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Aaron Payment: Affordable Care Act boosts Indian Country health Aaron Payment: Affordable Care Act boosts Indian Country health
American Indians and Alaskan Natives, long recognized as having the highest poverty rates of any ethnic group, have better access to medical care more than ever before. We can thank the Affordable Care Act.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs puts focus on Indian education bills Senate Committee on Indian Affairs puts focus on Indian education bills
A dramatic proposal to create a new Indian education agency within the Interior Department is on the agenda for an April 6 hearing.
House subcommittee takes testimony on Indian Country budget House subcommittee takes testimony on Indian Country budget
Officials from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians and the Indian Health Service will discuss their priorities amid concerns from some lawmakers that the budget invests in programs that may not be seeing results.
Jeremy Red Star Wolf: Treaty tribes see success with hatcheries Jeremy Red Star Wolf: Treaty tribes see success with hatcheries
Over the last 40 years, a coalition of tribal, federal and state agencies worked together to reverse salmon declines.
Russell Begaye: Tribes face obstacles to economic development Russell Begaye: Tribes face obstacles to economic development
This week, many tribes from across the country will gather in Las Vegas for the Res 2016 convention, to celebrate business successes, seek out new business opportunities and find innovative ways to get around common barriers many of us face.
Albert Bender: Cherokee war chief Dragging Canoe was a true hero Albert Bender: Cherokee war chief Dragging Canoe was a true hero
On February 27, a commemoration of the life of the great Cherokee war chief Dragging Canoe was held at the Global Education Center in Nashville.
Harlan McKosato: Cobell buy-back program tackles fractionation Harlan McKosato: Cobell buy-back program tackles fractionation
Many Natives see humor in the fact that they receive a $2 check from the U.S. Department of Treasury for their land ownership and/or their oil and gas leases.
Supreme Court declines case over Indian symbol on license plate Supreme Court declines case over Indian symbol on license plate
The plate features the 'Sacred Rain Arrow' sculpture by the late acclaimed Apache artist Allan Houser.
Cronkite News: Democrats court Native voters ahead of primary Cronkite News: Democrats court Native voters ahead of primary
As thousands of people lined up around the Phoenix Convention Center last Tuesday afternoon to hear presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speak, they could hear the constant beat of drums outside.
Bureau of Indian Affairs within reach of land-into-trust milestone Bureau of Indian Affairs within reach of land-into-trust milestone
The Obama administration has already placed about 400,000 acres in trust after acquisitions came to a near-halt during the Bush era.
Supreme Court won't hear case challenging Ute Tribe's sovereignty Supreme Court won't hear case challenging Ute Tribe's sovereignty
The state of Utah and three counties have been trying to diminish the boundaries of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation despite losing a string of cases dating back decades.
Rosebud Sioux Tribe left 'high and dry' by IHS hospital executive Rosebud Sioux Tribe left 'high and dry' by IHS hospital executive
A month after the chief executive of the Rosebud Hospital in South Dakota hospital left, the emergency room was shut down and the facility itself is in danger of losing a key certification.
Steve Russell: History repeats itself with Donald Trump campaign Steve Russell: History repeats itself with Donald Trump campaign
Playing the part of the modern Indian fighter Donald Trump was the second most famous Indian fighter in history after Custer, Andrew Jackson.
Tim Giago: Propaganda gets in the way of facts in Indian Country Tim Giago: Propaganda gets in the way of facts in Indian Country
Oftentimes the total lack of knowledge when it comes to offsetting the propaganda spread by the American Indian Movement over the years is puzzling and disturbing and even more so with the easy access to social media.
Jay Daniels: Bureau of Indian Affairs hinders tribes with inaction Jay Daniels: Bureau of Indian Affairs hinders tribes with inaction
Indian Country has been waiting about ten years for new rights-of-way regulations to be approved and implemented.
Native Sun News: Tribal activist welcomes pledge to curb fracking Native Sun News: Tribal activist welcomes pledge to curb fracking
Lisa DeVille lauded U.S-Canadian joint vows to curb toxic methane flaring from fracking operations, such as those that plague the Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara Tribes.
Mark Trahant: Turn to Montana for proof that Native votes matter Mark Trahant: Turn to Montana for proof that Native votes matter
When you want proof that the Native vote works, evidence can be found in Montana.
Harold Monteau: Some Democratic votes count more than yours Harold Monteau: Some Democratic votes count more than yours
What are Super Delegates, and why do their votes count so much more than yours or mine?
Gyasi Ross: Only one candidate pays attention to Indian Country Gyasi Ross: Only one candidate pays attention to Indian Country
See, Hillary Clinton STILL has not shown one bit of investment into Indian Country (other than a conference call that probably cost two dollars)—no outreach people to Indian Country, no ads committed to Native people, no visits to Indian Country.

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