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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.
Claudia Kauffman will run for Port of Seattle Commissioner – a $650 million a year pubic business managing Seattle’s seaport, airport and real estate.
The presidency of Donald Trump only works as reality TV because of the chaos, unprofessionalism, and distraction – making it a story hard to believe.
The American Health Care Act passed out of the House of Representatives and moves to the Senate with pieces that are unfriendly to many citizens.
Debra Haaland filed paperwork to run for Congress in New Mexico and if elected would be the first Native American woman to ever serve in that body.
Congress has rejected most of President Trump’s Budget, instead offering a short budget through September that will see more money for Native programs.
This week the Congress and President Donald Trump will once again try for wins to fund the government, repeal the Affordable Care Act, and more.
For many tribal communities resource extraction is a viable option, but where are the jobs that go with it, instead they get toxic waste.
Home to nine tribes, Oregon once served as the territory of 50 tribal nations. Today, their descendants carry on unique, indigenous traditions at Indian reservations, cultural centers, and in urban locales statewide.
While Portland is a considerable distance from most of Oregon’s nine reservations, the city in the state’s corner...
Women make up about 25 percent of state legislatures. But Native women politicians serve a higher percentage in state legislatures than do women nationally.
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