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Rosebud Sioux Tribe sues Indian Health Service over 'crisis' in care Rosebud Sioux Tribe sues Indian Health Service over 'crisis' in care
Since the emergency room on the hospital shut down in December, six people have died while seeking urgent care at facilities far from the reservation.
Santee Sioux Tribe hosts task force to address substance abuse Santee Sioux Tribe hosts task force to address substance abuse
The North American Inter-Tribal Drug Task Force brings tribal, federal, state and local officials together to address substance abuse issues.
Muckleshoot Tribe to host $50K 'Gold Cup' for Indian relay racing Muckleshoot Tribe to host $50K 'Gold Cup' for Indian relay racing
The season opener for the Professional Indian Horse Racing Association circuit takes place June 10-12 at the tribally-owned Emerald Downs in Auburn, Washington.
Man in long fight with Shingle Springs Band faces longer sentence Man in long fight with Shingle Springs Band faces longer sentence
Cesar Caballero was sentenced to 60 days in a mail fraud case but never turned himself in. Now he's facing a year in prison.
Steve Russell: Donald Trump advisor accuses tribes of terror plot Steve Russell: Donald Trump advisor accuses tribes of terror plot
One of Donald Trump’s five principal foreign policy advisors was counsel in a lawsuit to prevent the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes from taking over a dam on tribal land, formerly known as Kerr Dam and now called Salish-Kootenai Dam.
Member of Puyallup Tribe develops 'Teepee' tribal directory app Member of Puyallup Tribe develops 'Teepee' tribal directory app
Information about every federally recognized tribe in the United States is available in an app designed for Apple's iPhone and iPad.
Cronkite News: EPA slammed for response to Gold King Mine spill Cronkite News: EPA slammed for response to Gold King Mine spill
Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) and Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-Arizona) are accusing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency of neglect for the agency’s response to Navajo communities after a Colorado mine spill polluted the San Juan River last August.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs approves eight bills at meeting Senate Committee on Indian Affairs approves eight bills at meeting
The bills address Indian education, dam safety, Dine College on the Navajo Nation, Alaska Native health care and a New Mexico tribe.
Huge crowds flock to New Mexico for annual Gathering of Nations Huge crowds flock to New Mexico for annual Gathering of Nations
The 33rd annual event is billed as the largest powwow and Native cultural exhibition in North America.
Northwest tribes inch closer to reburial of Kennewick Man remains Northwest tribes inch closer to reburial of Kennewick Man remains
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has once again confirmed that the remains known to the tribe as the Ancient One are Native American.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe to debut justice center Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe to debut justice center
For many years the Oglala Sioux tribal corrections department operated with almost no resources and tiny facilities.
Editorial: Native Sun News endorses Hillary Clinton for president Editorial: Native Sun News endorses Hillary Clinton for president
There is so much baloney flying around out there about Hillary Clinton that we want to set the record straight.
Native Sun News: Comments sought on Black Hills mine cleanup Native Sun News: Comments sought on Black Hills mine cleanup
Taxpayers have 30 days to comment on a liability agreement that would reduce their costs by $10 million for the ongoing Superfund cleanup at the abandoned Gilt Edge Mine in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne district official fired from tribal job Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne district official fired from tribal job
When Justin FourHorns was elected by his peers as the District Chairman of the Muddy District, Northern Cheyenne reservation; he was enthused about that opportunity.
Alex Jacobs: Hillary Clinton must answer to role in Honduras coup Alex Jacobs: Hillary Clinton must answer to role in Honduras coup
No President or politician has ever done anything good or positive for the poor people of Honduras.

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