- 4 more charged in Navajo discretionary fund case Updated: Dec-06-13 7:38 pm
- Ranchers oppose SD tribe's plan for bison reserve Updated: Dec-06-13 7:20 pm
- Judge signs off on Fort Belknap water plan Updated: Dec-05-13 2:56 pm
- Mass. gov. sues to block Martha's Vineyard casino Updated: Dec-02-13 7:07 pm
- Ravalli County commission to apologize to tribe Updated: Nov-28-13 11:10 am
- Blackfeet Tribal Business Council splits again Updated: Nov-23-13 6:38 pm
- Meeting about tribal land ends with slur Updated: Nov-22-13 7:46 pm
- Conn. ex-tribal leader gets 18 months for theft Updated: Nov-19-13 2:07 pm
- Mass. governor to sign revised tribal casino deal Updated: Nov-15-13 5:28 pm
- Obama says he will visit Indian Country next year Updated: Nov-13-13 7:33 pm
- Oklahoma tribal leaders, others meet with Obama Updated: Nov-13-13 2:26 pm
- Sioux tribe to discuss Black Hills negotiations Updated: Nov-13-13 11:24 am
- United Tribes president speaking at DC conference Updated: Nov-13-13 7:14 am
- Tribal leaders thank Obama for Redskins comments Updated: Nov-12-13 6:40 pm
- SD tribal leaders seek federal foster care help Updated: Nov-11-13 2:16 pm
FLAGSTAFF, Arizona - The leader of the Navajo Nation's legislative branch, his predecessor and two former lawmakers have been charged with misusing tribal discretionary funds intended for Navajos in need.
RAPID CITY, South Dakota - Some cattle ranchers on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in southwestern South Dakota are fighting plans for a large bison reserve being pursued by the Oglala Sioux Tribe.
HELENA, Montana - The Fort Belknap Indian reservation's tribal government must pay a $1,500 fine, bolster oversight of its utility, and follow a strict testing and monitoring regimen under a five-year plan meant to fix years of problems with its drinking water supply.
BOSTON - Gov. Deval Patrick has filed a lawsuit aimed at blocking the Martha's Vineyard-based Aquinnah Wampanoag tribe from opening a small casino on the island.
HAMILTON, Montana - Ravalli County commissioners have drafted a letter of apology to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes for derogatory comments made at the end of a meeting about protecting tribal land in the Bitterroot Valley.
KALISPELL, Montana - Two factions of a divided Blackfeet Tribal Business Council have split again.
HAMILTON, Montana - A meeting between Ravalli County and tribal leaders over a plan to place a sacred site in a federal trust took a contentious turn when a county official repeated a slur derogatory toward American Indians.
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - The former chairman of the tribe that owns Foxwoods Resort Casino was sentenced Tuesday to 18 months in prison for embezzling more than $100,000 in tribal funds.
BOSTON - Leaders of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe said they were confident a revised casino compact signed Friday by Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick would win approval from the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs, which rejected an earlier agreement reached with the state.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama told Native American leaders Wednesday that he will make his first trip as president to Indian Country next year, expanding on his vow to enhance the bond between the federal and tribal governments.
ADA, Oklahoma - Two tribal leaders from Oklahoma were among 12 Native American officials who recently met with President Barack Obama at the White House.
PINE RIDGE, South Dakota - The Oglala Sioux Tribal Council next week plans to discuss whether to reopen negotiations with the federal government over compensation for the taking of the Black Hills in the 1800s.
BISMARCK, North Dakota - United Tribes Technical College President David Gipp is among the speakers at a conference in the nation's capital involving American Indian leaders and officials in President Barack Obama's administration.
WASHINGTON - Native American leaders used a meeting at the White House on Tuesday to thank President Barack Obama for wading into the controversy over the Washington Redskins team name and voicing his concern that the nickname was offensive.
PIERRE, South Dakota - Leaders of South Dakota's nine Sioux tribes will spend time in Washington, D.C., this week seeking federal help in a long-running dispute over state government's handling of foster care for Native American children.