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Gila River Indian Community weighs options after losing Indian Child Welfare Act case Gila River Indian Community weighs options after losing Indian Child Welfare Act case
A conservative group that want to invalidate the landmark Indian Child Welfare Act is representing the non-Indian foster couple in the dispute.
Elena Ortiz: Fiesta commemorates the conquest of Pueblo people Elena Ortiz: Fiesta commemorates the conquest of Pueblo people
It is long past time for the city of Santa Fe to take steps in order to change the narrative of the annual Fiesta celebration.
Friend charged with double homicide for slayings of Native youth Friend charged with double homicide for slayings of Native youth
A friend of Dylan Laboucan, 17, and Cory Grey, 19, has been charged in connection with their deaths.
Native inmate disappears after being taken to powwow on reserve Native inmate disappears after being taken to powwow on reserve
Darrell Moosomin, 54, walked away from the elder who was escorting him at the powwow on the Samson Cree Nation in Alberta.
Court decision highlights sentencing disparities in Indian Country Court decision highlights sentencing disparities in Indian Country
A member of the Meskwaki Tribe who was convicted of murdering his parents will likely stay behind bars for the rest of his life.
Editorial: Settlement recognizes tribal role in water management Editorial: Settlement recognizes tribal role in water management
An agreement reached among officials from the state, Oklahoma City and two American Indian tribes ends what many expected would be a lengthy and costly fight over water rights.
Vernon Finley: Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes seek return of National Bison Range Vernon Finley: Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes seek return of National Bison Range
The idea of simply restoring the National Bison Range to federal trust ownership for the tribes for continued bison conservation and public visitation purposes is a logical one.
Mark Trahant: Are there even any Republicans in Indian Country? Mark Trahant: Are there even any Republicans in Indian Country?
If you look at history, there are a lot more American Indians and Alaska Natives who have won office under the Republican banner.
Charles Carlyle: Questions to ask when doing business with tribes Charles Carlyle: Questions to ask when doing business with tribes
Understanding the right questions to ask is critical to any successful site selection process and given the right environment, a Native location might be the best answer.
Harold Frazier: Obama must put a stop to Dakota Access Pipeline Harold Frazier: Obama must put a stop to Dakota Access Pipeline
The Dakota Access Pipeline threatens the safety and quality of our drinking water, and threatens to destroy the environment of our Sioux reservations along the Missouri River.
Opinion: Court project sees success in protecting Native survivors Opinion: Court project sees success in protecting Native survivors
On any given day the Family Justice Center in downtown Minneapolis is filled with individuals seeking help for domestic violence.
Native Sun News: A day of resistance on the Pine Ridge Reservation Native Sun News: A day of resistance on the Pine Ridge Reservation
Owe Aku, (Bring Back the Way) co-sponsored with many allies a Day of Resistance to the Dilution of Lakota Way of Life at Kiza Park near Manderson, South Dakota.
Tim Giago: Sitting Bull continued to live the traditional Lakota way Tim Giago: Sitting Bull continued to live the traditional Lakota way
One cold winter day Tatanka Iyotanka (Sitting Bull), the great Lakota warrior, was sitting on a bench in front of his home with his two wives on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.
Opinion: The media ignores another 'off the reservation' comment Opinion: The media ignores another 'off the reservation' comment
Did anybody notice when Mark Cuban said he could not support Donald Trump because the Republican candidate 'went off the reservation?'
Steven Newcomb: Another push for assimilation in 'Trail of Tears' Steven Newcomb: Another push for assimilation in 'Trail of Tears'
A host of failed U.S. policies were aimed at making us 'equal Americans,' and they are the very same policies that resulted in our nations being in the predicaments in which we find ourselves today.

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