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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump, on his first full day back to the White House from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center where he was treated for Covid-19, abruptly broke off talks with congressional Democrats on the HEROES Act 2.0 that was approved by the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives last Thursday.

Chairman Harold Fraizer
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EAGLE BUTTE, S.D. — Harold Frazier, tribal chairman of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, on Monday endorsed Democratic nominee, former vice president Joe Biden, for president of the United States and asked “that everyone vote for Joe Biden this election.”

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez is encouraging Navajo citizens to take all precautions in the Nation's continuing fight against Covid-19.

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Last week, Grand Rapids Mayor Rosalynn Bliss declared the second Monday in October Indigenous Peoples Day. 

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Breaking News. BETHESDA, Md. — President Donald Trump is set to leave Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and return to the White House on Monday at 6:30 p.m. - EDT., according to a tweet by Trump on Monday afternoon.

Cherokee Nation Chief of Staff Todd Enlow
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TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Covid-19 prompted an unprecedented federal stimulus effort through the CARES Act. That legislation included $8 billion in set-aside funds for federally recognized tribes across the country. 

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TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — U.S. Attorney William Barr visited the capital of the Cherokee Nation this past Thursday, only five days after sitting in the White House’s Rose Garden where some eight attendees have been diagnosed with the deadly Covid-19.

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — A federal judge late Thursday ordered the U.S. Census Bureau to continue operations for the entire month of October, instead of ending the 2020 Census on Oct. 5 as was previously announced earlier in the week.

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — On Saturday, the Navajo Department of Health, in coordination with the Navajo Epidemiology Center and the Navajo Area Indian Health Service, reported 17 new COVID-19 positive cases for the Navajo Nation and no recent deaths. The total number of deaths remains 558 as previously reported on Friday. Reports indicate that 7,266 individuals have recovered from COVID-19, and 108,446 COVID-19 tests have been administered. The total number of positive COVID-19 cases is now 10,421.