Legislation to bring more teachers to Indian Country, recognize the tribes whose ancestors welcomed the first European settlers and improve economic opportunities on reservations are advancing on Capitol Hill.
Indian Health Service budget and 'high risk' tribal programs on agenda for upcoming hearings (May 17, 2017)
Lawmakers who control the federal government's spending levels are continuing to focus on Indian Country.
The filing comes as the wealthy backers of the pipeline prepare to ship oil on June 1.
Has President Trump stepped in it yet, and if not, what happens next?
The tribe is firing back after a local official questioned why a road on the reservation in Washington is being resurfaced.
The tribe still doesn't have a reservation but its service area is the entirety of Kern County in California.
Ruth Hopkins: Americans left with $15M bill for Dakota Access Pipeline's 'private army' (May 17, 2017)
Sen. John Hoeven (R-ND) added monies to the Department of Justice’s budget for FY 2017 to reimburse North Dakota for incurred costs.
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Top Stories1. Key Republican revives bill to strip Bureau of Indian Affairs of recognition powers
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3. Museum acquires tribal collection from religious college with troubled record
4. New Trump hire at Bureau of Indian Affairs makes first appearance on Capitol Hill
5. President Trump headed to Alabama to campaign for land-into-trust opponent
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