Tara Sweeney, an Inupiaq woman from Alaska, could become the second Native woman to head Indian Affairs.
Parents and teachers aren’t angry over what the a new children's book says about the president, but rather what it leaves out.
The Supreme Court is almost finished with its current term, one in which Indian Country fared surprisingly well. But the drama isn't over yet.
The latest Supreme Court case coincides with a resurgence of interest among a new generation of scholars and activists who are learning about and reviving indigenous food systems.
The people behind the Crazy Horse Memorial continue to make mistakes because they do not have a traditional Lakota elder on hand as an advisor.
Bipartisan efforts to repeal an outdated ban on distilleries in Indian Country continue to gain momentum on Capitol Hill.
I am constantly amazed about the ability of the powers that be to keep doing what is morally wrong while justifying it as legally right.
The Colville Tribes are expanding their hemp operation in Washington state.
Native women suffer from violent crime at some of the highest rates in the United States.
Key members of Congress are taking a look a subsistence, just a week after tribes scored an unusual victory in a treaty rights case.
Four students who died at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania are being returned to their tribal families.
Republican leaders derailed an attempt to force a vote on a bipartisan package of immigration reform bills, drawing outrage from Democrats.
Threatened by a mining company, indigenous women in the remote highlands of Guatemala are marching, increasing productivity, and planting trees.
The Tohono O'odham Nation has opened a criminal investigation after one of its citizens was struck by a Border Patrol vehicle.
A portion of the Santa Fe National Forest has been closed to geothermal development in order to protect tribal sacred sites.
Turquoise used by Native societies in Mexico did not come from the American Southwest as previously thought, according to a new study.
Two tribes have lost a legal challenge to the Keystone XL Pipeline as others try a new approach in hopes of blocking the controversial project.
An ancestor of the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians has been laid to rest again in California.
Innovative resources are integrating Indigenous perspectives into schools through inquiry, video, images and activities.
Nature offers solace for a man living with depression—and a lesson in acceptance for his anxious partner.