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First Nations and Environmental Groups Launch Legal Action Against Trudeau Approval of LNG Facility
Several legal challenges have been launched by First...
'This Is Stolen Land': 38 Water Protectors Arraigned in North Dakota
On Monday afternoon, November 7, in Mandan, North Dakota,...
9 Great Reasons to Be Hopeful About Native Education
Efforts to improve the educational opportunities and...
Mark Ruffalo in Standing Rock; Leo DiCaprio, Jesse Jackson Head to Standing Rock
Actor Mark Ruffalo arrived in North Dakota yesterday to...
Shailene Woodley Writes Passionate Defense of NoDAPL Water Protectors
Actress Shailene Woodley, arrested on October 10 for...
Feds Won’t Press Gold King Mine Spill Criminal Case, Angering Senators
Lawmakers on Monday questioned the Justice Department’s...
Tribes to Get Portion of Volkswagen Emissions Scandal Settlement Funds
Tanya H. Lee
About $50 million of the $15.3 billion settlement that Volkswagen has agreed to pay for rigging its emissions software has been earmarked for tribes, with another $1 million set as...
DoJ Listens to Navajo Nation Request, Will Investigate Loreal Tsingine Death
The Department of Justice has agreed to investigate the death of Loreal Tsingine, a 27-year-old Navajo woman who was shot five times by a Winslow police officer after allegedly sho...
Judge Blocks ND Restrictive Voter-ID Law; A Burden to Native Voters
American Indians voting in North Dakota for this year’s election will be able to cast their ballots simply by showing their tribal identification card because a federal judge on Mo...
Standing Rock Sioux Sues Army Corps Over Dakota Access Pipeline Approval
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is suing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for allowing the Dakota Access oil pipeline to go forward...
‘There Was No Point for Him to Shoot’: Video Released of Loreal Tsingine’s Death
A recently released body camera video of a 27-year-old Navajo woman who was shot five times after allegedly being involved in a shoplifting incident in Winslow, Arizona, shows the ...
Five for Fighting Indian Law Practitioners: 2016 Hot List
Tribal rights have too often been a matter of “wrongs” when dealing with broken treaties and a hostile or at best indifferent federal government...
Quinault Nation Joins Lawsuit Against FDA for Genetically Modified Salmon Approval
The Quinault Nation has joined a joint lawsuit filed in March by nearly a dozen environmental groups against the U.S...
Yurok, Karuk to Sue U.S. Government Over Klamath Salmon Parasite
Salmon in the Klamath River could be on the verge of extinction, and the Yurok and Karuk tribes have announced plans to sue the federal government for its management of water flows...
Bad Science Made Her Do It; That Is Become a Supreme Court Justice
Anne McKeig grew up in the tiny town of Federal Dam, Minnesota, (population around 100) bordering the Leech Lake Ojibwe Reservation...
Fracking Versus Ancient Astronomy in Chaco Canyon
In what could be a win for consultation, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has postponed an oil and gas lease sale on land near Chaco Canyon so as to consult with the nearly two ...
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