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First Nations launch inquiry into missing and murdered women First Nations launch inquiry into missing and murdered women
Native leaders are tired of waiting for the Canadian government to investigate the large numbers of women who have gone missing or have been murdered.
Osage Nation considers stronger role over energy production Osage Nation considers stronger role over energy production
A proposal could see the tribe taking over duties from the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Fort Belknap Tribes dispute reported cause for deaths of bison Fort Belknap Tribes dispute reported cause for deaths of bison
President Mark Azure said the 19 animals that died didn't go without water.
BIA declares Hope for Life Day to raise awareness about suicide BIA declares Hope for Life Day to raise awareness about suicide
The suicide rate among American Indians ages 15 to 34 is 2.5 times higher than the national average.
Kenaitze Tribe authorizes genetic studies on ancestral remains Kenaitze Tribe authorizes genetic studies on ancestral remains
The goal is to learn more about diseases affecting the community.
Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe purchases wireless technology firm Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe purchases wireless technology firm
Mobilisa Enterprise Wireless offers wireless telecommunications design, installation and monitoring solutions.
Michael McNally: Ojibwe treaty protected fishing and gathering Michael McNally: Ojibwe treaty protected fishing and gathering
I’ve come to learn of the remarkably deep continued relationship that many Ojibwe people have with Gull Lake and its environs.
Navajo Nation welcomes visitors to 69th annual fair in Arizona Navajo Nation welcomes visitors to 69th annual fair in Arizona
The event features a rodeo, parade, powwow, frybread contest and the always-popular competition for Miss Navajo Nation.
Turtle Talk removes briefs in Grand Ronde disenrollment dispute Turtle Talk removes briefs in Grand Ronde disenrollment dispute
The tribe's attorneys were seeking contempt of court sanctions against a law firm and 86 descendants of a chief who signed an 1855 treaty.
Navajo Nation cites 'culture of distrust' with Gold King Mine spill Navajo Nation cites 'culture of distrust' with Gold King Mine spill
Tribal leaders felt misled by the Environmental Protection Agency soon after the August 5 incident at the abandoned mine in Colorado.
Pope Francis to bestow sainthood on founder of Indian missions Pope Francis to bestow sainthood on founder of Indian missions
Some tribal leaders in California are upset with the decision to honor Junipero Serra, a Catholic
Indian National Finals Rodeo won't take money from NFL team Indian National Finals Rodeo won't take money from NFL team
Rodeo leaders said the funds from the Original Americans Foundation came with strings attached -- support for the team's racist name.
Wayuu Tribe worries about change to culture due to border war Wayuu Tribe worries about change to culture due to border war
More than 600,000 Wayuu live in Venezuela and Colombia and they are used to freely crossing the border.
Bolivia's indigenous president eyes unprecedented fourth term Bolivia's indigenous president eyes unprecedented fourth term
President Evo Morales, who just won re-election last October, will need a constitutional amendment to hold another term in office.
Ivan F. Star Comes Out: I was wrong about racism in Rapid City Ivan F. Star Comes Out: I was wrong about racism in Rapid City
I found that my current resentment toward white people in general comes from the fact that I had allowed myself to actually believe that racism had been put to rest here in South Dakota.
Native Sun News: Lower Brule landowners will see Cobell offers Native Sun News: Lower Brule landowners will see Cobell offers
According to Katherin Grounds, Senior Advisor on Tribal Relations for the Land Buy-Back Program, landowners with fractionated interests at Lower Brule will receive their offers in 2016.

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