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Cronkite News: Sen. McCain signs onto bill to stop export of tribal property Cronkite News: Sen. McCain signs onto bill to stop export of tribal property
Arizona and New Mexico lawmakers teamed up this week to sponsor a bipartisan bill that would prevent the auction of sacred tribal items.
Court won't disturb placement of Choctaw Nation girl in ICWA dispute Court won't disturb placement of Choctaw Nation girl in ICWA dispute
A foster family in California has begun claiming to incorporate 'Native American culture into their lives' as part of an attempt to keep the girl from living with her relatives.
Ousted chief of United Keetoowah Band files claim for back pay Ousted chief of United Keetoowah Band files claim for back pay
George Wickliffe is seeking $1,432.58 for the 24 days of work prior to his impeachment in May 2016.
Alaska tribe weighs next move after victory in land-into-trust case Alaska tribe weighs next move after victory in land-into-trust case
Leaders of the Akiachak Native Community will meet to go over an inventory of their lands.
Naomi Schaefer Riley: Tribal justice systems trample on rights of their own people Naomi Schaefer Riley: Tribal justice systems trample on rights of their own people
The justice system on many reservations is a disaster thanks to our desire to respect 'tribal sovereignty.'
Tom Beck: Tribal water rights deal boosts economy in Montana Tom Beck: Tribal water rights deal boosts economy in Montana
In addition to the water right certainty the compact provides, its ratification would mean significant investment in our state’s economy.
Mark Anthony Rolo: Founding Fathers saw Native people as 'savages' Mark Anthony Rolo: Founding Fathers saw Native people as 'savages'
This disparaging, dehumanizing language towards American Indians was put in the Declaration deliberately and for a reason that still resounds.
Delphine Red Shirt: Taking a stronger stance on our water rights Delphine Red Shirt: Taking a stronger stance on our water rights
Most tribes on the North American continent view water as sacred, steam in sweat baths as important for good health, and everything associated with water as gifts Wakan Tanka has given us.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe eyes land claim talks Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe eyes land claim talks
A letter from Oglala Sioux Tribal President John Yellowbird Steele to President Barack Obama regarding the Black Hills land claim has surfaced and has left many wondering.
Battle erupts over partial land-into-trust fix in appropriations bill Battle erupts over partial land-into-trust fix in appropriations bill
Republicans are leading efforts to kill what might be Indian Country's best hope at fixing the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Carcieri v. Salazar.
Clara Caufield: Helping the Cheyenne people tell our own story Clara Caufield: Helping the Cheyenne people tell our own story
I think the Chiefs are right. It is high time to tell more of our own stories.
Tim Giago: Cancer is claiming far too many lives on Pine Ridge Tim Giago: Cancer is claiming far too many lives on Pine Ridge
I began to wonder what it was on the Pine Ridge Reservation that caused all of these wonderful people to come down with cancer and die so young.
Rosita Worl: The Ancient One is a member of our Native family Rosita Worl: The Ancient One is a member of our Native family
The Bring the Ancient One Home Act is a unique opportunity for Congress to enforce existing law, correct the mistakes of the past twenty years and weave an important thread of Native American history back into our modern lives.
Erich Longie: Curse is finally lifted as 'Sioux' mascot goes away Erich Longie: Curse is finally lifted as 'Sioux' mascot goes away
What this really comes down to is this: a few hardcore and racist Fighting Sioux nickname fans just can’t stand to let American Indians 'win one.'
Marc Simmons: Navajo Nation remains a subject of much study Marc Simmons: Navajo Nation remains a subject of much study
It is doubtful that any other group of Natives in our country has been the subject of more books.
Steve Russell: Songs about our Indian wars manage to stay timely Steve Russell: Songs about our Indian wars manage to stay timely
Topical songs about Indians might fade away because fashions changed, but not because the Indian wars are over.
House committee considers three Indian Country bills at markup House committee considers three Indian Country bills at markup
A controversial land-into-trust bill, a commission for Native youth and tourism initiative are on the agenda.
House subcommittee sets hearing on Indian Health Service bill House subcommittee sets hearing on Indian Health Service bill
Rep. Kristi (R-South Dakota) introduced the bill in June 2016 and it has bipartisan support.

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