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In a split with Democratic allies in Congress, several tribes are supporting Judge Neil Gorsuch as associate justice to the Supreme Court nominee.
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Los Angeles Department of Water and Power agrees to fix water pipeline on Big Pine Paiute Reservation after tribe makes case for damages.
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Energy Transfer Partners is about to send oil through the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) under Lake Oahe as court rejects Cheyenne River Sioux appeal.
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The Republican repeal and replace of the Affordable Care Act failed Friday, so what does that mean for Indian health going forward?
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The Rogue River School District in Oregon hopes working with a local tribe will allow its high school to keep its Native American mascot.
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A two-day forum, organized by the Native Nations Institute discussed the question of “Who belongs?” and issues of tribal disenrollment, tribal kinships, and citizenship.
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Two Spirit people have been present in Native communities for countless generations that predate LGBTQ terminology. Here are 8 things to know.
Do recent Indian law rulings spell the end of federal recognition for tribal groups unable to pay for legal counsel?
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Were Choctaws the first vegetarians? Was their Native American diet plant-based or meat-based? We have the answer.
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The ilani Casino Resort in Washington is due to open in late April.
A new court ruling is raising fresh concerns about the spread of gaming devices in non-tribal facilities in Florida.
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The Sycuan Casino in southern California will be seeing a 12-story hotel with 300 rooms, a 12,000-square-foot ballroom, new restaurants and a spa and fitness center.
The new U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions abruptly ousted 46 remaining U.S. Attorneys appointed by President Barack Obama.
My family lived about three miles from the west side border of the bombing area and eight to ten miles where they were bombing.
Chairman Harold Frazier remains undaunted even after the wealthy backers of the project announced completion of work in North Dakota.
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Do Indian law rulings spell the end of federal recognition?
Officials in Nebraska finally appear to be taking a stronger stance on liquor issues in the border town.
The annual State of the Tribes address takes place April 6 at the state capital in Madison, Wisconsin.