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Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation wins big court victory

The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape people have been restored to their rightful place in New Jersey history.

Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation public statement of gratitude

The Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation is celebrating the settlement of a civil rights lawsuit.

Lytton Band donates $1 million to help victims of wildfire

The Lytton Band of Pomo Indians is helping victims of the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history

Tribal leader tapped for legal transition team in Michigan

Chairperson Aaron Payment of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe will be helping Dana Nessel prepare to serve as Michigan's Attorney General.

Native Sun News Today: Oglala Sioux Tribe elects new leader

Julian Bear Runner will become one of the youngest candidates to win the presidency of the Oglala Sioux Tribe.

Cronkite News: Report looks at missing and murdered sisters

On November 14, 1992, a Native American woman was found murdered in Tucson, and 26 years later her name is still not known.

Tribes see another decline in slot machine revenues in Connecticut

The two tribal casinos in Connecticut each reported a 10 percent decline in slot machine revenues, a sign of growing competition in New England.

Shoshone-Bannock Tribes report arrests of fugitives at casino

Three men who allegedly shot at a law enforcement officer were arrested at a Shoshone-Bannock Tribes casino.

'Termination is here': Tribes rally against Trump administration

Tribal leaders are calling on Congress to repudiate the Trump administration in light of recent decisions that undermine the federal government's trust relationship.

Recap: #StandWithMashpee march for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe

The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe is fighting to protect its reservation in Massachusetts.

Native Sun News Today: Lakota activists stall uranium mining hearing

Leaders and citizens of the Oglala Sioux Tribe are protesting uranium development on their homelands.

Clara Caufield: Another Northern Cheyenne warrior passes on

Tim Lame Woman, whose Cheyenne name was Night Bear, dedicated his life to his people.

Cronkite News: A 'purple' Arizona? Democrat wins key Senate race

Political pundits credit Democrat Kyrsten Sinema for appealing to moderate and independent voters in her successful run for U.S. Senate.

Lakota woman remains in critical condition after brutal attack

Sheena Between Lodges, 32, came out of a coma after being severely beaten. She remains under close watch in South Dakota.

Anti-Indian hate crimes rose dramatically in first year of Trump presidency

Hate crimes against Native Americans increased a whopping 63 percent after Donald Trump took office.

Witness list for Senate Committee on Indian Affairs hearing

Tribal leaders from Arizona, North Dakota and Oklahoma are testifying in support of bills that affect their communities.

Native Sun News Today: Tribes discuss takeover of troubled hospital

The future of the Sioux San Hospital, an Indian Health Service facility in South Dakota, is at stake.

Mark Trahant: Election lessons for Indian Country

So much history was made this Election Day and it really was the year of the Native woman.

Ivan Star Comes Out: Our problems can be traced to our tribal constitution

I believe life on the homeland will not evolve until we rid ourselves of this so-called 'constitution' that was shoved down our throats.

Mary Annette Pember: Witnessing history on Native Election Night

While covering the midterms from Minnesota, I couldn't help but feel the pride my mother would have felt had she lived to see this day.

Cronkite News: Arizona voters send first woman to U.S. Senate

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema has defeated Republican Martha McSally in the highly contested race.

Muscogee (Creek) Nation condemned for changes at media outlet

The formerly independent Mvskoke Media is being placed under the control of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation's executive branch.

Choctaw Nation announces another expansion of flagship casino

The Choctaw Nation is adding a 1,000-room hotel and a slate of another amenities to its largest casino.

Cowlitz Tribe sues to block release of video of alleged attack

The Cowlitz Tribe doesn't want video of an alleged attack at its casino being made public.

Coeur d'Alene Tribe undertakes massive renovation of casino

The Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel is seeing some big changes as it wraps up its 25th anniversary celebration.

Snoqualmie Tribe opens private gaming room on 10th anniversary

The Snoqualmie Tribe has been celebrating the 10th anniversary of its casino in Washington with a string of upgrades and additions.

