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BIA treads new Carcieri ground in ruling for Massachusetts tribe BIA treads new Carcieri ground in ruling for Massachusetts tribe
The Obama administration has been finding ways to address a U.S. Supreme Court decision that has been a thorn in Indian Country's side for the last six years.
Papal mass features reading in Native language from California Papal mass features reading in Native language from California
Vincent Medina has been helping revive the Chochenyo language that was once widely spoken in the Bay Area.
Bill aims to address claims arising from spill at Gold King Mine Bill aims to address claims arising from spill at Gold King Mine
The Navajo Nation, the Southern Ute Tribe and the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe have been affected by the release of an estimated 3 million gallons of toxic waste into the water system.
Navajo Nation and union reach final agreement for employees Navajo Nation and union reach final agreement for employees
The United Mine Workers of America will represent about 1,300 tribal employees in a wide range of positions.
Democrats support a new name for sacred peak in Black Hills Democrats support a new name for sacred peak in Black Hills
Harney Peak in South Dakota is named for a cavalry officer who led a massacre at a Lakota encampment in 1855.
Senate passes land-into-trust measure for tribes in New Mexico Senate passes land-into-trust measure for tribes in New Mexico
The 19 Pueblos plan to use the land to expand economic development opportunities at the site of the former Albuquerque Indian School.
Tulalip Tribes man on trial for acquiring guns despite court order Tulalip Tribes man on trial for acquiring guns despite court order
Raymond Lee Fryberg was able to buy five firearms because the tribe's domestic violence protection order was never entered into a national criminal database.
Native women lead push for human trafficking law on reservation Native women lead push for human trafficking law on reservation
Advocates became alarmed after seeing teenage girls being forced to engage in the sex trade on the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation of North Dakota.
Catawba Nation seeks funds to start work on $350M film studio Catawba Nation seeks funds to start work on $350M film studio
Plans for the Catawba Studios include sound stages, a hotel, a cultural center, a school for film and music and retail and office space on 124 acres on the reservation.
Chief Arvol Looking Horse pushes name change for sacred site Chief Arvol Looking Horse pushes name change for sacred site
The name for Devils Tower in Wyoming comes from a mistranslation of the Lakota term for Mahto Tipila, or Bear Lodge.
Fort Belknap Tribe cites immunity in feud over reservation road Fort Belknap Tribe cites immunity in feud over reservation road
A tribal member is accusing the Bureau of Indian Affairs of building a road across her property without her consent.
Christie Michelle Poitra: Stop hating those non-recognized tribes Christie Michelle Poitra: Stop hating those non-recognized tribes
To say a tribe is not a tribe because they have been unsuccessful at gaining state and federal recognition is victim blaming.
Pope Francis lands in nation's capital for historic first visit to US Pope Francis lands in nation's capital for historic first visit to US
As the leader of the Catholic Church bestows sainthood upon the founder of the brutal Indian mission system in California, tribal members will be observing a Day of Mourning.
Hillary Clinton breaks silence and opposes Keystone XL Pipeline Hillary Clinton breaks silence and opposes Keystone XL Pipeline
The Democratic presidential candidate initially refused to answer questions about the multi-state pipeline that tribes and environmental groups are fighting.
Native Sun News: A new principal at Northern Cheyenne school Native Sun News: A new principal at Northern Cheyenne school
Fully aware that the Lame Deer Schools has been rated as one of lowest five performing schools in Montana, Steve Ewing believes that can be changed over time.
Brandon Ecoffey: Dartmouth welcomes Native box-checkers Brandon Ecoffey: Dartmouth welcomes Native box-checkers
I have always wondered why Dartmouth loves to highlight their authentic Native community on their brochures and during their annual pow-wow but cannot succeed in recruiting more than a handful of reservation born students each year.
Pinoleville Pomo Nation sees setback at marijuana operation Pinoleville Pomo Nation sees setback at marijuana operation
Local authorities raided two facilities on the reservation as a tribal representative disclosed the loss of two partners in the closely-watched project.

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