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This banner was raised by protesters opposed to an enormous copper mine east of Superior that local tribes say will destroy land sacred to them.

Activists took part in the fifth annual walk to protest the proposed Resolution Copper Mine slated for land that the San Carlos Apache tribe calls sacred. Read more»

Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly speaks at a meeting of tribal leaders Tuesday morning in Washington. Shelly said he wants the U.S. to make up for funding cuts by relaxing regulations to promote job growth in the energy sector.

With Congress required to come up with more than $1 trillion in multi-year budget cuts this fall, tribal leaders converged in Washington this week to make sure their concerns are included in the discussion. Read more» 1