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Mille Lacs Band divests from Wells Fargo over financing for Dakota Access Pipeline Mille Lacs Band divests from Wells Fargo over financing for Dakota Access Pipeline (01/13)
The Minnesota tribe has terminated its relationship with Wells Fargo.
Donald Trump's Energy nominee vows to stay away from Dakota Access Pipeline Donald Trump's Energy nominee vows to stay away from Dakota Access Pipeline (01/12)
Former Texas governor Rick Perry has disclosed his financial interests in the companies backing the controversial pipeline.
Indian Country economic development group names new executive Indian Country economic development group names new executive (01/04)
Chris James joins the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development as it marks its 50th anniversary.
Gabe Galanda and Little Fawn Boland: Seize new tax opportunity with Donald Trump Gabe Galanda and Little Fawn Boland: Seize new tax opportunity with Donald Trump (12/29)
'Our continued advocacy is important, especially as the Trump Administration and Congress pledge to re-write the U.S. tax code.'
Gyasi Ross and Matt Remle: Divest from the Dakota Access Pipeline Gyasi Ross and Matt Remle: Divest from the Dakota Access Pipeline (12/26)
Matt Remle of Last Real Indians and Gyasi Ross of Indian Country Today offer a guide to divesting from the financial institutions that made the Dakota Access Pipeline a reality.
Judge sets stage for next phase of Dakota Access Pipeline lawsuit Judge sets stage for next phase of Dakota Access Pipeline lawsuit (12/19)
A hearing in federal court isn't expected for another two months but it's going to be a big one.
Native Sun News Today: #DefundDAPL effort targets backers of Dakota Access Pipeline Native Sun News Today: #DefundDAPL effort targets backers of Dakota Access Pipeline (12/19)
As thousands of Dakota Access Pipeline opponents responded to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s appeal to fold up their tents for the winter, organizers turned attention toward a boycott of investment banks and other campaigns to prevent revival of the project.
Bureau of Indian Affairs punished employees after Southern Ute Tribe complained Bureau of Indian Affairs punished employees after Southern Ute Tribe complained (12/16)
Two employees who blew the whistle on the BIA's handling of energy leases for the Southern Ute Tribe quickly found themselves forced off the reservation in Colorado.
Ari Paul: City takes steps to divest $3B from Dakota Access bank Ari Paul: City takes steps to divest $3B from Dakota Access bank (12/16)
Over the past few months activists opposed to the Dakota Access pipeline have ramped up pressure on the company’s financiers.
Donald Trump's Energy nominee sits on board for Dakota Access Pipeline owner Donald Trump's Energy nominee sits on board for Dakota Access Pipeline owner (12/14)
The connections between Republican president-elect Donald Trump and the controversial pipeline continue to get stronger.
Michael Dax: Blackfeet Nation scores victory in sacred land fight Michael Dax: Blackfeet Nation scores victory in sacred land fight (12/12)
After 35 years of fighting for the cancellation of nearly 50 oil and gas leases, Montana’s Blackfeet tribe scored an unexpected victory when Devon Energy voluntarily backed out of their claims.
Donald Trump's Interior pick offers mixed record on Indian issues Donald Trump's Interior pick offers mixed record on Indian issues (12/12)
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R) fought an off-reservation casino and opposed stronger protections for Native women during her time on Capitol Hill.
Lakota Country Times: Food sovereignty for the Rosebud Sioux Tribe Lakota Country Times: Food sovereignty for the Rosebud Sioux Tribe (12/12)
Shoppers across the Sicangu Nation will now have a little help in choosing healthy foods at the supermarket.
Bureau of Indian Affairs opens door to big shift in tribal economies Bureau of Indian Affairs opens door to big shift in tribal economies (12/08)
A long-overdue update to the Indian Trader Regulations could finally address unfair systems of taxation on reservations.
Dakota Access resumes legal push to complete final portion of pipeline Dakota Access resumes legal push to complete final portion of pipeline (12/06)
A showdown is looming in federal court as the wealthy backers of the controversial project insist they can drill under the Missouri River.
Indian Republicans associated with Donald Trump seek trust land changes Indian Republicans associated with Donald Trump seek trust land changes (12/05)
Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R) and Ross Swimmer, a former head of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, are floating some interesting ideas.
Indian Country cheers historic decision on Dakota Access Pipeline Indian Country cheers historic decision on Dakota Access Pipeline (12/05)
The battle is far from over but a long-standing request to examine the impacts of the controversial project is now on the table thanks to the Obama administration.
Lakota Country Times: 'Tanka Bar' company recognized as leader in world business community Lakota Country Times: 'Tanka Bar' company recognized as leader in world business community (12/05)
A South Dakota-based Native American food company has been recognized as a Certified B Corporation by B Lab.
Dakota Access Pipeline almost finished except at Lake Oahe site Dakota Access Pipeline almost finished except at Lake Oahe site (11/29)
A top executive said less than 1 mile of the 1,172-mile project remains to be installed.
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.

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