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Why voting rights advocates in South Dakota are crying foul.

Means is campaigning to be a part of the system he criticized when he called on tribal members to form an independent Lakota 

Reporter Charles Michael Ray speaks with Pine Ridge residents about their vote.

Reporter Charles Michael Ray talks with voters on the Pine Ridge Reservation about who they're supporting and why.

Native voters in Denver want presidential candidates to focus on issues impacting tribes.

Russell Means, state Senator Teresa Two Bulls, incumbent President John Yellow Bird Steele and others compete for the two spots in the general election.

Twenty years ago Courtney Hermann saw something she absolutely needed. When electronic stores released the first VHS recorders the then 15-year old Hermann for some reason knew she couldn’t live without one. Too young to afford this new technology, the teenager turned to her parents.

“It might be the only thing that I ever really, truly, begged for,” says Hermann.

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Lake of Betrayal looks at the Seneca Nation’s fight to protect its sovereignty against a backdrop of a federal Indian Termination policy, pork-barrel politics, and undis