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Congress returns to work and takes action on tribal measures Congress returns to work and takes action on tribal measures
A bill to benefit an Alaska Native health corporation and another for the Navajo Nation are ready for President Barack Obama's signature.
Quinault Nation to see $19M from Cobell land buy-back program Quinault Nation to see $19M from Cobell land buy-back program
The tribe recently signed a cooperative agreement with the Interior Department for outreach, valuation and purchase activities.
Inquiry scheduled into deaths of seven Native youth in Ontario Inquiry scheduled into deaths of seven Native youth in Ontario
Six young people, ranging in ages from 15 to 21, died between 2000 and 2011 while attending school in Thunder Bay.
Erin Grace: Reservation boarding school promotes tribal culture Erin Grace: Reservation boarding school promotes tribal culture
The existence of a boarding school for Native Americans may seem anachronistic in the 21st century.
Dartmouth claims key Native hire comes from tribal background Dartmouth claims key Native hire comes from tribal background
A Dartmouth College spokesperson and a professor are defending the hiring of Susan Taffe Reed, who belongs to a group that admits anyone who wants to join.
Citizens of Ho-Chunk Nation endorse legalization of marijuana Citizens of Ho-Chunk Nation endorse legalization of marijuana
Some 63 percent of attendees at a general council meeting want to see the tribe legalize the drug
Sisseton Wahpeton leader reinstated after drug testing dispute Sisseton Wahpeton leader reinstated after drug testing dispute
Chairman Bruce Renville ordered drug tests on all tribal employees after seeing the devastating effects of substance abuse on the reservation.
Native boy sent home from school in Utah for traditional haircut Native boy sent home from school in Utah for traditional haircut
Jakobe Sanden, 7, was allowed to return after a leader of the Seneca Nation of New York intervened.
Two from Muwekma Ohlone Tribe to take part in sainthood mass Two from Muwekma Ohlone Tribe to take part in sainthood mass
A priest and member of the Juaneno Band of Mission Indians is also meeting with Pope Francis this week.
Native Sun News: Native Americans more likely to be arrested Native Sun News: Native Americans more likely to be arrested
Native Americans make up 12.4 percent of Rapid City's population but account for much higher percentages of crime victims and those arrested.
Steven Newcomb: Native nations go from 'savage' to 'civilized' Steven Newcomb: Native nations go from 'savage' to 'civilized'
The colonizers planned for it to be impossible for our nations to still have our free and independent existence as nations when we became part of human and Christian civilization.
Ray Cook: Remembering the sacrifices of Mohawk iron workers Ray Cook: Remembering the sacrifices of Mohawk iron workers
On an ugly day, Mohawks joined many of their brethren and many other men and women with heart and courage.
Kyle Mays: Urban Indians ignored in debate over Detroit's future Kyle Mays: Urban Indians ignored in debate over Detroit's future
Let’s not be naïve or ignorant and act like Native people no longer exist or even matter in the city.

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