Native Republican candidate refuses to concede race for Congress

Two candidates. Two victory speeches. But only one of them will end up going to Congress.

Bill to address missing and murdered sisters scheduled for action

Savanna's Act represents a first step to address what Native women are calling an epidemic.

Senate Committee on Indian Affairs takes up three bills at hearing

The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is getting back to work after the historic mid-term election.

Tim Giago: When a grandmother is an accessory to murder

There are times when news stories come across my desk that are sickening.

Terri Hansen and Jacqueline Keeler: Yes, Native people are still here

It’s an excellent time to refocus our attention on the Indigenous origins of democracy in this country.

Native Sun News Today: Union seeks to organize Native hotel workers

Tribal members are doing the dirty work and not being compensated, rewarded or acknowledged.

Elizabeth Cook-Lynn: Book about Vine Deloria's influence a page turner

Vine Deloria, Jr., the Native author, theologian, historian, and activist, was a star of his time.

Cronkite News: Votes still being counted for Senate race in Arizona

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema or Republican Martha McSally? Voters still don't know the outcome of a key U.S. Senate race.

Tribes see setback in caribou reintroduction efforts in Lower 48

The South Selkirk Mountains caribou herd is down to just six animals.

Ho-Chunk Nation takes step forward with off-reservation casino

The Ho-Chunk Nation's off-reservation casino is finally moving forward in a more politically-friendly environment in Wisconsin.

Lakota woman fighting for her life after brutal beating

A 32-year-old Lakota woman suffered a traumatic brain injury after being beaten in South Dakota.

Democracy Now: Deb Haaland promises action on missing and murdered sisters

One of the first Native women elected to Congress is calling for a national probe into missing and murdered indigenous women.

Bill John Baker: Remembering the service of Cherokee Code Talkers

At Cherokee Nation we are adamant about honoring and paying respects to those who have fought for the liberties we enjoy every day and hold so dear.

Native Sun News Today: Oglala Sioux Tribe expands nursing home

Construction is underway on a new wing at the Oglala Sioux Lakota Nursing Home.

Clara Caufield: Reflections about grizzly and black bears

According to one of my Cheyenne relatives, there are many 'bad bear' stories in our history.

Native candidate edged out in race for another seat in Congress

It looks like Yvette Herrell, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, won't be joining two other Native women in Congress.

Native Sun News Today: Seeking justice for victims at Whiteclay

Activists and citizens are seeking action about unsolved deaths in a tiny town near the Pine Ridge Reservation.

Abaki Beck: Documentary explores removal of Indian children

"Dawnland" shows how the state of Maine is confronting its harmful legacy.

James Giago Davies: Maybe younger people are really onto something

We often assume age and experience matter most when it comes to making wise decisions, or in understanding how the world actually operates.

Cronkite News: Arizona awaits outcome of key Senate race

The Senate race between Kyrsten Sinema and Martha McSally remained too close to call. But results from Arizona are expected soon.

Native candidates claim majority on county commission in Utah

The non-Native hold on power in San Juan County, Utah, has finally come to an end.

Oglala Sioux Tribe elects newcomer Julian Bear Runner as president

At age 33, Julian Bear Runner was the youngest candidate for president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe.

Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation returns Mark Fox to chairman's post

Mark Fox has won re-election as the leader of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation.

Cherokee Nation disputes disruption of sensitive sites at new casino

A local artist who claims Cherokee ancestry is accusing the Cherokee Nation of acting in a 'non-Indian' way.

Quapaw Tribe moves forward with casino bid after victory at polls

In just two years, the Quapaw Tribe could be opening a casino named in honor of a chief who was laid to rest in Arkansas.

Native women headed to Congress for first time after historic election

Sharice Davids in Kansas and Deb Haaland in New Mexico became the first Native women elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.

Native vote once again propels Jon Tester to victory in close Senate race

The power of the Native vote is on display as a vulnerable Democrat survived a near-fatal blow in the heart of Trump country.

