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Supreme Court declines NAGPRA case affecting Kumeyaay Nation Supreme Court declines NAGPRA case affecting Kumeyaay Nation
A group of professors is trying to prevent the University of California from returning remains to the tribes.
Family continues search for Barona Band man missing nearly five months Family continues search for Barona Band man missing nearly five months
Elijah 'Bear' Diaz, 20, was last seen at his home in southern California on August 29, 2015.
Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation defends hiring of ex-chairman Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation defends hiring of ex-chairman
Michael Thomas was convicted of stealing from the tribe and was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison.
Oneida Nation welcomes change to village seal regarded as racist Oneida Nation welcomes change to village seal regarded as racist
The current symbol features the founder of Whitesboro, New York, with his hands on the shoulders of a man who is said to represent an Oneida person.
Senate Indian Affairs Committee reschedules business meeting Senate Indian Affairs Committee reschedules business meeting
Lawmakers will consider bills to settle the water rights of the Blackfeet Nation of Montana and the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians in California.
Senate committee reschedules IHS hearing and listening session Senate committee reschedules IHS hearing and listening session
A blizzard that battered the East Coast continues to impact activities on Capitol Hill.
Menominee Nation loses contract support costs case at Supreme Court Menominee Nation loses contract support costs case at Supreme Court
By a unanimous vote, the justices held that the tribe waited too long to pursue certain claims against the Indian Health Service.
Mary Louise Schumacher: Tribes rally for sacred sites in Wisconsin Mary Louise Schumacher: Tribes rally for sacred sites in Wisconsin
An incomparable aspect of our state's culture came under attack when a bill was proposed to make it easier for landowners to excavate and perhaps destroy surviving Indian mounds in Wisconsin.
Charles Schneider: Restore criminal jurisdiction to Meskwaki Tribe Charles Schneider: Restore criminal jurisdiction to Meskwaki Tribe
Senate File 2022 rescinds state jurisdiction, leaving the Meskwaki with jurisdiction over offenses committed by tribe members against tribe members on settlement territory.
Tim Giago: Wounded Knee was not 'liberated' by AIM activists in 1973 Tim Giago: Wounded Knee was not 'liberated' by AIM activists in 1973
Soon there will be posters floating about and advertisements asking residents of the Pine Ridge Reservation to celebrate the 'Liberation' of Wounded Knee in February of 1973.
Stu Whitney: Rita Means still fighting for justice for Indian inmates Stu Whitney: Rita Means still fighting for justice for Indian inmates
A longtime advocate of fair sentencing and equal treatment for Native prisoners in South Dakota, Rita Means knows better than most how even the smallest of gestures can work wonders within these walls.
Marc Simmons: Geronimo never got to see homeland after capture Marc Simmons: Geronimo never got to see homeland after capture
The surrender of Geronimo in the late summer of 1886 brought to a close the long story of Apache wars in the Southwest.
Ivan Star Comes Out: A strange new Lakota language is emerging Ivan Star Comes Out: A strange new Lakota language is emerging
An ultimate requirement for Lakota language graduates should be that they speak the Lakota language capably.
Native Sun News: Rival teams from Pine Ridge battle on the court Native Sun News: Rival teams from Pine Ridge battle on the court
Little Wound's ten players gave it all they had, but they were visibly exhausted by the middle of the second period in their matchup against Red Cloud.
Duane Brayboy: Outsiders tried to wipe out Native gender identity Duane Brayboy: Outsiders tried to wipe out Native gender identity
Of all of the foreign life ways Indians held, one of the first the Europeans targeted for elimination was the Two Spirit tradition among Native American cultures.
Terese Marie Mailhot: Where's a White savior when you need one? Terese Marie Mailhot: Where's a White savior when you need one?
The problem with white saviors isn’t necessarily that they’re paternalistic, or dumb, it’s mostly that they aren’t dependable.
John Barrasso: Building a prosperous and thriving Indian Country John Barrasso: Building a prosperous and thriving Indian Country
Last January, as the new chairman of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, I outlined an aggressive set of priorities.

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