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Native Hawaiians take another step towards federal recognition Native Hawaiians take another step towards federal recognition
Congress has enacted more than 150 laws to address Native Hawaiian housing, land and education but the lack of a formal government-to-government relationship has posed problems
Ohlone Costanoan Esselen Nation decries vandalism at mission Ohlone Costanoan Esselen Nation decries vandalism at mission
Someone threw paint on a statue of Junipero Serra and on a headstone at the Indian cemetery inside the Carmel Mission.
Dennis Chappabitty: Tribes should be able to set marijuana laws Dennis Chappabitty: Tribes should be able to set marijuana laws
I strongly urge tribes and tribal peoples to learn about the healing properties of the cannabis plant and not just condemn it.
Barona Band awards $5K grant to elementary school in California Barona Band awards $5K grant to elementary school in California
The money will be used to purchase robotic kits for 5th grade students at a school that focuses on science, technology, engineering, math and environmental learning.
Lac Vieux Desert Band won decision affecting car title loan firm Lac Vieux Desert Band won decision affecting car title loan firm
Sovereign Lending Solutions charged interest rates that wouldn't otherwise be allowed under Michigan state law.
Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe prepares for first marijuana resort Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe prepares for first marijuana resort
President Anthony Reider calls the facility -- which is due to open on New Year's Eve -- an 'adult playground.'
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe ready for launch of new television station St. Regis Mohawk Tribe ready for launch of new television station
Akwesasne TV will offer a mix of news, entertainment and cultural programming.
Keweenaw Bay Indian Community backs trail through reservation Keweenaw Bay Indian Community backs trail through reservation
The 12-mile trail would provide walking, hiking, biking and other recreational opportunities for the Michigan tribe and the community.
Energy giant spent $7B to explore for oil off the shores of Alaska Energy giant spent $7B to explore for oil off the shores of Alaska
Royal Dutch Shell is withdrawing from energy development in the Chukchi Sea after tests failed to turn up signs of significant signs of oil and gas reserves.
Senate advances bill to prevent shutdown of federal government Senate advances bill to prevent shutdown of federal government
Final action is needed by Wednesday night in order to maintain funding to the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the indian Health Service and other agencies.
Vice chairman of Alturas Rancheria faces big fine in tobacco case Vice chairman of Alturas Rancheria faces big fine in tobacco case
Darren Paul Rose was accused of illegally selling tobacco to non-Indians at two smoke shops in California.
Clara Caufield: 'Reel Injun' takes closer look at Hollywood Indians Clara Caufield: 'Reel Injun' takes closer look at Hollywood Indians
With clips from hundreds of classic and recent films, the film is a remarkable feat of historical research, documenting the shift from nuanced silent-era heroes to the Western’s 'noble savage' stereotype, leading up to the burgeoning Native independent scene.
Native Sun News: Dakota tribes accuse BIE of breaking settlement Native Sun News: Dakota tribes accuse BIE of breaking settlement
Several tribes and tribal schools in the Dakotas have filed a federal court motion to enforce a 2007 settlement agreement with the Bureau of Indian Education.
Andre Cramblit: Dartmouth makes wrong call for Native students Andre Cramblit: Dartmouth makes wrong call for Native students
Uh oh! Looks like Dartmouth stepped right in the middle of a steaming pile of controversy.

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