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1 Presidential Message on the 50th Anniversary of the Federal Policy of Indian Self-Determination
2 Feds open Rapid City office for missing Indigenous cases
3 Assistant Secretary Sweeney Signs Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation's 105(l) Lease for Public Safety Facility
4 Federal task force on missing, murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives to open Anchorage office
5 Senate Indian Affairs Committee advances Wyden and Merkley bills to support Oregon tribes
6 VIDEO: Udall Presses Trump Administration on Bureau of Indian Education Response to COVID-19
7 Assistant Secretary Sweeney Announces New Policy to Ensure Expeditious Processing of Tribal HEARTH Applications
8 First Cold Case Task Force Office for Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives established in Minnesota
9 Early census deadline has New Mexico officials reeling
10 Ivanka Trump says feds will help solve cases of missing and murdered Native American women
11 Multi-agency task force seizes cache of hard narcotics worth over 1 million dollars
12 Committee Advances Eleven Indian Bills During Business Meeting
13 Native Americans dying at much higher rate from COVID-19
14 Assistant Secretary Sweeney Announces Approval of the Catawba Indian Nation's HEARTH Act Regulations
15 Hoeven Statement on USDA Announcement on Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations
16 How the Supreme Court upended a century of federal Indian law
17 Hearing today over injunction in Kiowa Chairman's impeachment
18 Mashantuckets, Interior sign lease agreement for tribe's public safety building
19 Governor Newsom Signs Tribal-State Gaming Compact for Ione Band of Miwok Indians
20 IN BRIEF: California conservationists sue Bureau of Indian Affairs over wind farm
21 Commissioner says secrecy surrounds water rights act
22 Winning the vote
23 Supreme Court says much of eastern Oklahoma remains Indian land
24 Tribe Backs Newly Recognized Snoqualmie On Hunting Rights
25 Now that half of Oklahoma is officially Indian land, oil industry could face new costs and environmental hurdles
26 India accelerates its nationalist transformation of Kashmir as the world remains silent
27 Trump Looks to Arms Sales to Deepen Ties With India
28 Elko County residents join Nevada protests against Assembly Bill 4
29 Times Square Advertisers Asked Not to Run Hindu Temple Ad
30 CSKT Water Compact clears key committee hurdle
31 Betty Wilt | Obituaries
32 Daines' bipartisan Montana Water Rights Protection Act passes Senate committee
33 The Catholic Church Siphoned Away $30 Million Paid to Native People for Stolen Land
34 Hoeven Holds Oversight Hearing on Safely Reopening BIE Schools
35 Presidential Task Force on Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives Announces Virtual Consultations
36 Over 150 years ago, tribal land revived the University. Now, American Indian leaders, students and faculty want this history addressed
37 Letter: Why we want to 'Retire the Red Raider'
38 The California Native American Genocide
39 Dominion CEO to step down after pipeline defeat
40 Udall Statement on Washington Football Team Changing Racist Name
41 US Appeals Ruling in Massachusetts Wampanoag Land Case
42 Back to school? Here's where to find the best internet deals from Sacramento to Modesto
43 Tribal reservation ruling puts governance of half of Oklahoma in doubt
44 Assistant Secretary Sweeney Signs Reservation Proclamations for the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community in Minnesota
45 Prominent Native American Law Team Joins Jenner & Block
46 This court case could weaken WA's Indian Child Welfare Act
47 Siletz tribe moves forward with Salem casino
48 Doubling down on the Kings Mountain casino
49 Daily Inter Lake
50 EDITORIAL | Ivanka Trump visit signals welcome progress on Native justice
51 Native American Groups Protest Use Of Indigenous Figures In Mass. State Seal, As School Mascots
52 July 2020 Indian Nations Law Update
53 Here’s the list of people who will consider name changes to Colorado landmarks
54 Rapid City joins Billings as one of 7 cities to get federal task force to help solve missing Indigenous people cases
55 Coronavirus Roundup: Senators Seek Guarantee of Maximum Telework for Feds; Rising Concern Over Vaccine Approval and Distribution to Communities of Color
56 How the 'only family' argument is used against Indigenous families
57 Feds appeal ruling in Mashpee Wampanoag land case
58 National Congress of American Indians stands strong against efforts to erode tribal sovereignty
59 Trump BLM Pick William Perry Pendley's “Racist” History Against Natives
60 Arkansas Loop Fire in Bondad at 12 acres
61 Vulnerable Navajo Nation fears a second COVID-19 wave
62 Virtual hearing being held tomorrow on Tejon Indian Tribe’s Hard Rock Casino project
63 Another North Dakota oil pipeline ordered to shut down
64 MPLX sees about $100 mln earnings hit if two Bakken oil pipelines shut
65 Oklahoma prosecutor says Indian Health Service shortcomings leave children vulnerable
66 Commentary: Government orders Tesoro Pipeline to shut down, pay landowners millions
67 String of 27 fires on Crow reservation chalked up to arson
68 Greens, racial justice and tribal groups push on Pendley
69 Congress urged to reauthorize diabetes program for Native Americans
70 Mass. Senate OK’s bill reviewing controversial state seal, flag
71 Trading in Native artifacts does real harm — High Country News – Know the West
72 UND continues to lead the nation in American Indian physicians
73 A closed border, pandemic-weary tourists and a big bottleneck at Glacier National Park
74 Feds launch Minnesota office on missing Indigenous cases
75 CSKT water compact bill clears first hurdle in US Senate
76 Redding is trying to 'kill' Win-River's expansion plan, lawsuit alleges
77 Ivanka Trump's Empty Spectacle on Violence Against Native Women
78 Meetings roundup: Public invited to comment on draft methane, ozone precursor rules
79 Freda Montelongo | Obituaries
80 Members of New Mexico Council for Racial Justice named
81 Montana senators advance passage of $1.9B water rights settlement
82 Torres Martinez tribe has plans to build 8,400-bed prison, one of the largest in the US
83 Two to four miles wide – Oneida Carrying Place was key
84 Senate Committee passes Montana Water Rights Protection Act
85 Borne the Battle #205: Alaska Native Veterans Program of 2019
86 Trump Administration Appeals Court Decision That Favored Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe
87 Grand opening of MMIP cold case investigatory office draws praise, criticism
88 Indigenous Historian Nick Estes on Toppling Statues, Racist Team Names & COVID-19 in Indian Country
89 Bureau of Indian Affairs wants new computer contract
90 Daily news roundup: Primary election approaches, 2nd free COVID-19 testing site to open
91 Udall Holds Indian Affairs Legislative Hearing on Water Infrastructure, Cultural Patrimony Bills
92 Bureau of Indian Affairs proposes rule to recognize new Alaska tribes
93 Bureau of Indian Affairs proposes change affecting Alaska tribal recognition
94 Indian Affairs extends deadline for the National Tribal Broadband Grant Program
96 Who is Xernona Clayton? Much more than a matchmaker.
97 2 Indians kidnapped by Taliban return home
98 Foreign Minister Jaishankar holds discussions with Irish counterpart
99 Senate Committee on Indian Affairs takes up Indian energy and tribal wildlife bills
100 Chairman Hoeven and Vice Chairman Udall Introduce Bipartisan Native American Housing Legislation