The Northern Cheyenne Tribe plans to elect a new president after the council ousted Jace Killsback from his post.
Another termination-era law, this one affecting the Meskwaki Nation, is on the chopping block.
It took years of work and prodding from Congress but the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians finally reached a land-into-trust agreement in California.
The Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation continues efforts to diversify its economy.
The Navajo Nation is weighing legal options after the Trump administration declined to file charges against a police officer who shot and killed a tribal citizen.
Republicans in Congress are shifting their focus to tax reform as tribal interests wait to see whether they will be included.
Last year, the Cherokee Nation had a financial impact of more than $2 billion in our great state of Oklahoma.
The Winnemucca Indian Colony is conjuring up Christopher Columbus in a lawsuit that challenges a raid of its hemp farm in California.
A Bureau of Indian Affairs official who was hired by the Trump administration to work on economic development issues is linked to a failed loan for the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe.
The Menominee Nation is hosting a new trick-or-treating event after tribal police discovered a suspicious substance in a child's candy bag.
Lawmakers from Oregon and Washington are calling on the Trump administration to honor the federal government's treaty and trust responsibilities.
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs will take testimony on a bill to protect tribal sacred items and on a bill to audit the Indian Health Service.
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is taking up tax reform as Republicans prepare to unveil a major policy bill.
Communities are scrambling to save lives and get people into rehabilitation, but it wasn’t always that way.
Famed American Indian Movement leader Dennis Banks died on October 27,2017, after a brief fight with pneumonia. He was 80.
The Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians has donated $35,000 to the American Red Cross in honor of citizens who passed on this year.
A bill to help the White Mountain Apache Tribe with a critical water project is making its way through Congress.
The University of North Dakota will host a lecture where the Dakota Access Pipeline will be discussed after veteran Native journalist Mark Trahant raised concerns.
Even back in 1881, and it is still true to this day, the best friend the tribes of North America ever had was a White person of impassioned conscience.
A couple of generations ago every Indian in America knew about boarding schools, but as the years have passed that knowledge grows dimmer and dimmer.