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Tribes find common ground with Donald Trump on Supreme Court nominee Tribes find common ground with Donald Trump on Supreme Court nominee (02/17)
It's been a rocky start for the Trump administration but the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the nation's highest court is drawing praise in Indian Country.
Bureau of Indian Affairs issues 'trespass' notice to #NoDAPL camp Bureau of Indian Affairs issues 'trespass' notice to #NoDAPL camp (02/17)
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is no longer willing to accept Sacred Stone, the original #NoDAPL encampment.
Hearing on injunction against Dakota Access Pipeline moved to February 28 Hearing on injunction against Dakota Access Pipeline moved to February 28 (02/17)
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe are pushing hard to stop the controversial project.
Native Sun News Today: Drilling test in treaty territory stirs concern Native Sun News Today: Drilling test in treaty territory stirs concern (02/17)
Tribal authorities and other members of the public roundly questioned proposals for drilling deep boreholes to test nuclear waste disposal technology in 1851 Ft. Laramie Treaty territory.
Cronkite News: Navajo Nation school official worried about Trump era cuts Cronkite News: Navajo Nation school official worried about Trump era cuts (02/16)
The superintendent for Navajo schools said 'alarming' calls for the Trump administration to eliminate Head Start funding could leave tribal children without preschool programs or the education resources they desperately need to succeed.
Native women push for more action on missing and murdered sisters Native women push for more action on missing and murdered sisters (02/16)
Advocates are hoping to build on the pro-tribal provisions of the Violence Against Women Act.
Army Department formally cancels review of Dakota Access Pipeline Army Department formally cancels review of Dakota Access Pipeline (02/16)
The decision from the Donald Trump administration marks another slight to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
Monte Mills: Tribes turn to courts to battle Dakota Access Pipeline Monte Mills: Tribes turn to courts to battle Dakota Access Pipeline (02/16)
Unlike the voices of thousands who joined the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in protest, the next chapter will be argued by a few lawyers in the pin drop silence of a federal courtroom.
Native Sun News Today: Dakota Access firms see spills and explosions Native Sun News Today: Dakota Access firms see spills and explosions (02/16)
Two giant oil companies involved in the Dakota Access Pipeline experienced toxic spills and fiery explosions on their other lines in February.
Standing Rock leader vows to 'forgive' but keep fighting after White House slight Standing Rock leader vows to 'forgive' but keep fighting after White House slight (02/15)
Mistrust of the new Trump administration is running high as Indian Country tries to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Freedom Socialist: Voices from water protectors at Standing Rock Freedom Socialist: Voices from water protectors at Standing Rock (02/15)
Our final days representing Radical Women and Freedom Socialist Party at Standing Rock were action-packed and compelling.
Native Sun News Today: Rapid City rivals in crosstown showdown Native Sun News Today: Rapid City rivals in crosstown showdown (02/15)
Raider Head Coach Chris Stoebner is a pretty husky guy, but the first words out of his mouth after his team’s 54-41 defeat of arch-rival Rapid City Central were, 'I’m exhausted!'
Native women host Capitol Hill briefing on missing and murdered sisters Native women host Capitol Hill briefing on missing and murdered sisters (02/15)
Advocates are calling for May 5 to be designated as National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls.
Native Sun News Today: Vic Runnels was an artist for all seasons Native Sun News Today: Vic Runnels was an artist for all seasons (02/15)
Vic Runnels passed away on January 29. He was a multitalented artist and member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe.
New leader of key House panel defends handling of Dakota Access Pipeline New leader of key House panel defends handling of Dakota Access Pipeline (02/14)
Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-California) is toeing the Republican party line when it comes to the controversial project.
Tribal leaders hear dueling messages on Indian health in the new Donald Trump era Tribal leaders hear dueling messages on Indian health in the new Donald Trump era (02/14)
Indian issues have always been portrayed as non-partisan but it looks like that's no longer the case, at least when it comes to health care.
Native Sun News Today: Indian lawmakers invited to 'cracker barrel' Native Sun News Today: Indian lawmakers invited to 'cracker barrel' (02/14)
Three Native American legislators are among the 21 South Dakota state lawmakers invited to meet the public at the first-ever cracker barrel in Rapid City.
Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Tribe joins Cobell buy-back efforts Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Tribune: Tribe joins Cobell buy-back efforts (02/13)
With each passing generation new problems arise in Indian country that threaten tribal sovereignty.
