After two tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan, Winnebago citizen Aric Armell came home a few years ago to try to find other ways to serve his people.
Indian farmers and ranchers are on pins and needles as they wait for another round of payments from the historic yet mangled Keepseagle lawsuit.
The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe announced suspensions and more than $100,000 in fines against three tobacco vendors that do business on the reservation in New York.
The Trump administration, and its allies in Congress, are fighting a losing war.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a remarkable advocate for equality for all people of color in America, including Indian Country.
Grants awarded by the Department of the Interior must comply with the 'priorities' of Secretary Ryan Zinke.
It was early in my residency in Seattle and Victor had lived as a fisherman all his life.
Less than a month after securing his first Indian legislative achievement, President Donald Trump has signed a second tribal bill into law.
On their reservations and in their wider communities, I saw how Native people protected and nurtured each other.
As I sat sipping on my freshly brewed coffee beans my mind drifted back to my personal history with coffee.
A star-studded new video from JAY-Z features the legendary Native actress Irene Bedard.
Recovery from the Great Recession has been slow in much of Arizona, but in Indian Country the pace has been glacial.
What qualifications are needed to manage (and possibly reform?) the Indian health system?
It is irresponsible to teach the tragedies without also teaching the resistance movements that oppose colonial violence.
Republicans in Congress are moving quickly with a bill they say will establish the 'first' tribally managed national monument. But tribes didn't ask for it.
Native women are once again embracing the cradleboard because it’s both artistic and utilitarian.
December 29th was the 127th anniversary of the day that approximately 300 Sioux men, women and children were slaughtered by the U.S. Army in 1890.
'We thought we could jump on them and get them spooked,' Crow Creek Head Coach Billy Jo Sazue said
This past Tuesday I tried to have a normal day. I knew it was December 19.
A group of tribal leaders and addiction recovery providers came together in South Dakota to discuss their work in the battle against methamphetamine in their communities.