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Bureau of Indian Affairs official admits no progress on dam backlog Bureau of Indian Affairs official admits no progress on dam backlog
Director Mike Black admits latest budget request will not resolve a long-standing maintenance backlog of dams in Indian Country.
Colville Tribes upset by release of toxic mining chemicals into river Colville Tribes upset by release of toxic mining chemicals into river
A Canadian company that claims it is above U.S. law has once again released toxic chemicals into the Columbia River system.
United Tribes Technical College waives tuition for qualified students United Tribes Technical College waives tuition for qualified students
The program will allow members of federally recognized tribes to attend the institution without taking out loans or seeking other financial assistance.
Census Bureau to conduct test counts on two reservations in 2017 Census Bureau to conduct test counts on two reservations in 2017
The counts will reach about 3,500 housing units on the Colville Reservation and another 2,900 units on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.
Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing in Arizona Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing in Arizona
The hearing in Phoenix focuses on the Environmental Protection Agency and its dealings with tribes..
Pinoleville Pomo Nation files claim with county for marijuana raid Pinoleville Pomo Nation files claim with county for marijuana raid
The tribe is seeking more than $25,000 after its marijuana crop was destroyed by authorities in Mendocino County, California, in September 2015.
Winnebago Tribe plans election to adjust blood quantum standard Winnebago Tribe plans election to adjust blood quantum standard
Prospective members would be required to be at least one-eighth Winnebago and at least one-fourth Indian.
Soboba Band leader Rose Salgado survives cancer three times Soboba Band leader Rose Salgado survives cancer three times
The tribe's sergeant at arms and former vice chairwoman has defeated two bouts of breast cancer and recently had a cancerous tumor removed.
Gyasi Ross: Let's try not to tear down potential new Native leaders Gyasi Ross: Let's try not to tear down potential new Native leaders
It’s easy to hurt other Natives when we don’t think much of Native people generally.
Lawmakers in Guatemala face complaint over 'stupid Indian' insult Lawmakers in Guatemala face complaint over 'stupid Indian' insult
Estela Ventura, a government official, filed a complaint against lawmakers from the party of President Jimmy Morales.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe sets up sacred camp to oppose pipeline Standing Rock Sioux Tribe sets up sacred camp to oppose pipeline
Indian Country is gearing up a major fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Lakota Country Times: Company downplays extent of Keystone leak Lakota Country Times: Company downplays extent of Keystone leak
Armed guards have kept citizen journalists and tribal activists from gaining access to the spill site in Hutchinson County, South Dakota
Ernestine Chasing Hawk: Jealousy played role in Anna Mae's death Ernestine Chasing Hawk: Jealousy played role in Anna Mae's death
It is my belief that a group of Nawiziwin (jealous women) fabricated a tale about how Anna Mae came to South Dakota to become an FBI informant and betray the very people she fought to protect.
Native Sun News: Ceremony honors  caretaker of sacred Lakota site Native Sun News: Ceremony honors caretaker of sacred Lakota site
Leonard Little Finger and Richard Broken Nose held a ceremony on the bottom of Harney Peak near Sylvan Lake to give prayers to the spiritual caretaker of this mountain, sacred to the Lakota and surrounding tribes.
Ivan Star Comes Out: 'Tribal' laws based on system of imperialism Ivan Star Comes Out: 'Tribal' laws based on system of imperialism
As a modern Lakota society, we must realize that we were not militarily defeated.
Charles Trimble: The facts about the high stakes at Wounded Knee Charles Trimble: The facts about the high stakes at Wounded Knee
I have been following this circus since 1968 when I covered the story for the American Indian Press Association.
Adrianne Chalepah: I'm the comic who waged war on Ralphie May Adrianne Chalepah: I'm the comic who waged war on Ralphie May
Ralphie and I both got kicked all over the internet, and we are going to get back up, and get back on our horses.

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