Only one state makes history with election of first Native governor

Republican Kevin Stitt came through in Oklahoma while Democrat Paulette Jordan fell short in Idaho.

Minnesota picks ticket with Native Democrat in governor's race

Peggy Flanagan, a citizen of the White Earth Nation, will be the first Native lieutenant governor of Minnesota.

Jonathan Nez wins election as president of Navajo Nation

The Navajo Nation has gone through another unusual election cycle.

Cherokee Nation and Quapaw Tribe secure victory with gaming initiative

After spending nearly $6 million on a ballot initiative, two tribes based in Oklahoma have emerged victorious in Arkansas.

Election Day: #NativeVote18 races to watch across the nation

Election Day is finally here and Native candidates across the nation are hoping to secure victory at the polls in what has become a landmark year for the Native vote.

Seminole Tribe claims victory in costly campaign to protect gaming enterprise

It cost nearly $25 million but the Seminole Tribe has emerged victorious with its campaign to limit non-Indian gaming in Florida.

'I was born an Omaha and I'm going to die an Omaha'

The Omaha Tribe is defending its decision to remove dually-enrolled citizens from the rolls.

Cronkite News: Women are making their voices heard on Election Day

In what is being called the Year of the Woman, more and more women are running for public office.

Native candidate fights for Alaska's future as election day nears

Debra Call, a Democrat, fears the lives of Native citizens in Alaska will be put at risk if her Republican opponent wins on November 6.

Native women thank Heidi Heitkamp on eve of critical election

Heidi Heitkamp, Democrat from North Dakota, stands up for Native American women.

Arne Vainio: Let's make sure our votes count in this election

My grandfather's vote would have mattered. My vote matters. Your vote matters.

Tim Giago: We need more Native American judges in South Dakota

We believe it is high time to open the doors of the court houses in South Dakota to be inclusive of the Native Americans.

Mark Trahant: There's no turning back in historic #NativeVote18 year

There are a hundred-plus Native American candidates running for office. More than half are women.

Cronkite News: Trump denies calling on troops to shoot at migrants

A caravan of immigrants from Central America has been President Trump's topic of choice as the election approaches.

Ute Tribe welcomes return of ancestral land in Colorado

"This good man reached out to the Ute Tribe, on his own, to return this land to us," Chairman Luke Duncan said of the exchange.

Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation chooses chairman and council

Rodney Butler will serve another term as chairman of the Connecticut-based tribe.

Employees love working at the National Indian Gaming Commission

The independent federal agency that oversees the $32 billion tribal casino industry is one of the best places to work in government.

Wilton Rancheria secures approval of gaming management agreement

The Wilton Rancheria is getting closer to its goal of self-sufficiency.

Seminole Tribe spends more than $24 million on gaming initiative

The Seminole Tribe has made a big bet on Election Day in order to protect its gaming enterprise.

Tribal gaming industry sees another quarter of growth in Arizona

Tribes shared nearly $27 million in gaming revenues with the state of Arizona in what was the seventh consecutive quarter of growth.

Another tribe asserts authority over non-Indians as VAWA remains in limbo

The Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians is the latest to comply with the Violence Against Women Act, which recognizes the 'inherent' authority of tribes.

Eight tribes have spent more than $160 million on political campaigns

Some tribes are big spenders when it comes to asserting their political interests.

Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians announces largest per capita payment

Gaming continues to generate benefits for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.

A symbol of sovereignty: Ponca Tribe comes full circle with Prairie Flower

"This casino doesn't define who we are as a tribe," Ponca Chairman Larry Wright Jr. said. "But what it does symbolize is our sovereignty."

Crow citizens upset after chairman aligns tribe with Republicans

Citizens of the Crow Tribe are mobilizing after their leader endorsed Republican Matt Rosendale in a closely-watched Senate race.

