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Dakota Access cries of financial hit as young victim remains in hospital Dakota Access cries of financial hit as young victim remains in hospital (11/22)
Evidence continues to mount of the extreme violence and extreme tactics employed by Morton County Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier.
Dakota Access Pipeline continues legal push as frontline hit by assaults in North Dakota Dakota Access Pipeline continues legal push as frontline hit by assaults in North Dakota (11/21)
Upwards of 300 people were injured by law enforcement in the largest single crackdown to date.
Navajo Nation settles dispute over sale of unauthorized 'Navajo' products Navajo Nation settles dispute over sale of unauthorized 'Navajo' products (11/17)
The tribe will enter into a license and supply agreement with Urban Outfitters and will collaborate on a line of 'authentic' jewelry.
Dakota Access defies easement delay and vows to finish pipeline Dakota Access defies easement delay and vows to finish pipeline (11/15)
The wealthy backers of the controversial project insist they don't need a written easement to finish the $4.8 billion oil pipeline.
Dakota Access Pipeline faces a small fine for disturbing tribal site Dakota Access Pipeline faces a small fine for disturbing tribal site (11/14)
A firm that just saw a $1.2 billion influx in cash could easily settle the $15,000 fine proposed by the North Dakota Public Utilities Commission.
Indian Country prepares for a new jolt on Dakota Access Pipeline Indian Country prepares for a new jolt on Dakota Access Pipeline (11/14)
A decision on a crucial easement remains in the air as tribes prepare for Donald Trump in the White House.
Cedar Wilkie Gillette: We can all support the #NoDAPL movement Cedar Wilkie Gillette: We can all support the #NoDAPL movement (11/14)
The fracking industry and its creditors, those banks, may not have much regard for water or human rights, but they do care about money
Chukchansi Tribe sued for $750K in unpaid rent on headquarters Chukchansi Tribe sued for $750K in unpaid rent on headquarters (11/04)
One faction of the California tribe was using an office building as its headquarters during
Poarch Band of Creek Indians plans amusement park near coast Poarch Band of Creek Indians plans amusement park near coast (11/03)
The $500 million Owa project in Alabama includes an amusement park, hotel, retail and other amenities.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe moves to cut ties with pipeline investors Standing Rock Sioux Tribe moves to cut ties with pipeline investors (11/02)
The tribe won't do business with Wells Fargo, its longtime banker, or other institutions with financial ties to the controversial project.
Tribes reminded about new rule affecting overtime for employees Tribes reminded about new rule affecting overtime for employees (11/01)
Tribes will be required to increase overtime wages for employees but some say it will hurt programs and services.
Jackson Rancheria joins publishing industry with The Acorn News Jackson Rancheria joins publishing industry with The Acorn News (10/31)
The Acorn News is being published Tuesdays and Fridays.
Yakama Nation secures $30M loan to expand utility company Yakama Nation secures $30M loan to expand utility company (10/27)
The tribe is seeking to provide electric service throughout the entire reservation in Washington.
The Sioux Chef is on track to open indigenous restaurant in Minnesota in 2017 The Sioux Chef is on track to open indigenous restaurant in Minnesota in 2017 (10/27)
Sean Sherman raised nearly $149,000 -- the most ever for a restaurant campaign on Kickstarter.
Navajo Nation lawmaker warns further action needed on hemp Navajo Nation lawmaker warns further action needed on hemp (10/26)
No agreements have been signed to start growing hemp on the reservation, officials said.
Former Obama administration official joins Native owned firm Former Obama administration official joins Native owned firm (10/26)
Lillian Sparks Robinson, a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, led the Administration for Native Americans for more than six years.
Navajo Nation in discussions to cultivate hemp on reservation Navajo Nation in discussions to cultivate hemp on reservation (10/25)
The Navajo Nation Council legalized hemp in 2000 but cultivation has never gotten off the ground.
