Tribes might finally see a new advocate in their corner as they seek to hold the Trump administration accountable for the treaty and the trust relationship.
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple, saying that doing so would violate his religious beliefs.
More than a dozen federal, state and local leaders met to discuss substance abuse and homelessness among the Native community.
A group of contemporary Lakota women have bravely stepped forward to take on the daunting task of reforming the Oglala Sioux Tribe’s 82-year old constitution.
The treaties are not the problem. The problem is the United States has never honored any treaty with an Indian nation.
Tribal nations are currently asserting water rights as a way to ensure economic vitality, affirm sovereignty and provide basic services that some communities lack.
'If you come here illegally, whether you’re single, whether you have a family ... you’ve broken the law," Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said.
We need a system of teaching Lakota that emulates the way our parents and grandparents learned.
Native veterans and their families gathered at the Black Hills National Cemetery for a special honoring ceremony on Memorial Day.
Each summer, a group of young Cherokees team up and retrace on bicycle the Trail of Tears, our ancestors' removal route from our homelands in the east.
The Shinnecock Hills Protectors Demonstration will draw attention to the fact that the U.S. Open takes place on stolen land.
Are we all related? Scientists are still trying to figure that out.
Native voters in North Dakota continue to fight for their rights amid repeated attempts to limit their participation.
The Navajo Nation is calling on its citizens to help prevent the Trump administration from shutting down a federal agency linked to a once-bitter land dispute.
Stereotypes are shattered every time a campaign commercial is produced and aired on television or distributed online.
Are we ever going to have that community 'conversation' about how certain entities 'divvy' up land that doesn’t belong to them?
The Lummi Nation brought a whale totem pole to Florida to call attention to the plight of Tokitae, an orca held in captivity for nearly half a century.
A Republican candidate for South Dakota's sole Congressional seat wants the federal government to take another look at its relationship with tribal nations.
An African American activist hosted the first 'Reparations Happy Hour' in Portland, Oregon, an event designed to provide a welcoming space for people of color.
A 19-year-old indigenous woman from Guatemala was shot and killed by a federal agent after crossing into the United States.