The Obama administration has opened the door for the North Carolina tribe to seek federal recognition through the Bureau of Indian Affairs
Mark Trahant: Challenges and promises for tribes in the Donald Trump era (January 3, 2017)
One way a Trump administration could really help Indian Country is infrastructure.
Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Oklahoma), the chair of Donald Trump's Native American Coalition, has been under an ethics investigation for a little over three years.
Statue of imprisoned activist Leonard Peltier coming down in D.C. (January 3, 2017)
American University initially took no position on the 9-foot-tall wooden statue but changed course after hearing from an FBI-affiliated group.
Sycuan Band unveils museum located at site of ancestral village (January 3, 2017)
The Sycuan Cultural Resource Center and Museum displays artifacts uncovered at the village of Matamo.
The Special Assistant to President Barack Obama for Native American Affairs, announces the release of a report that details some of the policy advances of the last eight years.
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Top Stories1. Alaska Native executive Tara Sweeney named to top Bureau of Indian Affairs job
2. Tribes slam Trump administration for adding hurdles to land-into-trust process
3. Tribes open their doors in response to devastating wildfires in northern California
4. National Congress of American Indians looks forward to Tara Sweeney confirmation
5. Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs sign agreement for Cobell buy-back program
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