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Inuit and Canadian Officials Lash Out at European Union's Seal Products Ban
Canadian, Inuit and international trade leaders alike are...
Montana's Native Vote Could Decide US Senate Control
The decision of U.S. Senator Max Baucus (D-Montana) not...
Cherokee Attorney Earns National Crime Victims' Service Award
Dianne Barker Harrold took a seven-year experience with...
Cape Wind: Justice Department Urges Swift Lawsuit Resolution Before Tax Breaks Expire
Lawyers from the Department of Justice have urged a federal...
Jim Thorpe's Sons Win Federal Lawsuit Against Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania
The two surviving children of sports great Jim Thorpe won a...
Exxon Removing Section of Ruptured Arkansas Pipeline
Exxon Mobil Corp. on Monday April 15 removed 52 feet of its...
Bird Conservancy Sues Feds Over Wind Turbine Eagle-Killing Permits
The American Bird Conservancy (ABC) is suing the U.S. government to try to stop the killing of eagles in wind turbines...
The Toilet Paper Defense: The Story of William Paul and Charlie Jones
William L. Paul Sr., the pioneering Tlingit civil rights leader, was born on May 7, 1885. His landmark legal assault on the U.S...
6 Boarding School Laws Still on the Books
Did you know it is still legal to withhold food and clothing from Indian children who don’t attend school?...
Métis in Canada Demand Harper Meeting as Court Upholds Status Ruling
David P. Ball
In the wake of a Métis rights case 15 years in the making being vindicated by Canada's highest appeals court, the president of the Métis National Council has called on Prime Minist...
Keystone XL Decision Delayed Yet Again as State Department Invokes Nebraska Court Ruling
All eyes are on Lincoln, Nebraska as the U.S...
Land Grab Cheats North Dakota Tribes Out of $1 Billion, Suits Allege
Abrahm Lustgarten, ProPublica
Native Americans on an oil-rich North Dakota reservation have been cheated out of more than $1 billion by schemes to buy drilling rights for lowball prices, a flurry of recent laws...
Rare Trumpeter Swan as Target Practice: Two Men Sentenced on Flathead Reservation
Two non-tribal members in Montana have been fined and barred from hunting or fishing statewide after they shot a rare trumpeter swan on the Flathead Reservation in January...
Lawsuit Alleges Contents at Burial Site Were Dumped
A lawsuit filed last week in California alleges that a Native American burial site was desecrated and that the contents were dumped near the U.S.-Mexico border...
Navajo Nation to Get $1 Billion in Historic Kerr-McGee $5.15 Billion Cleanup Settlement
Kerr-McGee Corp. and its parent Anadarko Petroleum Corp...
Inuit Student's Murder Sparks Renewed Calls for National Violence Inquiry
As two were charged in the murder of Loretta Saunders, the 26-year-old Inuit university student who was researching the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada, th...
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