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Hundreds rally at White House to block Dakota Access Pipeline Hundreds rally at White House to block Dakota Access Pipeline
'This pipeline, it's poison,' Jasilyn Charger, a young member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe said.
Pokagon Band set to reclaim ancestors from museum in Illinois Pokagon Band set to reclaim ancestors from museum in Illinois
The Lake County Discovery Museum is following the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.
Oneida Nation can't be sued under federal credit reporting law Oneida Nation can't be sued under federal credit reporting law
A consumer went to court after sensitive credit card information was printed on receipts issued by tribal businesses.
Scandal continues to hinder Bureau of Indian Education efforts Scandal continues to hinder Bureau of Indian Education efforts
Mistrust runs deep in Indian Country and key members of Congress can't agree on reforms at the troubled agency.
Sandia Pueblo faces fire over ban on balloons during big event Sandia Pueblo faces fire over ban on balloons during big event
The tribe is a sponsor of the popular Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta but restrictions on balloons have some fuming.
House easily approves bills for Native youth and tribal tourism House easily approves bills for Native youth and tribal tourism
The Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children Act and the Native American Tourism and Improving Visitor Experience Act are non-controversial although neither comes with federal funds.
Lakota Country Times: Candidate for Congress seeks debate on reservation in South Dakota Lakota Country Times: Candidate for Congress seeks debate on reservation in South Dakota
U.S. House candidate Paula Hawks (D) has challenged Rep. Kristi Noem (R) to a debate on one of South Dakota's nine Indian reservations this fall.
Alaska tribes exercise banishment power after deaths in village Alaska tribes exercise banishment power after deaths in village
Derek Adams, 22, admitted he caused the deaths of three people, including an eight-year-old boy, in the village of Nunam Iqua.
Trial opens into standoff on land stolen from Burns Paiute Tribe Trial opens into standoff on land stolen from Burns Paiute Tribe
The armed occupation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon generated international and criminal charges.
Mario Gonzalez: Protecting sacred sites from commercialization Mario Gonzalez: Protecting sacred sites from commercialization
There have been several cemeteries and burial grounds that I have been involved in protecting from commercialization and desecration over the years.
Native Sun News Today: Artists bring Great Plains history to life Native Sun News Today: Artists bring Great Plains history to life
Rick Gerlach and Ryan Hunter bring Native history to life with interpretations of items once used on a daily basis by indigenous people of the Great Plains.

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