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Donald J. Trump is easy to blame for a bad budget that could change the nature of government, resulting in great hardships across Indian country.
Standing Rock Sioux lauded for bravery, a Trump budget axe and Blackfoot in a major movie: all this and more in Indian country the week of June 11, 2017.
Kevin Washburn, former Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, has taken issue with the Trump administration’s budget plan for tribal land acquisition.
The U.S. Department of the Interior is promising not to slash land acquisitions on behalf of tribes as part of the recently released Trump budget.
Kevin Washburn and four others will be inducted into the Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame for their dedication to the tribe and Indian country.
During his eighth and final White House Tribal Nations Conference, President Barack Hussein Obama delivered an intimate message to Native Americans.
“This whole time, I’ve heard you,” he told tribal leaders who gathered in Washington, D.C., in September 2016. But Obama’s comments were intended for a wider audience—all Natives in respective...
Ernie Stevens Jr.
The Seneca Nation made its final payment to the state of New York as part of their gaming compact, but that hasn’t stopped them from being good neighbors.
The Carcieri rule, also known as the M-Opinion, that was issued in March 2014 continues to be a strong answer for federal recognition and land into trust.
Indian country marked International Women's Day, marched on Washington and won big in court and Hollywood the week of March 12, 2017.
A complete transcript of former Department of the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and ICMN’s exclusive roundtable discussion on January 18.
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