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Supreme Court petition presents blood quantum and race issues Supreme Court petition presents blood quantum and race issues
A member of the Gila River Indian Community who is serving a lengthy prison sentence is hoping the nation's highest court won't see him as an 'Indian.'
Supreme Court won't review Alaska tribe's victory in roads case Supreme Court won't review Alaska tribe's victory in roads case
The Organized Village of Kake won a decision that protects the Tongass National Forest from roads, logging and other development.
Blackfeet Nation welcomes bison from Canada with unique treaty Blackfeet Nation welcomes bison from Canada with unique treaty
The Blackfeet Nation is putting the Northern Tribes Buffalo treaty into action.
Lakota Country Times: Stacy Phelps appears in court in GEAR UP theft case Lakota Country Times: Stacy Phelps appears in court in GEAR UP theft case
Three people appeared in court to face charges for their role in an alleged conspiracy that prosecutors say resulted in the theft of more than $1 million intended to improve access to education for South Dakota's Native students.
Brandon Ecoffey: Columnist fired for praising Native-owned paper Brandon Ecoffey: Columnist fired for praising Native-owned paper
Just a couple weeks ago, Jim Kent, a widely publicized columnist was informed by the Rapid City Journal that he would no longer be employed by the paper.
Jim Kent: Newspaper wins hearts and minds across Indian Country Jim Kent: Newspaper wins hearts and minds across Indian Country
On any given Thursday, Connie Smith can be found traveling across the Pine Ridge Reservation.
Mark Trahant: GOP isn't getting much attention in Indian Country Mark Trahant: GOP isn't getting much attention in Indian Country
Who’s winning Indian Country this presidential election season?
Bernie Sanders sweeps three states as Native issues stay on agenda Bernie Sanders sweeps three states as Native issues stay on agenda
Bernie Sanders met with the Yakama Nation in Washington and received a name in the Lushootseed languages while his wife held a long discussion with Native leaders in Alaska.
Charles Wohlforth: Native men convicted by racial justice system Charles Wohlforth: Native men convicted by racial justice system
The facts of the Fairbanks Four case are exceptional. Unfortunately, the cultural and racial divide it represents is not.
Charges laid for homicides of two women from same First Nation Charges laid for homicides of two women from same First Nation
Jeanette Chief and Violet Heathen both went missing in the same city and both were from the Onion Lake Cree Nation.
Navajo Nation lawmaker faces removal after verdict in fund case Navajo Nation lawmaker faces removal after verdict in fund case
Delegate Mel R. Begay was convicted in tribal court for using a discretionary fund to fulfill financial request from his six children.
Indian lawmaker from Oklahoma delivers weekly address for GOP Indian lawmaker from Oklahoma delivers weekly address for GOP
Oklahoma State Rep. Lisa Johnson-Billy (R) is the first Native American and the first woman elected to her district.
Native Sun News: Opponents fight quarry expansion in Black Hills Native Sun News: Opponents fight quarry expansion in Black Hills
Opponents of a proposed four-fold expansion at a Black Hills gravel pit in an area earmarked for conservation use are calling on Native Americans to consider supporting them.
Dave Archambault: Yanktonai artist Oscar Howe recorded history Dave Archambault: Yanktonai artist Oscar Howe recorded history
The murals on the walls of the Shear Howe arena in Mobridge, South Dakota, reveal an invaluable perspective of American Indian life shortly after contact with the Wasicus.
Alex Jacobs: It took generations for Americans to get this stupid Alex Jacobs: It took generations for Americans to get this stupid
If Americans can’t act civil then that council fire will turn into a brush fire, a wildfire.
Steve Russell: Ballot measure 777 threatens waters in Oklahoma Steve Russell: Ballot measure 777 threatens waters in Oklahoma
Farmers and ranchers have the same right to do business as any other business, but that right does not now include the right to silence critics of inhumane or environmentally unsound practices.

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