Indian Country energy revenues are on the rise after slump

Energy development revenues in Indian Country topped $1 billion for the first time in four years.

Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative names new director

Food sovereignty efforts continue to advance in Indian Country.

Ivan Star Comes Out: The colonizers have turned Native words against us

I believe it is imperative that we free ourselves of this long-standing, unmerited tyranny.

Cronkite News: Havasupai Tribe wins ruling in uranium mining dispute

The Havasupai Tribe and environmental advocates will be able to challenge an existing uranium mine near the Grand Canyon.

News reports link Secretary Zinke's criminal woes to tribal gaming

A tribal lobbying scandal during the George W. Bush era led to criminal indictments. It looks like another one is brewing in the nation's capital.

Cow Creek Band no longer pursuing gaming partnership with Oregon

Two tribes remain locked in a long-running battle over gaming in Oregon.

Mary Annette Pember: Native vote firsts in the land of the Ojibwe

Minnesota voters are considering three Native candidates from three different political parties in this election.

Native Sun News Today: Lakota woman makes first run for public office

Maggie Ross is among the record numbers of Native women who are seeking a voice in the political system.

Bill John Baker: Housing program helps Cherokees fulfill educational dreams

Lifting even one Cherokee student can have far-reaching effects.

James Giago Davies: We are not 'indigenous' but we were here first

Sensible, accurate, positive terms, especially when it comes to our identity, are a must.

KJZZ: Navajo Nation weighs a future without coal

A coal-fired power plant that has supplied jobs to thousands of tribal citizens is slated for closure.

Spirit Lake Nation challenges restrictive voter law on eve of election

Native voters are continuing to fight the state of North Dakota's restrictive voter identification law.

Secretary Zinke faces scrutiny over dealings at Interior

Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke is denying any wrongdoing after news of a possible criminal inquiry surfaced in the media.

Cherokee Nation and Quapaw Tribe spend nearly $6 million on gaming campaign

The Cherokee Nation and the Quapaw Tribe will soon find out whether voters in Arkansas will approve their gaming campaign.

Leader of Yakama Nation denied entry into Supreme Court hearing

"My First Amendment right was violated," Chairman JoDe Goudy told Indianz.Com after he was barred from the nation's highest court.

Standing up to the Doctrine of Christian Discovery

Federal Indian law traces back to a religious doctrine that treats indigenous peoples as inferior, as "heathens" and "infidels."

Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe confronts new blood challenge

It has been extremely challenging to get information from the leaderless Northern Cheyenne Tribe.

Mark Trahant: Ballot initiatives impact tribal communities in big ways

There are a lot of reasons for Native voters to get the polls in Alaska, Idaho, Montana and Washington.

High Country News: Tribes unite to protect their voting rights

After an eleventh-hour decision that could disqualify many Native American voters, tribal governments find their own solutions.

Cronkite News: Trump nominee defends Indian law record at nearly empty hearing

One of President Trump's court nominees tried to dispel concerns about his record on tribal law, saying his previous work did not reflect how he would rule as a judge.

YES! Magazine: Native candidates are empowered by this election

As Americans across the country head to the polls, more is at stake than a vote against President Trump.

Tristan Ahtone: Democrats can't take Native voters for granted

Democrats have had many opportunities to be true allies to indigenous people. Instead, they have saved their anger for when it suited their needs.

Mathieu Landriault: 'Indigenous' becomes term of choice in Canada

Using the term "Indigenous" moves Canada in the direction of the spirit of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

Yakama Nation treaty rights case lands at Supreme Court

Leaders of the Yakama Nation are asking for Indian Country's support as the Supreme Court hears its first tribal case..

Pipe bomb suspect claimed false ties to 'unconquered' Seminole Tribe

The Florida man accused of sending more than a dozen pipe bombs to prominent Democrats is not a citizen of the Seminole Tribe.

Tim Giago: Where are the community organizers fighting for Native rights?

What we need is a community organizer to get out there and bring the Native American population together.