Dakota Access ready to start transporting oil sooner than expected Dakota Access ready to start transporting oil sooner than expected (02/13)
Even though Dakota Access is moving a lot faster than anticipated, a federal judge declined to halt construction activities in North Dakota.
Army Corps gave green light to Dakota Access Pipeline in key memo Army Corps gave green light to Dakota Access Pipeline in key memo (02/13)
The agency with a history of mistrust in Indian Country helped the Donald Trump administration justify its approval of the controversial project.
Donald Trump's Cabinet grows with more anti-Indian advocates Donald Trump's Cabinet grows with more anti-Indian advocates (02/13)
Attorney General Jeff Sessions won't support tribal jurisdiction over non-Indians while Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price wants to dismantle Obamacare.
First State of Indian Nations address in the new Donald Trump era First State of Indian Nations address in the new Donald Trump era (02/13)
National Congress of American Indians President Brian Cladoosby is delivering the speech in Washington, D.C.
More tribes join effort to halt completion of Dakota Access Pipeline More tribes join effort to halt completion of Dakota Access Pipeline (02/13)
The fight over the Dakota Access Pipeline is entering a crucial phase as tribes and their citizens place their faith in a system of justice that hasn't always addressed their concerns.
Native Sun News Today: Wambli Ska keeps culture alive for youth Native Sun News Today: Wambli Ska keeps culture alive for youth (02/13)
A young jingle dress dancer flits across the floor practicing her dance moves as a young warrior completes putting on his traditional outfit so he can get his picture taken with the reigning Royalty of the Wambli Ska Drum & Dance Society.
Tribes head back to court in hopes of halting Dakota Access Pipeline Tribes head back to court in hopes of halting Dakota Access Pipeline (02/10)
The fate of the controversial project lies in the hands of a federal judge who has twice refused to stop construction in North Dakota.
Cronkite News: Navajo Nation camps mix tradition and technology Cronkite News: Navajo Nation camps mix tradition and technology (02/10)
The STEM camps teach Navajo students, both middle and high school, how to merge chain reaction machines with storytelling and Navajo culture.
Native Sun News Today: Northern Cheyenne Tribe rounds up horses Native Sun News Today: Northern Cheyenne Tribe rounds up horses (02/10)
Reminiscent of old western days, the Northern Cheyenne Tribe has been conducting a round-up of wild horses, clearing range near public roadways for safety reasons.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs advances nine bills at first meeting Senate Committee on Indian Affairs advances nine bills at first meeting (02/09)
Members of the panel are hoping bipartisanship wins the day even as Republicans and Democrats remain far apart on Capitol Hill.
Little Shell Chippewa Tribe continues long journey for federal status Little Shell Chippewa Tribe continues long journey for federal status (02/09)
The tribe's ancestors negotiated and signed treaties in the late 1800s but they have yet to be formally acknowledged by the United States.
Dakota Access pushes to finish pipeline with Army Corps easement in hand Dakota Access pushes to finish pipeline with Army Corps easement in hand (02/09)
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe is already fighting back with a request to halt all construction activities.
Cronkite News: Navajo Nation is still waiting for disaster assistance Cronkite News: Navajo Nation is still waiting for disaster assistance (02/09)
Multiple federal agencies were unable to provide disaster relief to the Navajo Nation after the Gold King Mine disaster that spilled 3 million gallons of toxins into the Animas River, the tribe’s president told a Senate panel.
Native Sun News Today: School donates to Northern Cheyenne elders and youth Native Sun News Today: School donates to Northern Cheyenne elders and youth (02/09)
Chief Dull Knife College language and cultural instructor Burt Medicine Bull and his students had the opportunity to gift tribal elders and children with warm blankets and coats donated by the Lippon School in Ohio.
Tribal leaders and Indian educators concerned about Donald Trump's new Cabinet member Tribal leaders and Indian educators concerned about Donald Trump's new Cabinet member (02/08)
A billionaire with no experience in public education will have major sway over Indian youth as part of the president's new administration.
J. Gabriel Ware and James Trimarco: City of Seattle breaks with bank over Dakota Access Pipeline financing J. Gabriel Ware and James Trimarco: City of Seattle breaks with bank over Dakota Access Pipeline financing (02/08)
The movement to stop the controversial Dakota Access pipeline through financial activism took an important step forward.
Key Dakota Access document from Army Corps wasn't filed in court Key Dakota Access document from Army Corps wasn't filed in court (02/08)
The agency with a long history of mistrust in Indian Country prepared a legal and technical analysis as part of the Trump administration's push for the pipeline.

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