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Pinoleville Pomo Nation blasts local raid of marijuana operation Pinoleville Pomo Nation blasts local raid of marijuana operation
The tribe accused the sheriff in Mendocino County, California, of violating its sovereignty by raiding two facilities on the reservation.
Little Traverse Bay Bands count few fluent language speakers Little Traverse Bay Bands count few fluent language speakers
Only three people on and near the tribe's reservation in Michigan are considered to be fluent in Anishinaabemowin.
Oklahoma tribes settle trust mismanagement lawsuit for $186M Oklahoma tribes settle trust mismanagement lawsuit for $186M
The Choctaw Nation will receive $139.5 million and the Chickasaw Nation will receive $46.5 million to resolve a lawsuit filed in 2005.
Doug George-Kanentiio: Iroquois Nationals score silver at games Doug George-Kanentiio: Iroquois Nationals score silver at games
The Iroquois Nationals are secure in their position as the second best box lacrosse team in the world.
Julian Brave NoiseCat: Sen. John McCain sells out on sacred sites Julian Brave NoiseCat: Sen. John McCain sells out on sacred sites
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) has been the subject of intense criticism from Native activists and their supporters over the past year for his role in orchestrating the sale of Oak Flat.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee schedules hearing on seven bills Senate Indian Affairs Committee schedules hearing on seven bills
All seven of the bills on the agenda focus on land-into-trust issues for tribes in California, Nevada and Oregon.
House subcommittee takes up two federal recognition measures House subcommittee takes up two federal recognition measures
Congress has not passed a stand-alone federal recognition bill since the mid-1990s but two measures seem to be gaining momentum.
Outgoing House Republican leader promises to avert shutdown Outgoing House Republican leader promises to avert shutdown
Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio), who surprised Capitol Hill with his resignation, criticized extremist Republicans as 'false prophets.'
Jodi Rave Spotted Bear: Checks and balances on tribal leadership Jodi Rave Spotted Bear: Checks and balances on tribal leadership
In theory, the Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council should revere our tribal constitution because it’s one of the most important documents for our people.
Native Sun News: Spreading the word on bison in Indian Country Native Sun News: Spreading the word on bison in Indian Country
Marsha Small, a Northern Cheyenne, has had the 'summer of a lifetime.'
Native Sun News Editorial: No shame in continued use of 'Indians' Native Sun News Editorial: No shame in continued use of 'Indians'
We speak to Lakota elders and elders of other Indian nations frequently and never, not once, have we ever heard them refer to themselves as Natives or even Native Americans.
Brian Patterson: Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe reclaims homeland Brian Patterson: Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe reclaims homeland
As the Mashpee people celebrate this historic moment, know that USET is joyous and is celebrating along with the Mashpee people.
Steven Newcomb: Pope Francis endorses system of domination Steven Newcomb: Pope Francis endorses system of domination
The doctrine of Christian domination has been carried forward and maintained by each new generation of the society.
Steve Russell: Dartmouth elevates a Pretendian to key position Steve Russell: Dartmouth elevates a Pretendian to key position
Elevating a Pretendian connection to an importance equal to academic specialty just aggravates the simmering insult of higher education’s embrace of box checking at the expense of the least successful minority in academia.

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