A member of the Native American Church whose sacred items were mistreated by federal agents has reached a settlement that helps fellow Native travelers.
The National Congress of American Indians is finalizing the schedule for its big meeting in Washington, D.C., next week.
Hundreds of tribal leaders and advocates are heading to nation's capital and the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is preparing to host them during a particularly busy week.
Rebecca Plentywounds, a 35-year-old mother of seven, went missing on the Fort Hall Reservation in October 2017.
The Nez Perce Tribe, the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes and the Shoshone-Paiute Tribes are seeking to repatriate ancestral remains uncovered in Idaho.
Shutting down the Navajo Generating Station not only would displace hundreds of workers, it also could raise rates for consumers, according to protesters who marched on the Arizona State Capitol.
The Special Diabetes Program for Indians is poised to see another day thanks to new developments on Capitol Hill.
Decreased federal assistance has caused a dearth in affordable housing. But one company is working to improve opportunities in Indian Country.
Activists in Nebraska are continuing the fight for justice in Whiteclay, calling on law enforcement to investigate several unsolved deaths and murders in the reservation border town.
Great nations don’t kick out their relations.
Alaska Native artists are no longer allowed to sell certain goods on the popular website Etsy.com despite being allowed to do so under federal law.
Red Fawn Fallis will remain jailed while she awaits sentencing in connection with a non-fatal gun shooting incident during the #NoDAPL standoff in North Dakota.
Sen. John McCain introduced a bill Monday that gives Dreamers a path to citizenship and calls for beefed-up border security – but excludes border wall funding, causing the president to brand it a 'waste of time.'
It’s time to look at the money. How much money are #NativeVote18 candidates raising?
The Ponca Tribe is moving forward with a $26 million health, governmental, cultural and community complex in Omaha, Nebraska.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has taken the lead in the case of Olivia Lone Bear, a 33-year-old woman who went missing from the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation in North Dakota.
A $10,000 reward is being offered in connection with the disappearance of 20-year-old Ashley Loring.
An opponent of the Dakota Access Pipeline is suing the federal government in connection with an incident during which she nearly lost her arm.
The Winnebago Tribe is moving forward with plans to take over the troubled Indian Health Service hospital on its reservation.
When wasicu reporters try to write authentic Lakota news reports, the result is often poverty porn.