Eastern Cherokees looking to build data center on reservation Eastern Cherokees looking to build data center on reservation (10/25)
The North Carolina tribe plans to secure $100 million in financing for the project.
Crow Tribe signs agreement to resolve long-running tax dispute Crow Tribe signs agreement to resolve long-running tax dispute (10/21)
The tribe will finally receive taxes on coal extracted from its mineral estate.
Poarch Band of Creek Indians can't be sued for firing employee Poarch Band of Creek Indians can't be sued for firing employee (10/20)
A long-time health employee alleged she was replaced by someone much younger.
Chemehuevi Tribe secures approval of HEARTH Act regulations Chemehuevi Tribe secures approval of HEARTH Act regulations (10/20)
The California tribe won't have to seek approval from the Bureau of Indian Affairs for every single business site lease.
Charles Carlyle: Indian Country still lacking in basic infrastructure Charles Carlyle: Indian Country still lacking in basic infrastructure (10/18)
'Forward-thinking tribes are looking for ways to diversify their industries to ensure their self-sufficiency, and some have been successful despite innate location challenges.'
Morongo Band attracts more business to key part of reservation Morongo Band attracts more business to key part of reservation (10/18)
The southern California tribe now boasts a Starbucks and a Panda Express along a well-trafficked highway.
Mike Myers: Leech Lake Band takes lead in solar development Mike Myers: Leech Lake Band takes lead in solar development (10/17)
'As privately held Indigenous nation chartered companies we sit in a unique position.'
Editorial: Businesses can't continue to ignore Native American Day Editorial: Businesses can't continue to ignore Native American Day (10/13)
It happens every year and we have been fighting it for 26 year now.
Another big week as Standing Rock Sioux Tribe heads back to court Another big week as Standing Rock Sioux Tribe heads back to court (10/03)
Sacred sites and big dollar signs are in focus as a federal appeals court takes on the #NoDAPL controversy.
Cronkite News: Navajo Nation development plan stirs controversy Cronkite News: Navajo Nation development plan stirs controversy (09/30)
The tension surrounding the Grand Canyon Escalade on Navajo land has ratcheted up as the Navajo tribal council introduced a bill proposing the development.
Native American Financial Services Association hires new director Native American Financial Services Association hires new director (09/28)
Gary 'Litefoot' Davis joins the organization amid heightened scrutiny of the tribal lending industry.
President Barack Obama signs bill to promote Native tourism into law President Barack Obama signs bill to promote Native tourism into law (09/26)
The NATIVE Act makes a simple change that supporters hope will send more tourism dollars to Native communities.
Another North Dakota tribe battles pipeline company in court Another North Dakota tribe battles pipeline company in court (09/23)
The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation is a partner in the Sacagawea Pipeline but did not give consent to the project.
Another rollercoaster week as #NoDAPL fight enters new phase Another rollercoaster week as #NoDAPL fight enters new phase (09/19)
The fate of the $3.8 billion project rests on actions in faraway Washington, D.C.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs schedules business meeting Senate Committee on Indian Affairs schedules business meeting (09/19)
Bills to reform the Indian Health Service and improve economic development opportunities in Indian Country are on the agenda.
Lakota Country Times: Rosebud Sioux Tribe wins sovereignty case Lakota Country Times: Rosebud Sioux Tribe wins sovereignty case (09/15)
A ruling from the South Dakota Supreme Court has reaffirmed the authority of the Rosebud Sioux Tribal Court and recognized the sovereignty of the Sicangu Nation.
Northern Cheyenne Tribe aims to boost economic opportunities Northern Cheyenne Tribe aims to boost economic opportunities (09/14)
The Northern Cheyenne Development Corporation is expanding its portfolio with a laundromat, a second gas station and a mall for local businesses.
Oneida Nation can't be sued under federal credit reporting law Oneida Nation can't be sued under federal credit reporting law (09/13)
A consumer went to court after sensitive credit card information was printed on receipts issued by tribal businesses.

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