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Bureau of Indian Affairs adds nearly 47 acres to Shakopee Reservation Bureau of Indian Affairs adds nearly 47 acres to Shakopee Reservation
Acting assistant secretary Larry Roberts signed three reservation proclamations for the Minnesota tribe.
Spouse of Navajo Nation lawmaker remains in jail as trial opens Spouse of Navajo Nation lawmaker remains in jail as trial opens
Delegate Mel R. Begay allegedly steered more than $30,000 to relatives, including his wife, Mitzi Begay, who has been jailed for refusing to answer questions.
Hundreds march in support of Puyallup woman killed by police officer Hundreds march in support of Puyallup woman killed by police officer
Jacqueline Salyers was shot and killed by a police officer in Tacoma, Washington, and her family is still seeking answers.
Leader of Bureau of Indian Affairs promises to inspect all schools Leader of Bureau of Indian Affairs promises to inspect all schools
Acting assistant secretary Larry Roberts vowed to take action after a report uncovered alarming conditions that put Indian children at risk.
Santa Ynez Band Chair Vincent Armenta resigns after 17 years Santa Ynez Band Chair Vincent Armenta resigns after 17 years
The California tribe has enjoyed tremendous success, largely due to its gaming facility, but local opposition to housing, cultural and other projects remains strong.
Democrat Bernie Sanders heads to Navajo Nation for town hall Democrat Bernie Sanders heads to Navajo Nation for town hall
The candidate has been paying a lot of attention to Arizona ahead of the presidential primary on March 22.
Chair of Sault Ste. Marie Tribe calls for action on court nominee Chair of Sault Ste. Marie Tribe calls for action on court nominee
Senate Republicans are refusing to consider Merrick Garland as Indian Country awaits decisions in cases that affect tribal courts, tribal jurisdiction and protections for Native women.
DOI cancels lease on sacred Blackfeet Nation lands in Montana DOI cancels lease on sacred Blackfeet Nation lands in Montana
The decision came after a federal judge ordered the Obama administration to take action withing 24 hours of a court hearing.
Alarms raised as another Indian leader in Honduras is murdered Alarms raised as another Indian leader in Honduras is murdered
Police said the shooting of Nelson Garcia, 38, was not connected to the murder of Berta Cáceres but the U.S. Embassy described his death as an 'assassination.'
Bureau of Indian Affairs places sacred site in Black Hills in trust Bureau of Indian Affairs places sacred site in Black Hills in trust
The Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe raised $9 million to purchase 2,022 acres are Pe' Sla in South Dakota.
Nooksack Tribe moves to disenroll even more people amid big fight Nooksack Tribe moves to disenroll even more people amid big fight
The Washington tribe has apparently added 40 more people to the list of 306 who are already facing removal.
James Giago Davies: Follow what our Lakota ancestors wanted James Giago Davies: Follow what our Lakota ancestors wanted
For untold centuries, the historical Lakota moved through an ever changing world filled with threatening enemies and life altering realities.
Dave Archambault: Sacred tree takes root for Indian education Dave Archambault: Sacred tree takes root for Indian education
Black Elk said that perhaps there is a root of the Sacred Tree that still lives.
Native Sun News: Tex Hall takes the stand again in murder trial Native Sun News: Tex Hall takes the stand again in murder trial
In U.S. District Court in Eastern Washington, former Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Tex “Red Tipped Arrow” Hall was asked about the friendly nature of his business relationship with James Henrikson and Sarah Creveling, including trips to Las Vegas and Dallas.
Steve Russell: Donald Trump means bad news for Indian Country Steve Russell: Donald Trump means bad news for Indian Country
It’s a fair assumption that President Trump will be no friend of Indians generally and tribal sovereignty particularly.

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