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September 21, 2016
Navajos ask federal judge to restore polling places in Utah
Navajo Nation member Davis Filfred prefers casting a ballot the old fashioned way at a polling place. But he's worried he may ...
September 20, 2016
Tribal leaders meet with feds in push against opioid abuse
American Indian tribal leaders from northern New Mexico — an area of the country devastated by heroin and opioid addiction ...
September 16, 2016
Bombing in northwest Pakistan mosque kills 24, wounds 28
A suicide bomber attacked a Sunni mosque in northwest Pakistan on Friday, killing at least 24 worshippers and wounding 28 ...
September 09, 2016
South Sudan's fighting directed at highest levels: UN report
A confidential U.N. report says South Sudan's deadly fighting in July was directed by the highest levels of government, and ...
September 09, 2016
Federal government halts work on part of pipeline project
The federal government stepped into the fight over the Dakota Access oil pipeline Friday, ordering work to stop on one ...
September 04, 2016
Tribal leader: Avoid North Dakota towns after pipeline clash
A South Dakota tribal chairman is urging members to avoid Bismarck and Mandan in North Dakota after a clash between private ...
August 16, 2016
Navajo Nation sues feds over massive 2015 mine waste spill
Leaders of one of the nation's largest American Indian tribes blasted the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as their ...
August 15, 2016
Advisers charged in tribe's marijuana resort enter pleas
Two consultants who helped a Native American tribe plan the nation's first marijuana resort entered opposing pleas Monday to ...
August 12, 2016
Tougher proposals for protecting tribal items face criticism
Legislation that would prohibit Native American items protected by U.S. laws from being exported to international markets has ...
August 03, 2016
South Dakota charges 2 men trying to help launch pot resort
South Dakota's top prosecutor charged two consultants who worked with a Native American tribe on its plans to open the ...
July 30, 2016
Justice Department to review fatal Arizona police shooting
The U.S. Justice Department announced this week it will investigate the fatal shooting of a Navajo woman by an Arizona police ...
July 13, 2016
Feds propose railroads have plans to deal with oil spills
Railroads hauling crude oil would be required to develop comprehensive plans for dealing with a significant oil spill, ...
July 08, 2016
Court rules for government in fight over tribal expulsions
Expelled Native American tribe members can't look to the federal government to reinstate them when their tribes have assumed ...
July 07, 2016
Connecticut tribal leaders speak out against Trump's remarks
The tribe that owns the giant Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut on Thursday spoke out against past remarks by Donald ...
June 10, 2016
Tribe demands details on investigation into burned woman
Nearly two months after a woman was found severely burned on the Crow Indian Reservation, the tribe is still seeking ...
June 09, 2016
Northwest tribal leaders highlight risks of oil trains
Leaders of several Pacific Northwest tribes gathered Thursday near the site of last week's fiery oil train wreck in Oregon ...
May 24, 2016
South Dakota Indian hospital threatened with funds cutoff
The U.S. government on Monday threatened to cut off Medicare and Medicaid funding to a government-run hospital in Rapid City ...
May 17, 2016
Feds hire contractor to run ERs at hospitals on reservations
The emergency room at the only hospital on a Native American reservation in South Dakota could reopen after federal health ...
May 13, 2016
Fish and Wildlife drops legal challenge to eagle killings
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Friday dropped its legal challenge to an American Indian tribe killing bald eagles for ...
May 09, 2016
South Dakota tribe seeks children's century-old remains
The remains of at least 10 Native American children who died nearly 2,000 miles away from their homes while being forced to ...