Cyntoia Brown is finally going free after spending half of her life behind bars.
Born at Pine Ridge, Dylan Pourier has the mind and heart of a Lakota rez ball player.
'Our goal is to create self-sufficiency by getting jobs and opportunity to our local tribal members,' an executive from Ho-Chunk Inc. says.
Indian Country is 26 days into a fight with the Trump administration. One tribe's been struggling even longer.
Indigenous legal traditions can point us in the right direction, towards a wealth of gratitude, justice and a good life.
There are many good people on the Rez and so I think I will start writing about them.
The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe is asking the nation's highest court to rule on a controversial sovereign immunity issue.
The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is seeking to restore more of its homelands but local officials are putting up a fight.
President Donald Trump has promised back pay for furloughed federal workers but not all Republicans agree.
The only way to fight colonialism is to regain what has been obliterated, like our language, customs history, belief system or world view.
The 9 Little Girls abuse survivor advocacy group wants justice and healing for the many who suffered during the boarding school era.
With efforts to resolve the record-breaking government shutdown at a standstill, tribal leaders and advocates are scrambling for ways out of the crisis.
The Trump administration wants tribes to know that Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Tara Sweeney has not been furloughed.
Democrats in Congress heard from Indian Country witnesses on the 25th day of the federal government shutdown.
Cyntoia Brown has spent half of her life in prison for killing a man when she was 16 years old.
When will the longest government shutdown in history end? Tribes are waiting for a thaw in Washington.
A federal appeals court has ordered a new trial for an Arizona woman, saying she was wrongly denied the chance to present evidence of battered woman syndrome.
White Americans need immigrants and diversity. That’s not do-gooder talk. It’s math.
Members of the Northern Cheyenne, Southern Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes received a wonderful holiday gift that will benefit generations to come.
We need to thank the employees at Sioux San Hospital and Indian Health Service who work tirelessly to meet our health care needs.