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Former Navajo Nation lawmakers sentenced for misuse of funds Former Navajo Nation lawmakers sentenced for misuse of funds
The tribe's special prosecutor alleged misuse of $843,535 in funds that were doled to lawmakers and their family members.
Sen. Bernie Sanders joins opposition to Dakota Access Pipeline Sen. Bernie Sanders joins opposition to Dakota Access Pipeline
The #NoDAPL movement is gaining some political muscle amid a fight in the courts and on the ground.
Hopi Tribe struggles to address high levels of arsenic in water Hopi Tribe struggles to address high levels of arsenic in water
The tribe needs $18 million to $20 million to fix the water system but it doesn't have the money.
Spokane Tribe hit hard as blaze destroys homes on reservation Spokane Tribe hit hard as blaze destroys homes on reservation
Fellow tribes have sent fire crews and donations to help families in need on the Washington reservation.
Ute Tribe remains busy in court with appeal in contract dispute Ute Tribe remains busy in court with appeal in contract dispute
A former employee claims he is owed $23 million for doing energy development work for the Utah tribe.
Osage Nation celebrates $74M acquisition of ancestral territory Osage Nation celebrates $74M acquisition of ancestral territory
The Oklahoma tribe is filing a land-into-trust application for the 43,000-acre ranch Bluestem Ranch.
Leader of Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe dispels rumors about #NoDAPL camp site Leader of Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe dispels rumors about #NoDAPL camp site
The thousands of people who are resisting the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline are promoting peace not pipe bombs, Chairman Harold Frazier said.
Lakota Country Times: Bill honors memory of young Northern Cheyenne woman Lakota Country Times: Bill honors memory of young Northern Cheyenne woman
Lawmakers from Montana have introduced legislation to create a National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls.
John Yellow Bird Steele: A great step forward with Black Elk Peak John Yellow Bird Steele: A great step forward with Black Elk Peak
The Oceti Sakowin, or Seven Council Fires of the Great Sioux Nation, and the United States took a long stride forward towards justice in the Black Hills.
Dave Archambault: Why the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline Dave Archambault: Why the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline
Chairman Dave Archambault II of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe explains why his people are standing up to the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline.
Native Sun News: Thousands join #NoDAPL pipeline resistance movement Native Sun News: Thousands join #NoDAPL pipeline resistance movement
Delegations from near and far poured into the Red Warrior Camp and Sacred Stone Spirit Camp in Cannon Ball, to take part in prayer ceremonies and direct actions aimed at preventing pipeline companies from building the oil transport route across the Missouri River.
Dina Gilio-Whitaker: There's more than one path to reconciliation Dina Gilio-Whitaker: There's more than one path to reconciliation
Forgiveness might be one path to acceptance, experts tell us, but it isn’t the only one.

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