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Director of Federal Bureau of Investigation heads to Great Plains Director of Federal Bureau of Investigation heads to Great Plains
FBI Director James Comey admitted last October that he hadn't visited a tribe in the Great Plains since taking office in September 2013.
Indian Health Service considers changes in troubled Great Plains Indian Health Service considers changes in troubled Great Plains
At least one tribal leader has demanded the closure of the office in Aberdeen, South Dakota, which is far from nearly every reservation in the region.
Cedric Sunray: The legacy of disenrollment at Haskell University Cedric Sunray: The legacy of disenrollment at Haskell University
My first contact with the issue of disenrollment occurred as a student at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas.
Nine North and South Dakota tribal leaders endorse Hillary Clinton Nine North and South Dakota tribal leaders endorse Hillary Clinton
The announcement comes ahead of South Dakota's primary on June 7.
Robert Cook: Indigenous communities share a sense of optimism Robert Cook: Indigenous communities share a sense of optimism
The contributions of Native Hawaiians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders have helped shaped the history of our country.
William Ledford: Native support for racist mascot is news to me William Ledford: Native support for racist mascot is news to me
Mostly I’m baffled by the sheer ignorance expressed by supporters of the R word.
Amanda Blackhorse: Mascot opponents won't stop despite poll Amanda Blackhorse: Mascot opponents won't stop despite poll
The Washington Post will not shut us up, make us back down, nor does it make any difference in our fight.
Bill lowers tuition at historic Indian university in North Carolina Bill lowers tuition at historic Indian university in North Carolina
The Access to Affordable Higher Education Act lowers tuition to just $500 a semester but it has been controversial.
Gathering of Nations stays put in New Mexico with new venue Gathering of Nations stays put in New Mexico with new venue
The popular powwow will take place at Expo New Mexico, on the site of the state fairgrounds.
Lakota Country Times: Tragedy claims lives of three Native men Lakota Country Times: Tragedy claims lives of three Native men
The frantic two-week long effort to find three men who missing from the Pine Ridge Reservation came to an end when a hunter came across a vehicle submerged in a ravine.
Jim Kent: Counting the ways we did our Vietnam veterans wrong Jim Kent: Counting the ways we did our Vietnam veterans wrong
For those given their 'Welcome Home' and lapel pins this year, it’s actually the 61st anniversary of the Vietnam War.
Clara Caufield: Too many of our young people are dying too soon Clara Caufield: Too many of our young people are dying too soon
Unlike surrounding white communities, many of those who pass in Indian country are very young – too young, I believe.
Editorial: Meth and alcohol abuse are destroying our way of life Editorial: Meth and alcohol abuse are destroying our way of life
It is a major form of hypocrisy for we, as Indian people, to preach about the Wakanyeja and about how precious they are to us and then turn our backs on the horrible things that meth and alcohol are doing to them.
Native Sun News: Tribal members struggle with housing options Native Sun News: Tribal members struggle with housing options
For decades, thousands of Native American families moving back and forth from the reservations have used the Colonial Motel as a temporary housing option.
Alex Jacobs: Huge voter turnout is needed to move the country Alex Jacobs: Huge voter turnout is needed to move the country
This country is apparently ready for a political revolution and it’s heading to The Light Side or The Dark Side, depending on your point of view.

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