Sherry Treppa: Court decision threatens the Indian Child Welfare Act

Further erosion to the Indian Child Welfare Act is an affront to our culture, our families and our self-determination.

Jacqueline Keeler: Tribes are mobilizing to protect and get out the Native vote

Native voters in North and South Dakota embrace the value of their vote since Standing Rock.

Mark Trahant: Native candidates share their stories in campaign videos

Native candidates are bringing something new to the larger national discourse.

Native Sun News Today: All Lakota film continues to draw acclaim worldwide

How a young Chinese filmmaker comes to create movies in Lakota Territory that are loved both here at home and at festivals worldwide is anybody’s guess

Cronkite News: Native women call for end to sales of 'hottie' costumes

More than 24,000 people across the country have signed an online petition calling for Yandy.com of Phoenix to stop selling more than 40 'Native' costumes.

Sandra Jeff: Gavin Clarkson is the right candidate for Native citizens

I wholeheartedly endorse Dr. Gavin Clarkson, an enrolled tribal member, for New Mexico Secretary of State.

Standing Rock citizens sue county over #NoDAPL road blockade

Two Standing Rock citizens and a member of the clergy are suing authorities who shut down a key highway during the height of the #NoDAPL movement.

Researchers find yet another early example of Native presence

The ancestors of Native peoples were already in the Americas long before previously thought.

Ponca Tribe sets November 1 opening for long-awaited casino

History has come full circle for the descendants of Ponca Chief Standing Bear.

Coquille Tribe questions governor's push to expand gaming options in Oregon

The Coquille Tribe is wondering why Gov. Kate Brown (D), who is running for her first full term in office, wants to expand the Oregon Lottery.

'At this point, we're suing': Tribes upset with handling of non-Indian gaming facilities

Tribes are threatening to sue the state of California for failing to crack down on non-Indian card rooms.

'Intentional and direct attack': Tribes vow fight for Indian Child Welfare Act

One of the biggest threats facing tribal sovereignty are the coordinated attacks on the Indian Child Welfare Act.

'Two weeks away from making history': Tribes ready to welcome Native women to Congress

Not one but two Native women could soon be walking the halls of Congress.

Tribal citizens question changes at Indian Health Service hospital

The future of an Indian Health Service hospital in South Dakota looks uncertain.

Recap: Day 3 of National Congress of American Indians #NCAI75

A recap from the third day of activities at the National Congress of American Indians 75th annual convention.

National Congress of American Indians unites in face of termination threat

Indian Country continues to stand behind the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, whose homelands are slated to be taken out of trust by the Trump administration.

Recap: Day 2 of National Congress of American Indians #NCAI75

The National Congress of American Indians is hosting its 75th annual convention this week in Colorado.

National Congress of American Indians opens annual convention amid controversy

The leader of the National Congress of American Indians continues to defend the organization's handling of a #MeToo scandal.

Recap: Day 1 of National Congress of American Indians #NCAI75

A Twitter recap of the opening day of the National Congress of American Indians 75th annual convention.

Tribal officials, Democrats push back on 9th Circuit judicial nominee

The National Congress of American Indians and the Native American Rights Fund are opposing one of President Trump's judicial nominees.

Two Native American geneticists interpret Elizabeth Warren's DNA test

Elizabeth Warren's decision to release the results of a DNA analysis was a political ploy.

National Congress of American Indians suspends highest-ranking staffer

A #MeToo outcry has sidelined NCAI's executive director on the eve of a milestone convention.

Tim Giago: Spooky stories from the Pine Ridge Reservation

Stories of spirits and ghosts have long been common on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.

5 obstacles for Native voters in the November midterms

Native voters have low participation rates in federal and state elections, but the problem isn't apathy.

Trump plan to boost Western water by easing rules worries advocates

Details remain scarce as the White House plans to improve water in the West by streamlining regulatory processes and expediting reviews.

