I wanted a do-over. I wanted a Christmas miracle and it didn’t happen.
Dode Barnett stood before a door leading to the tribal council’s offices, talking to a colleague when it happened.
The cultural assault on sexual misconduct in America is moving beyond the halls of Capitol Hill and Hollywood and into Indian Country.
The Accohannock Tribe has been recognized by the state of Maryland, the third in the state's history.
White folks feel an abiding obligation to turn heroes of color into, well, white folks.
Methamphetamine use has been an epidemic on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation in South Dakota for the past decade.
The Omaha Tribe is working with historians and the Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs to restore the historic hospital built in the early 1900s by Susan La Flesche, the first Native American physician.
A company owned by Ho-Chunk Inc., the economic development corporation of the Winnebago Tribe, landed a $100 million contract with the Department of Commerce.
This is how it happens: one day, you read that your government has begun censoring language.
Net neutrality is the concept that Internet service providers (ISPs) must treat all data on the internet the same.
A $1.5 trillion tax reform bill represents a rare and now missed opportunity to address the many economic development disparities in Indian Country, Democratic members of Congress said.
Organizers are expecting a large crow for the Two-Spirits Powwow in San Francisco, California, on February 3, 2018.
On a cold wintry day, hundreds of concerned Tennesseans protested the U.S. government’s decision, spearheaded by President Trump, to withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord.
It's official -- President Donald Trump can claim his first Indian legislative achievement.
President Donald Trump is denying he considered rescinding the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court.
In the early 1950s the federal government, through its agency the Bureau of Indian Affairs, decided, in its infinite wisdom, to evacuate the Indian reservations.
The Department of Justice isn't doing enough to improve public safety in Indian Country, seven years after the passage of the Tribal Law and Order Act.
A prominent federal judge who has questioned whether certain criminal laws should be based on 'Indian blood' and whether tribal courts are fair is resigning after being repeatedly accused of sexual harassment.
The Cherokee Nation is attempting to hold the pharmaceutical industry accountable for the opioid epidemic in northeastern Oklahoma but the tribe's lawsuit may never get off the ground.
The Southern Ute Tribe inaugurated three new leaders, all newcomers to politics on the reservation.