President Donald Trump repeated a threat to shut down the government if Congress does not approve the immigration reforms he wants, including funding for a border wall.
The Keystone XL Pipeline comes within 25 miles of the burial site of Standing Bear, a famed leader of the Ponca Tribe.
Born at Wounded Knee in 1930, Ethel Giago had her feet in two different worlds. Books transported her to new ones.
An FBI informant infiltrated the #NoDAPL encampment and supplied the gun that led to a Native woman's downfall.
Stop enabling news organizations that shun inclusive coverage.
Kevin Stitt could make history as Oklahoma's first Native American governor.
Abuse can be more than broken bones and black eyes, but other types of abuse can be harder to spot.
Charles Wilkins, who was an accountant at the Bureau of Indian Affairs, was murdered in the nation's capital in 1995.
Isn’t it time for America to listen to what the world is trying to tell us?
Perhaps racism is contagious in that it came ashore with the first settlers and spread across America as the settlers moved west.
Daron White Eagle, the founder of the Wambli Ska Drum & Dance Society, passed away on July 20. He was 54.
Native herbalists are doing more than just healing sore muscles. They are decolonizing herbalism.
Across the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, residents began cleaning up the debris left by two damaging storms over the weekend.
An American restaurant chain is under fire after threatening a Native business for using the words 'aloha' and 'poke' together.
The entirety of this land was once ours, and it is a joy to return one piece of land to the Cherokee people.
A long-running event that celebrated the Spanish 'conquest' of New Mexico is finally ending following years of opposition from Pueblo tribes and activists.
The Havasupai Tribe will be seeking federal assistance after flooding caused significant damage on the reservation.
The Oglala Sioux Tribe keeps spending more and more money on travel for council members.
The art and culture of the Lakota, and Indigenous people as a whole, has long been a part of the greater community.
A federal appeals court overturned immigration violations against an Arizona business, saying the investigation was sparked by an illegal raid.