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Sen. Warren stands up to Donald Trump despite his 'Indian' insults Sen. Warren stands up to Donald Trump despite his 'Indian' insults
The Democratic lawmaker from Massachusetts is warning the presumptive Republican presidential nominee that using stereotypes and slurs didn't pay off for another opponent.
Muckleshoot Tribe aims to develop land by sacred Snoqualmie Falls Muckleshoot Tribe aims to develop land by sacred Snoqualmie Falls
The Snoqualmie Tribe has been opposing efforts to develop land near the falls, which are known for their healing powers.
Shinnecock Nation citizens must pay to access their ancestral land Shinnecock Nation citizens must pay to access their ancestral land
Tribal members aren't treated as residents in the village of Southampton, New York, even though they live right next door on their reservation.
Tribes and educators push for newer data for key funding program Tribes and educators push for newer data for key funding program
The Native student population has grown by leaps and bounds in the last 20 years but the Bureau of Indian Affairs is stuck on Johnson O’Malley data from 1995.
House panel sets hearing for Native youth and Alaska Native bills House panel sets hearing for Native youth and Alaska Native bills
The May 22 hearing is the first for the House Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs in nearly two months.
Tribes open talks to repatriate relatives buried at boarding school Tribes open talks to repatriate relatives buried at boarding school
The Rosebud Sioux Tribe, the Northern Arapaho Tribe and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe are meeting with federal and military officials to discuss the young ones who are buried at Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania.
Native residential school survivors reach $50M settlement in Canada Native residential school survivors reach $50M settlement in Canada
People who lived at residential schools in Newfoundland and Labrador will benefit from direct payments.
Jicarilla Apache Nation draws true believers for conference on UFOs Jicarilla Apache Nation draws true believers for conference on UFOs
Tribal members and other people have reported seeing unusual objects in the skies over the reservation in northern New Mexico.
Canada to support United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Canada to support United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Canada was one of four governments -- a list that included the United States -- that voted against the declaration in September 2007.
Border town promises change after fatal shooting of Navajo woman Border town promises change after fatal shooting of Navajo woman
Loreal Tsingine, 27, was shot and killed by a police officer in Winslow, Arizona, on March 27.
Tribes welcome decision against coal export terminal in Washington Tribes welcome decision against coal export terminal in Washington
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers determined that going forward with the Gateway Pacific Terminal would essentially abrogate tribal treaty rights.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe debuts veterans housing Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe debuts veterans housing
The South Dakota tribe is participating in the new Veterans Affairs Support Housing program.
Brandon Ecoffey: Oglala Sioux Tribe should impose a 'wellness tax' Brandon Ecoffey: Oglala Sioux Tribe should impose a 'wellness tax'
For all the negativity that exists in Indian Country there are always positive movements taking shape in some way or another.
Native Sun News: Newspaper secures highest honor in South Dakota Native Sun News: Newspaper secures highest honor in South Dakota
Native Sun News staff came home last week from the South Dakota Newspaper Association’s Better Newspaper contest in Mitchell with the association’s top award, General Excellence.
Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe gathers for big meeting Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne Tribe gathers for big meeting
A large number of Northern Cheyenne tribal citizens gathered at the Muddy District Hall on the reservation to discuss concerns related to actions of the tribal government.
Doreen Wonda Johnson: National Code Talker Museum needed in D.C. Doreen Wonda Johnson: National Code Talker Museum needed in D.C.
Our freedom is the direct result of the sacrifices of our Navajo Code Talkers during the Second World War.
Bernie Sanders hosts community meeting on Pine Ridge Reservation Bernie Sanders hosts community meeting on Pine Ridge Reservation
The Democratic presidential candidate is bringing his campaign to Indian Country again.

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