Of course Indian Country (and the economy) will be hit hard if this shutdown lasts very long.
Are there any Lakota warriors out there who can still ride horses?
There is still a lot of injustice in Indian Country and the American Indian Movement can still be a leader in the fight.
A Coeur d’Alene woman seeking to become the first Native state governor in the nation’s history cites the example set by her grandmother for her decision to run.
Mary Kathryn Nagle, an attorney and citizen of the Cherokee Nation, has won a $50,000 United States Artists Award.
The Narragansett Tribe has withdrawn from a controversial water supply agreement that was questioned by its citizens.
A group called Dance of the Deer Foundation plans to go ahead with an expensive retreat despite complaints from the Sealaska Heritage Institute.
Two tribes are receiving $6 million in payments in connection with a new power line that runs through their ancestral territory in Virginia.
The largest lake in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is now being recognized by its original Native name.
The city of Los Angeles has created a 'social equity' tier of applications who will receive priority for marijuana business permits.
Educating our youth can only provide them with their much needed sense of identity and thus the wherewithal to return to the old Oceti Sakowin system of government.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is giving the public until January 29 to comment on a decision to expand a uranium mine near the Pine Ridge Reservation.
Indian Country advocates are praising the Trump administration for dropping a case that targeted the tribal lending industry.
The Canadian firm behind the Keystone XL Pipeline remains committed to the controversial project amid opposition in Indian Country.
Arizona’s two senators took President Donald Trump to task in separate forums, saying his attacks on the press and 'fake news' claims embolden dictators to crack down on media abroad and endanger democracy at home.
A bill to return ancestral lands in Tennessee to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is moving forward in the 115th Congress.
A new initiative on the Winnebago Reservation seeks to improve the health of residents in the northeast Nebraska community.
The White Mountain Apache Tribe can sue the federal government for mismanaging its trust funds all the way back to 1946, a federal judge said in a ruling with major implications for Indian Country.
The lives of murdered and missing First Nations and Native Americans often become lost in the larger narrative of data collection and statistics, rarely do the stories of the individuals get told.
I am older now, tired and worn out and many times I think back to simpler times when Lakota had family values, cared for their young and took care of their elders.