Anne Minard
It’s nearly seven years to the day since President Barack Obama signed a law repealing the Bennett Freeze on the Navajo Nation, and still, residents of the area are waiting to see ...
David Rooks
“They see us unite, and it makes them afraid … see what can happen when we work together?” – Oglala Lakota Tribal member South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard traveled to the Roseb...
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Danika Worthington
At least 19 tribal schools in Arizona went four years or more without the inspections that are supposed to be performed every year by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, according to a r...
Tanya H. Lee
The Bureau of Indian Affairs announced April 5 that 11 BIE schools are eligible for replacement, but the only one that can expect construction funding this year is the Leech Lake B...
Dr. Dean Chavers
Wallace “Chief” Newman had an affect on Indians probably more than anyone else in the 20th century. He was Richard Nixon’s football coach at Whittier College in the 1940s...
Brian Daffron
Before the University of Notre Dame became South Bend, Indiana’s most well-known institution, nearly 5 million acres that surround the Golden Dome was all Potawatomi land...
Suzette Brewer
Today at the opening session of the 34th annual National Indian Child Welfare Association in St...
Mark Fogarty
Twenty-six applications for American Indian gaming on lands acquired in trust, some of them dating back to 2005, remain pending...
Jay Daniels

The United States Federal bureaucracy is notorious for using acronyms for everything under the sun, which is fine when used internally among federal employees....

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Tanya H. Lee
No heat, carbon monoxide leaks and persistently dripping ceilings are some of the appalling conditions federal reports have detailed at Bureau of Indian Education schools...