be 'racist and derogatory.'
Former Navajo Nation leaders blamed for lack of women's shelter Former Navajo Nation leaders blamed for lack of women's shelter
The Shiprock Home for Women and Children was supposed to receive more than $1.4 million in funds from the state of New Mexico.
Final defendant sentenced for murder on Wind River Reservation Final defendant sentenced for murder on Wind River Reservation
Six people have been sentenced for their roles in the death of Jared Dean Little Whiteman, who was a member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming.
Northern Arapaho Tribe asks Obama to drop appeal in eagle case Northern Arapaho Tribe asks Obama to drop appeal in eagle case
Tribal members want to be able to use bald eagles for Sun Dance ceremonies but a federal permit restricts where they can kill the birds.
Former executives charged with theft from Chippewa Cree Tribe Former executives charged with theft from Chippewa Cree Tribe
Neal Rosette and Billi Anne Morsette are accused of writing checks to themselves and to entities controlled by a former chairman of the tribe.
Man charged with murder of Crow Tribe couple could face death Man charged with murder of Crow Tribe couple could face death
A non-Indian man is now facing 12 charges in connection with a July 29 shooting on the reservation.
Grand Ronde Tribes host annual economic development meeting Grand Ronde Tribes host annual economic development meeting
The Oregon Coast Economic Summit features panels on tribal government and creating education opportunities for Native youth.
Native Sun News: Miss Crow Fair thanks family for strong support Native Sun News: Miss Crow Fair thanks family for strong support
Gabrielle Plenty Hawk has been very busy, serving as an ambassador for the Crow and Northern Cheyenne Tribes at numerous rodeos and western events throughout Montana.
Native Sun News: Lakota grandmother debuts film about uranium Native Sun News: Lakota grandmother debuts film about uranium
Debra White Plume spent the past seven years of her life doggedly making a feature documentary that premiered just in time to serve its purpose.

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