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White House official got into fight at powwow over offensive jersey White House official got into fight at powwow over offensive jersey
William Mendoza became upset when he saw someone wearing a Washington NFL jersey with some unusual words written on the back.
Tribes host prayer ceremony for grizzly bear at Glacier National Park Tribes host prayer ceremony for grizzly bear at Glacier National Park
Tribes say they weren't properly consulted about the Obama administration's decision to lift protections for the sacred animal.
Seminole Tribe aims to invalidate water quality standards in Florida Seminole Tribe aims to invalidate water quality standards in Florida
The tribe doesn't think the new standards address the subsistence needs of its people.
Comanche Nation schedules runoff vote over candidate's objection Comanche Nation schedules runoff vote over candidate's objection
Jonathan Poahway, an incumbent on the council, contends he already won the election.
Ute Tribe prevails in reservation boundary dispute yet another time Ute Tribe prevails in reservation boundary dispute yet another time
The tribe has won the case seven times in the last 40 years. But officials in Utah keep on fighting.
Comanche citizen Patricia Davis Gibson named tribal liaison for Portland Comanche citizen Patricia Davis Gibson named tribal liaison for Portland
Patricia Davis Gibson, an attorney, has served as a tribal court judge and has worked on Native youth issues.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe 'not happy' with change to highway signs Standing Rock Sioux Tribe 'not happy' with change to highway signs
The state is removing the likeness of Marcellus Red Tomahawk, a historic tribal leader, from the signs.
Brandon Ecoffey: Best basketball teams always had Native players Brandon Ecoffey: Best basketball teams always had Native players
After weeks upon weeks of writing columns columns about some of the most pressing issues even the most hardened writers need to take a break from that kind of content.
Lakota Country Times: Democrat Paula Hawks reaches out to tribes Lakota Country Times: Democrat Paula Hawks reaches out to tribes
In a race that has received little attention from the South Dakota media, a fresh face is set to challenge incumbent Rep. Kristi Noem (R).
Native Sun News: Film shot at Pine Ridge Reservation hits milestone Native Sun News: Film shot at Pine Ridge Reservation hits milestone
Film history is being made by lots of folks on Pine Ridge who are making a romantic comedy called 'Mallard’s Road.'
Winona LaDuke: Indigenous women need allies in all communities Winona LaDuke: Indigenous women need allies in all communities
The challenges we face as Indigenous women in North America are related to the challenges faced by women elsewhere; and we need true allies.

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