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Miami Tribe credits legislative success to support from lawmakers Miami Tribe credits legislative success to support from lawmakers
The tribe isn't a big lobbyist or big political contributor but managed to win passage of two bills in the 114th Congress.
Bureau of Indian Affairs in final push as Obama era nears its end Bureau of Indian Affairs in final push as Obama era nears its end
Time is running out for federal agencies to ensure President Barack Obama's pro-tribal agenda continues regardless of the outcome of the upcoming election.
Cherokee Nation citizen Mary Smith to helm Indian Health Service Cherokee Nation citizen Mary Smith to helm Indian Health Service
Mary Smith is also taking over the principal deputy director position from Robert McSwain, a longtime IHS employee.
Top DOI officials in New Mexico for Cobell buy-back listening session  Top DOI officials in New Mexico for Cobell buy-back listening session
The Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations has put more than $736 million into the hands of individual Indians.
Fashion company sorry for '.dsquaw' collection nearly a year later Fashion company sorry for '.dsquaw' collection nearly a year later
Dsquared2 initially didn't say anything about the offensive descriptions that Native women slammed in March 2015.
President Barack Obama hosted meeting with tribal leaders in DC President Barack Obama hosted meeting with tribal leaders in DC
Chief Patrick Lambert of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians was among the group of 16 who met with the president on February 23.
Cherokee tribes work to keep language alive for new generations Cherokee tribes work to keep language alive for new generations
Only about 3,000 Cherokee Nation citizens are fluent while the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians counts upwards of 400 fluent speakers.
Colorado River Indian Tribes celebrate 150 years after reservation Colorado River Indian Tribes celebrate 150 years after reservation
President Abraham Lincoln signed an executive order that created the reservation on March 3, 1865.
Cronkite News: Navajo and Hopi relocation effort could finally end Cronkite News: Navajo and Hopi relocation effort could finally end
After decades of work and hundreds of millions of dollars, the end could be in sight for the federal office charged with relocating Navajo and Hopi families in a land dispute between the two tribes.
Klamath Tribes oppose Dollar General store due to court challenge Klamath Tribes oppose Dollar General store due to court challenge
The publicly-traded company is refusing to submit to tribal jurisdiction in a case that was heard by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Onondaga Nation boxer wins first match after overcoming huge setback Onondaga Nation boxer wins first match after overcoming huge setback
Lawrence Gabriel was supposed to compete a year ago but was critically injured when he subdued a gunman who shot a total of six people in Syracuse, New York.
Mark Trahant: Let's make sure Native votes matter in the election Mark Trahant: Let's make sure Native votes matter in the election
Like a lot of my readers I have been wondering who Indian Country really supports in the election.
Clara Caufield: Being careful and thankful for the life we are given Clara Caufield: Being careful and thankful for the life we are given
As many of my column readers by now know, I am drawn to the spiritual realm.
Vi Waln: Educate our children about tribal government and history Vi Waln: Educate our children about tribal government and history
Students who live on the reservation need to learn about everyday issues that apply to them as tribal citizens, including their own tribal government.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala citizen makes splash on rodeo scene Lakota Country Times: Oglala citizen makes splash on rodeo scene
In a world where the presence of Native American personalities is limited, one Oglala Lakota citizen is making a major splash
Native Sun News Review: Lakota author addresses race and youth in book Native Sun News Review: Lakota author addresses race and youth in book
Now in the 21st century, the relationship between Indian grandparents and their grandchildren is more important than ever; as many youth today are learning cultural identity through electronic devices.

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