Sandra Bass: There's still hope despite persistence of racism

I know we were never living in a postracial paradise. But I still have hope for a society that cares for us all.

Governor stuns Alaska Federation of Natives with end to campaign

When thousands of Alaska Natives gathered for two major conferences, they had no idea they would be witnessing history.

Thousands gather for annual meeting of Alaska Federation of Natives

Alaska's new lieutenant governor, a prominent Native citizen, delivered a triumphant keynote after a political shakeup at the state level.

'You are beautiful. You are strong': Elders and youth wrap up conference

Elders and youth focused on ways to ease divisions among men, women and two-spirit people as the First Alaskans Institute wrapped up its annual conference.

'We are breathing life into our culture': Native youth carry on traditions

From preserving their languages to learning about tattooing, Native youth are keeping their heritage alive.

Another Indian Country organization undergoes change

The National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers is searching for a new leader following the departure of its long-serving president.

Tim Giago: What would Pocahontas say about Donald Trump?

We cannot afford to lose the voice of Elizabeth Warren, but we also cannot allow a foul-mouthed bigot to continue to hurl childish insults at her.

Doug George-Kanentiio: Elizabeth Warren deserves our praise

Elizabeth Warren is welcome anytime on the Mohawk territory of Akwesasne.

Native lieutenant governor resigns for 'inappropriate comments'

Alaska's political world was rocked with the sudden resignation of Byron Mallott, the state's Native lieutenant governor.

Clara Caufield: Northern Cheyenne Tribe finds itself without leaders

The Northern Cheyenne Tribe has often made history, but this week, we find ourselves in a new jam.

Mary Annette Pember: Opioid crisis affects mothers and newborns in Indian Country

Inadequate funding for the Indian Health Service hinders treatment and addiction programs for expecting mothers in tribal communities.

New guide kick-starts reconciliation in the justice system

Concrete actions are needed to address the harmful effects of the residential school era.

'Open letter' with names of Native survivors roils Senate race

A campaign ad featuring the names of survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and rape has Sen. Heidi Heitkamp on the defensive.

Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation seeks to revive gaming lawsuit

The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation is firing back at the Trump administration as plans for a new casino remain in limbo.

Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe continues work on gaming project

The Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe is working with the Chickasaw Nation on a long-awaited casino.

Native elders and youth gather for annual conference in Alaska

Thousands are attending the 35th annual Elders and Youth Conference, hosted by the First Alaskans Institute.

New face of Bureau of Indian Affairs returns to Alaska after making history

Tara Sweeney, the new Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs for the Trump administration, is back home in Alaska.

Morongo Band awards $40,000 in scholarships to Native college students

The Morongo Band of Mission Indians is once again helping Native students fulfill their educational dreams.

Chris Winters: States are disenfranching Native and minority voters

Some states are seeing how far they can go in disenfranchising certain voters, including Native American ones.

Teen tobacco use is down but e-cigarette use draws health concern

E-cigarette use among youth has reached 'epidemic proportion,' according to the head of the Food and Drug Administration.

Officer from Puyallup Tribe involved in fatal shooting

Authorities are investigating a fatal officer-involved shooting outside of the casino owned by the Puyallup Tribe.

Those 'injuns': Timbisha Shoshone Tribe faces racism in casino bid

The Timbisha Shoshone Tribe continues to face vehement opposition to a proposed casino.

Cherokee Nation and Quapaw Tribe continue to donate big to campaign

Two tribes are working together in hopes of legalizing casinos in Arkansas..

Cherokee Nation upset after Sen. Warren releases results of DNA test

Is Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) really Native American? Her campaign says DNA results prove she is.

Congress sends bill with pro-tribal provisions to President Trump

Congress went on break last week but not before sending another pro-tribal bill to President Donald Trump.

Citizen Potawatomi Nation hits end of the line at Supreme Court

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation and the state of Oklahoma have been at odds over sales taxes at tribally-owned businesses.

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