- Sitka Tribe awarded foundation grant Updated: Apr-20-14 5:50 am
- Navajo Nation Council to gather for spring session Updated: Apr-19-14 11:34 am
- Browning, Blackfeet utility dispute goes to court Updated: Apr-19-14 10:56 am
- New Mexico high court orders tribal recognition Updated: Apr-14-14 7:04 pm
- Navajo Council, UN expert criticize Redskins name Updated: Apr-11-14 10:24 am
- Tribe, US officials christen $2.4M solar array Updated: Apr-08-14 7:31 pm
- Eastern Shoshone Council dismisses officials Updated: Apr-08-14 1:35 pm
- Tribal leaders criticize land-buyback program Updated: Apr-03-14 8:23 pm
- Crow tribe pursues scaled down fuel plant Updated: Apr-03-14 4:44 pm
- Jimmy Newton Jr., Southern Ute tribe leader, dies Updated: Apr-01-14 7:31 pm
- Northern Cheyenne coal swap goes back to Congress Updated: Apr-01-14 6:22 pm
- Iraqi army battles militants in deadly Anbar siege Updated: Apr-01-14 2:35 am
- Choctaws council nixes Leake Co. casino proposal Updated: Mar-28-14 4:04 am
- Cherokee Nation marks Trail of Tears anniversary Updated: Mar-24-14 3:23 pm
- Services set for Keetoowah Band leader Updated: Mar-24-14 9:40 am
- Quinnipiac law students to award mayor, others Updated: Mar-23-14 4:59 pm
- Militants launch social support in an Iraqi city Updated: Mar-23-14 8:52 am
- Navajo lawmaker attempts to revive junk food tax Updated: Mar-22-14 11:04 am
- Navajo family fighting to stay on monument land Updated: Mar-21-14 1:39 pm
SITKA, Alaska - Sitka Tribe of Alaska is one of 30 recipients of the 2014 W.K. Kellogg Foundation grants for family engagement projects, the foundation announced Thursday.
WINDOW ROCK, Arizona - Monday marks the start of the Navajo Nation Council's spring session.
GREAT FALLS, Montana - Browning officials say Blackfeet tribal leaders are mailing false billing notices to residents in an attempt to take over the towns' water, sewer and garbage services.
SANTA FE, New Mexico - New Mexico's highest court on Monday ordered Gov. Susana Martinez to recognize the Fort Sill Apache as a New Mexico tribe.
WINDOW ROCK, Arizona - The Navajo Nation Council voted to oppose the use of the Washington Redskins name, while a United Nations human rights expert said separately that the term is "inextricably linked to a history of suffering and dispossession."
LAS VEGAS - Tribal leaders and U.S. officials marked the completion of a nearly $2.4 million solar power array at a freeway travel stop and convenience store off Interstate 15 outside Las Vegas.
LARAMIE, Wyoming - The Eastern Shoshone Tribe's General Council has dismissed two elected tribal officials.
HELENA, Montana - Tribal leaders from Montana, Oklahoma, Oregon and Washington state told a congressional panel Thursday that they feel shut out of decisions being made in a $1.9 billion land-buyback program managed by the U.S. Department of Interior.
BILLINGS, Montana - Montana's Crow Tribe is pursuing a scaled-down proposal to build a plant converting coal and natural gas to liquid fuels after an earlier project stalled because of its high price tag, tribal leaders said Thursday.
IGNACIO, Colorado - Jimmy R. Newton Jr., chairman of the Southern Ute Indian Tribal Council, has died after a short illness, the council said Tuesday. He was 36.
BILLINGS, Montana - Leaders of Montana's Northern Cheyenne tribe on Tuesday sought to revive a three-way coal swap involving the federal government and a Texas company after an earlier proposal stumbled in Congress.
RAMADI, Iraq - An Iraqi special forces patrol moves on foot past ruined homes on the outskirts of Ramadi, a city west of Baghdad where al-Qaida-inspired militants have held off the military for three months. As they head down an alleyway, shots from snipers ring out, followed by grenade blasts.
PHILADELPHIA, Mississippi - The Tribal Council of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians has voted against locating a casino in Leake County.
OKLAHOMA CITY - The 175th anniversary of the end of the Trail of Tears on Monday should be a day of celebration because the Native Americans being forced to relocate did not allow themselves to be broken and rebuilt their communities, the chief of the Cherokee Nation said.
TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma - Services have been set for the assistant chief of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians, who died over the weekend after a lengthy illness.
HAMDEN, Connecticut - A tribal councilwoman, a lawyer and New Haven mayor are receiving awards from Quinnipiac University School of Law's Black Law Students Association.
BAGHDAD - Iraq's al-Qaida-inspired militants who took over the city of Fallujah are now trying to show they can run it, providing social services, policing the streets and implementing Shariah rulings in a bid to win the support of its Sunni Muslim population.
WINDOW ROCK, Arizona - Navajo President Ben Shelly's decision to veto a tax on junk food sold on the reservation is being challenged.
WUPATKI NATIONAL MONUMENT, Arizona - Before an expanse of grassland and pueblo ruins in northern Arizona was declared a national monument, it was home to hundreds of Navajos whose ancestors returned to settle the area after a forced march to an eastern New Mexico internment camp.