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Thirteen former members of the Navajo Nation Council and two former staff assistants are being sentenced today in the Navajo Tribal Court in Window Rock in connection with the five-year-long investigation into misuse of tribal discretionary funds.

After what was described as “a year of waiting for assistance that never came,” Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez said they have no choice but to file a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency for their part in the Gold King Mine spill and its aftermath.

A day after the National Aeronautics and Space Administration released its new finding of 250 methane leaks in the San Juan Basin, a group of researchers launched their own investigation.

50 Years Ago: Appeals court sides with Nakai against Littell

Fifty years ago this week, Navajo Tribal Chairman Raymond Nakai may have won his biggest victory since becoming chairman of the Navajo tribe.

Organizers expect about 2,000 people for the 10th annual Code Talker Day celebration at Veterans Memorial Park.

Alice Shorty was home alone Friday night when her cinderblock house began filling with water.

50 years ago: Nakai vows not to ask for raise

The Navajo tribe’s chairman, Raymond Nakai, a former chairman, Paul Jones, and a man who had wanted to be chairman for more than a decade, Sam Billison, were in the midst of a political battle to become the next chairman.

Daniel Jimmy Morgan has been charged with murder in Indian Country by the FBI in the July 30 killing of Edison Morgan, whom chapter officials said was his father.

The Shiprock Chapter early Saturday morning declared a state of emergency after floodwaters displaced 27 people and washed away entire homes, farms and livestock.

Sadie Yazzie, 65, of Ganado was killed Wednesday in a two-car crash. According to New Mexico State Police, the accident