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Supreme Court considers petitions in slew of Indian law cases Supreme Court considers petitions in slew of Indian law cases
Cases affecting the boundary of the Omaha Reservation, the immunity of the Kialegee Tribal Town and the repatriation of Olympic athlete Jim Thorpe are among those being reviewed.
HUD awards $12.4M in grants to address mold in tribal housing HUD awards $12.4M in grants to address mold in tribal housing
The Blackfeet Nation of Montana, whose members have been fighting mold for decades, received $800,000 from the program.
Lytton Band open to change in housing and development plan Lytton Band open to change in housing and development plan
Local opponents in the town of Windsor are asking their leaders to stop working with the tribe
Muscogee Nation Chief George Tiger finishes second in primary Muscogee Nation Chief George Tiger finishes second in primary
Challenger James Floyd secured the most votes and will head to the general election with George Tiger in November.
Hilary Bricken: Suquamish Tribe enters landmark marijuana deal Hilary Bricken: Suquamish Tribe enters landmark marijuana deal
The compact will give the Suquamish Tribe some competitive advantages over state marijuana licensees.
Anti-Indian figure heads to Montana to antagonize another tribe Anti-Indian figure heads to Montana to antagonize another tribe
Elaine Willman spent the last seven years fighting the Oneida Nation in Wisconsin. Now she's found a new target.
Northern Arapaho Tribe files appeal in Affordable Care Act case Northern Arapaho Tribe files appeal in Affordable Care Act case
Tribal employees are facing higher health insurance costs and the tribe itself is facing a $2.2 million fine that could be address if Congress takes action.
Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes negotiate hunting agreements Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes negotiate hunting agreements
The Cherokee Nation signed the first hunting and fishing compact but the deal is controversial among its citizens.
TV show about energy industry in North Dakota mentions tribe TV show about energy industry in North Dakota mentions tribe
The fictional Blood and Oil centers on oil development in the home of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation.
Study confirms Native people fished for salmon during Ice Age Study confirms Native people fished for salmon during Ice Age
The earliest evidence of salmon fishing in North America has been found at a Native settlement in Alaska.
Judge rejects plea over brutal murder of Yavapai Apache man Judge rejects plea over brutal murder of Yavapai Apache man
Dwayne Beauty was 40 years old when he was killed on the reservation in June 2013. A non-Indian man admitted his role in the crime.
Mark Trahant: Government shutdown threatens Indian Country Mark Trahant: Government shutdown threatens Indian Country
Once again Congress is finding it impossible to pass spending bills — and time is running out.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Onondaga Nation hosts lacrosse games Doug George-Kanentiio: Onondaga Nation hosts lacrosse games
When the Onondaga Nation elected to host the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship it went all in.
Native Sun News: Lakota youth maintains cultural connections Native Sun News: Lakota youth maintains cultural connections
When Minnicoujou Chief Si Tanka (Big Foot) fled with his people to the Pine Ridge Agency in December 1890, little did he know that 125 years later, his descendant Chloe Eagle Boy would make that same journey to honor him.
Steve Russell: Fear influences our freedom after September 11 Steve Russell: Fear influences our freedom after September 11
Even if the tragedy on September 11, 2001 was not a conspiracy to arrogate more power to the federal government, it has still enabled exactly that.

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