Chemehuevi Tribe wins decision barring county from citing members (August 23, 2016)
A federal judge agreed that the California tribe's sovereignty is at stake in a dispute with the local sheriff.
U.S. Sentencing Commission continues work of tribal advisory group (August 23, 2016)
The Tribal Issues Advisory Group will continue to look at issues affecting Indian Country.
Second run scheduled to raise awareness of Gold King Mine disaster (August 23, 2016)
The Navajo Nation is suing the Environmental Protection Agency and private companies after millions of gallons of toxic waste entered the water supply.
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe seeks prayers ahead of pipeline hearing (August 23, 2016)
Chairman Harold Frazier plans to join Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault at the federal court in Washington, D.C.
Charles Carlyle: Issues to consider when doing business with tribes (August 23, 2016)
More advice from a business leader on the Ak-Chin Indian Community in Arizona.
Sheriff mistook sacred pipes for pipe bombs at pipeline protest site (August 23, 2016)
The Dakota Access Pipeline protests have been peaceful but tensions with law enforcement and officials in the state of North Dakota are flaring.
Simon Moya-Smith: Hillary Clinton remains silent amid pipeline feud (August 23, 2016)
Hillary Clinton says she is committed to supporting Indian country. Well, now her commitment is being put to the test.
Native Sun News: Mario Gonzalez goes from ball court to law court (August 23, 2016)
There are two basic types of hero in Lakota country; long dead legendary ancestors, and athletes who can shoot an orange ball through an iron hoop.
Brandon Ecoffey: The Horse Nations prepare for battle over pipeline (August 23, 2016)
For many Americans the fact that the poorest people in the United States have promised to lay their lives down to stop the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline is a bewildering experience.
Lakota Country Times: Oglala Sioux Tribe joins fight against pipeline (August 23, 2016)
A herd of horses disbursed the line of police officers that guarded the entrance to the construction site used to build the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota.
It only takes one break and a massive release of the hydrocarbons to poison sacred waters for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe with toxicity.
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