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Latest Bureau Of Indian Affairs Items
An FBI spokesman confirmed Friday that it is working with the Bureau of Indian Affairs to investigate the death of an infant on the Spirit Lake Reservation.
Livestock breeder James Leachman of Billings is suing several officials with the Bureau of Indian Affairs over the seizure and sale of more than 800 horses that he failed to relocate and care for after he lost his ranch in a foreclosure sale.
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe said Tuesday that a recent legal opinion from the U.S. Interior Department could provide a major boost to its hopes of building a resort casino in Taunton.
The flood-prone village of Newtok near Alaska's storm-battered coast is running out of time as coastal erosion creeps ever closer to the Yup'ik Eskimo community.