The Oneidas in Wisconsin are hoping to use trademarks that have been registered to their relatives in New York.
The Blackfeet Nation's governing structure will be staying the same after voters rejected an overhaul of the tribe's constitution.
Two public school districts in Arizona have lost their challenge to the Navajo Nation's sovereignty.
A security firm hired by the wealthy backers of the Dakota Access Pipeline continued to engage in questionable activities in North Dakota despite lacking a license.
The Navajo Nation and environmental groups are expected to file lawsuits to protect the boundaries of the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah.
The lights will stay on at the Navajo Generating Station until 2019 as the Navajo Nation Council voted 18-4, after hours of debate, for a new agreement with the plant’s operators.
The time for a different approach to the conversation of federal Indian law system of domination is now, writes Steven Newcomb on Indian Country Media Network.
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