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Little Traverse Bay Bands sue state over reservation boundary Little Traverse Bay Bands sue state over reservation boundary
The lawsuit asks Michigan to recognize the boundaries of a reservation that was set aside by the 1855 Treaty of Detroit.
Alaska tribe claims victory in dispute over transportation funding Alaska tribe claims victory in dispute over transportation funding
The Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes can't be sued without its consent, much to the disappointment of the Douglas Indian Association.
Bill in Nebraska authorizes tax revenue agreements with tribes Bill in Nebraska authorizes tax revenue agreements with tribes
The bill also includes tax breaks for businesses on reservations and directs a portion of the state's community college levy to tribal colleges.
Navajo Nation Council opens without usual speech by president Navajo Nation Council opens without usual speech by president
President Russell Begaye wasn't able to deliver the State of the Nation address, which would have been the second of his administration.
Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Family seeks justice for death Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Family seeks justice for death
Juan Lira Jr., 44, was hit by a car on September 8, 2015 as he was walking in Clinton, Oklahoma. He died at the scene.
Mark Trahant: A new era in energy development with low oil prices Mark Trahant: A new era in energy development with low oil prices
So many of our people (both reservation and urban) drive pickup trucks and the price at the pump becomes a daily worry.
Crow Tribe puts some employees on furlough due to coal decline Crow Tribe puts some employees on furlough due to coal decline
The tribe was expecting as much as $2.8 million in royalty payments but ended up receiving just $1.6 million.
Burns Paiute Tribe asks DOJ to end occupation of ancestral land Burns Paiute Tribe asks DOJ to end occupation of ancestral land
The armed takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon began on January 2.
Supreme Court again opens door for juvenile murder defendants Supreme Court again opens door for juvenile murder defendants
The decision came as President Barack Obama banned the placement of juvenile offenders in solitary confinement in federal prisons.
BIE schools compete for five spots on new priority construction list BIE schools compete for five spots on new priority construction list
Seven of the 10 finalists are on the Navajo Nation, home to the largest number of worst condition schools.
Tunica-Biloxi Tribe invites youth to stickball clinic and exhibition Tunica-Biloxi Tribe invites youth to stickball clinic and exhibition
Members of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas will play an exhibition and teach the youth how to play the sport, which dates back hundreds of years.
Ronald Mann: Supreme Court case might hurt tribes in the future Ronald Mann: Supreme Court case might hurt tribes in the future
The case presents the latest installment of a longstanding dispute over the obligation of the federal government to make payments to the numerous Native American tribes affected by the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act.
James Giago Davies: Honoring the pain and suffering of Lakota people James Giago Davies: Honoring the pain and suffering of Lakota people
When you turn your back on the flag, you dishonor yourself, but when you can’t bring yourself to cover your heart it is because you honor what has been lost, all the pain and suffering of Lakota people for over a century, all the pain and suffering of my relatives and friends.
Kyle Mays: Michigan city's water crisis impacts Native people too Kyle Mays: Michigan city's water crisis impacts Native people too
I am outraged because the people of Flint don’t have access to a basic human right: clean water.

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