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Navajo Nation Council Delegate Amber Kanazbah Crotty has diligently worked toward the Navajo Nation developing its own Amber Alert system.

It was, by far, the most controversial land purchase in the history of the Navajo Nation, a purchase that helped to bring down a tribal chairman and caused a revolt that included sweeping changes that are still felt today.

Whippoorwill Chapter’s vice president and secretary have called on the chapter president to resign after reports surfaced of her and her family members rifling through documents at the chapter house while it was closed…

Some tribal employees are making out like bandits when it comes to getting bonuses from the tribe

Former candidate for Navajo Nation president Chris Deschene has joined a Washington, D.C., law firm to work in energy development.

The Law and Order Committee has recommended three names to Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye for appointment to chief justice of the Navajo Nation Supreme Court.

The Navajo Nation Council is pushing to eliminate Attorney General Ethel Branch’s authorization on fiduciary matters after not seeing eye to eye.

The first Native American woman to chair a major state party wants to be the first Native American congresswoman.

Navajo Nation firearm law guarantees Navajo citizens a right to bear arms, which includes using it during traditional ceremonies, having one in your home and carrying an unloaded one in your vehicle.

Carlyle Begay, the former Arizona state senator who switched to the Republican Party in 2015 because, he said, it better reflected his values of personal responsibility and self-determination, owes the Internal Revenue Service …