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Omaha Tribe to start foster care system with grant from HHS Omaha Tribe to start foster care system with grant from HHS
Indian children represent 5 percent of the foster care population in Nebraska even though they are just 2 percent of the entire child population.
Coeur d'Alene Tribe offers cash awards for fish caught in lake Coeur d'Alene Tribe offers cash awards for fish caught in lake
The tribe will pay $5 for every northern pike caught in the southern third of Lake Coeur d’Alene and some fish with special tags will fetch between $50 and $500.
Chumash Tribe and county finally meet to discuss land issues Chumash Tribe and county finally meet to discuss land issues
It took some prodding from Congress, but officials in Santa Barbara County, California, sat down with the tribe for the first time in a decade.
Albert Bender: Lakota 57 case means open season on Indians Albert Bender: Lakota 57 case means open season on Indians
The racism in law enforcement in Indian Country has been a crisis for longer than recent memory, but it has escalated when our children are not seen as fit to be protected by the legal system.
Native designer Louie Gong created gift for Chinese president Native designer Louie Gong created gift for Chinese president
The Guaridan Box draws from the artist's Nooksack and Chinese heritages.
Top Republican leader in House to resign as shutdown looms Top Republican leader in House to resign as shutdown looms
Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) will leave Congress at the end of October as conservative colleagues threaten a shutdown of the federal government.
School on Standing Rock Sioux Reservation to change mascot School on Standing Rock Sioux Reservation to change mascot
The Little People of America raised concerns about the mascot of the McLaughlin School District in South Dakota.
Juana Majel-Dixon challenges Brian Cladoosby for NCAI post Juana Majel-Dixon challenges Brian Cladoosby for NCAI post
The election for president takes place during the National Congress of American Indians annual conference in October.
James Giago Davies: When sometimes love just isn't enough James Giago Davies: When sometimes love just isn't enough
To defuse the Angry Me, I vowed to tell all the people I loved that I love them, vowed to give them the attention and understanding I never received as a child.
Native Sun News: Long overdue honor for Lakota Code Talkers Native Sun News: Long overdue honor for Lakota Code Talkers
It took more than 60 years for it to happen, but better late than never.
Charles Kader: Native people still divided by imaginary lines Charles Kader: Native people still divided by imaginary lines
Rarely have two adjoining countries shared so much in common historically as have the U.S. and Canada.
Ray Cook: Pope Francis brings crowd control to United States Ray Cook: Pope Francis brings crowd control to United States
I am not concerned with how or why the Catholic Church creates their saints.

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