It’s time to treat Indigenous communities with more respect and engage them as collaborators in infrastructure projects.
The Trump administration is more than happy to promote drug busts in Indian Country but one tribe is striking back.
The Supreme Court has let stand an Obama-era moratorium on new uranium mines on about 1 million acres around the Grand Canyon.
The Trump administration announced more than $70 million in school safety grants but fewer than five went to Indian Country.
A federal judge just got around to ruling on an Obama-era restructuring of the Bureau of Indian Education.
Despite continuous underfunding, a new academy is training cadets to protect the Navajo Nation on its own terms.
There are at least 20 congressional districts where the Native Vote tops one percent of potential voters.
Survivors of sexual assault like Christine Blasey Ford deserve our support, not our opposition.
Why do people, then, create these crisis situations where none exist?
A Navajo Nation water settlement, a bill to repeal a paternalistic federal policy and broadband in Indian County are on the agenda on Capitol Hill.
The U.S. Supreme Court is back in session as Indian Country awaits the fate of controversial nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Native women revitalize ceremony to resist the legacy of patriarchy that supports a long-entrenched history of abuse.
When state, federal and tribal governments work together, we have the opportunity to make real changes that will improve the lives of tribal members in our state.
The Supreme Court's Carcieri ruling has created an unfair, immoral obstacle to many tribes
Failure to protect one of us is a failure to protect all of us.
The Hiawatha Indian Insane Asylum was a continuation of a dark and devastating period in American history.
The Yurok Tribe is buying back ancestral lands, rebuilding its economy and becoming more self-sufficient.
Protesters outside of a heated Senate hearing seemed to have already made up their minds about Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court nominee accused of sexual assault.
Tribes, museums and educational institutions received nearly $1.7 million in grants to assist them with repatriation efforts.
Summer storms that caused extensive damage on the Pine Ridge Reservation won't result in federal assistance.