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Youth share spotlight as House subcommittee takes up Native bills Youth share spotlight as House subcommittee takes up Native bills
Indigenous youth and their colleagues got a special look at the legislative process thanks to Rep. Don Young (R-Alaska).
Steve Russell: Unpopular politicians represent splintered parties Steve Russell: Unpopular politicians represent splintered parties
Constrained by history, we are watching from the cheap seats as both parties splinter in a manner that would be no big deal in a parliamentary system but is a very big deal when there are only two parties and both of them are facing a revolt from below.
LaDonna Harris and Samuel Goodhope: Bernie Sanders shares our cultural values LaDonna Harris and Samuel Goodhope: Bernie Sanders shares our cultural values
At the age of 85, I join my 28-year-old grandson who helped me draft this op-ed, in support of U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders.
Montana establishes 13 satellite voting offices in Indian Country Montana establishes 13 satellite voting offices in Indian Country
The offices are located in nine counties and will help tribal citizens exercise their voting rights.
Bureau of Indian Affairs finalizes tweak to land-into-trust process Bureau of Indian Affairs finalizes tweak to land-into-trust process
Acting assistant secretary Larry Roberts described the change as a 'common sense' approach to land title.
Supreme Court still holding onto decision in tribal jurisdiction case Supreme Court still holding onto decision in tribal jurisdiction case
The justices heard arguments in Dollar General Corporation v. Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians more than 160 days ago and only one other case is older.
St. Regis Mohawk Tribe learns about diabetes treatments in Cuba St. Regis Mohawk Tribe learns about diabetes treatments in Cuba
The Heberprot-P drug has been used successfully in the Caribbean nation but it's still undergoing medical trials in the United States.
More burial mounds still being discovered at national monument in Iowa More burial mounds still being discovered at national monument in Iowa
The Ho-Chunk Nation plans to visit the Effigy Mounds National Monument to help confirm the latest find.
Morongo Band to explore business opportunities with South Korea Morongo Band to explore business opportunities with South Korea
Areas of interest include hospitality, culture, entertainment, retail, commercial, green technology, transportation and construction
Cronkite News: Tribes support efforts to expand criminal authority Cronkite News: Tribes support efforts to expand criminal authority
Witnesses at a Senate Committee on Indian Affairs hearing agreed that giving local authorities the power to pursue prosecutions is the best course
Sandia Pueblo welcomes media to GOP convention in New Mexico Sandia Pueblo welcomes media to GOP convention in New Mexico
All media requests have been approved as the tribe's leader said there never was a 'ban' on coverage at the event.
Tribes blast new Department of Labor rule affecting overtime pay Tribes blast new Department of Labor rule affecting overtime pay
Concerns about unique issues in Indian Country and lack of consultation were glossed over by the Obama administration.
Native Sun News: Bernie Sanders stages rallies in Lakota country Native Sun News: Bernie Sanders stages rallies in Lakota country
Mother Nature provided the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign with perfect weather to stage two Lakota country rallies in South Dakota.
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud Sioux man earns doctoral degree Lakota Country Times: Rosebud Sioux man earns doctoral degree
Positive stories in Lakota Country are abundant if one knows where to look.
Native Sun News: Native tattoo shop celebrates first anniversary Native Sun News: Native tattoo shop celebrates first anniversary
Opening a business and keeping doors open for a year is a true accomplishment and has been a sacred journey for Paul Fiddler, a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe.
Ivan Star Comes Out: Tribes maintain long tradition with lacrosse Ivan Star Comes Out: Tribes maintain long tradition with lacrosse
The game of lacrosse is not simply an ancient game, but it is a sacred/spiritual or medicinal game.

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