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EPA proposal aims to streamline recognition of tribal authority EPA proposal aims to streamline recognition of tribal authority
Tribes across the nation are supporting a proposed Environmental Protection Agency rule that makes it easier for them to regulate water quality on their reservations.
Simon Moya-Smith: Pope Francis must offer more than apology Simon Moya-Smith: Pope Francis must offer more than apology
We ask for the repeal of the papal edicts that justified the theft of Native American lands and the persecution of our people.
Tolowa Dee-Ni' Nation seeks trust status for apartment complex Tolowa Dee-Ni' Nation seeks trust status for apartment complex
Officials in Brookings, California, aren't happy about the loss of tax revenue from the 1.28-acre property.
Squaxin Island Tribe enters marijuana compact in Washington Squaxin Island Tribe enters marijuana compact in Washington
A marijuana outlet on the reservation is expected to open in a matter of weeks.
Ballet company from Osage Nation to perform for Pope Francis Ballet company from Osage Nation to perform for Pope Francis
The tribe has a long connection with the Catholic Church that dates back to the 1600s.
Tejon Tribe to hold inaugural powwow after gaining recognition Tejon Tribe to hold inaugural powwow after gaining recognition
The California tribe was restored to federal recognition in January 2012 by former assistant secretary Larry Echo Hawk.
Ho-Chunk Nation goes slowly when it comes to legal marijuana Ho-Chunk Nation goes slowly when it comes to legal marijuana
Tribal citizens endorsed legalization of the drug at a general council meeting but the discussion is only just beginning.
Saginaw Chippewa Tribe starts disenrollment proceedings again Saginaw Chippewa Tribe starts disenrollment proceedings again
More than 230 people, including some who are deceased, are being told to prove their lineal descent from a tribal ancestor.
Pope Francis fails to address mistreatment of tribes in California Pope Francis fails to address mistreatment of tribes in California
Chairman Valentin Lopez of the Amah Mutsun Band estimates that 100,000 to 150,000 Indians died during the mission era of the 1700s and 1800s.
Murder-suicide linked to Indian education grant in South Dakota Murder-suicide linked to Indian education grant in South Dakota
A company that was received $4.3 million for Indian education and other programs is at the center of an investigation into the deaths of six people.
Nebraska tribes recognized for efforts to hold IHS accountable Nebraska tribes recognized for efforts to hold IHS accountable
The Omaha Tribe and the Winnebago Tribe received the National Impact Award from the National Indian Health Board at a ceremony in Washington, D.C.
Arne Vainio: Learning to dance to bring healing for our people Arne Vainio: Learning to dance to bring healing for our people
George Earth has always told me seeing a doctor dancing would be healing for everyone and I discovered that meant me as much as anyone else.
Doug George-Kanentiio: A historic opening for lacrosse games Doug George-Kanentiio: A historic opening for lacrosse games
The World Indoor Lacrosse Championship held its opening ceremony before a sell out crowd of 7,000 plus at the Onondaga County War Memorial in Syracuse, New York
Ivan F. Star Comes Out: Elders can show the way for our youth Ivan F. Star Comes Out: Elders can show the way for our youth
Today we are spiraling downward into a variety of social ills such as single-parenthood, child abuse, and suicide.
Native Sun News: Cheyenne River Sioux man dies after jail stay Native Sun News: Cheyenne River Sioux man dies after jail stay
An Eagle Butte man died September 16 after allegedly being beaten by Cheyenne River Police officers.

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