The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a death penalty case that could significantly change the legal definition of Indian Country in Oklahoma.
The Winnebago Tribe is working to change the food culture on the reservation, starting with some of its youngest citizens.
The leader of the Department of the Interior has an interesting response to the substance abuse crisis: send kids from troubled homes to an Indian boarding school far away.
A non-Indian woman is suing the federal government after her grandchildren were taken from her by Bureau of Indian Affairs police officers.
A task force drafting a new constitution for the Oglala Sioux Tribe is led by a group of ladies who are well versed in key governance issues.
I would much rather work towards a future where We the People finally means All the People.
Developed over thousands of years, Native architecture can build climate resiliency.
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp did not join the #NoDAPL movement like many of her Democrats. She may pay for it the polls in North Dakota.
The Supreme Court has had a busy few months dealing with Indian law cases but one petition seems to be troubling the justices a bit.
Without action on a compact for the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, the consequences for water users, farmers, and ranchers will be dire.
There are many star stories in the rich oral traditions of the Iroquois.
'My heart was hurt, my spirit almost compromised by this,' Pawnee citizen Robert Robedeaux says of an incident with police in Oklahoma.
Democratic lawmakers and advocates demanded Education Secretary Betsy DeVos disavow her remarks about schools and undocumented students.
A white man in Washington state got 7 1/2 years for a killing some said was fueled by hate.
A citizen of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians whose criminal past is hurting his political ambitions is taking his case to a higher power.
A rough reservation road led to the loss of grenade launcher ammunition. The Air Force is offering a $5,000 reward for it.
Three Ojibwe women are running for the office of Lt. Governor of Minnesota. Unprecedented?
From what I have witnessed during my 60-plus years of life, most of our college graduates are culturally handicapped and they do not speak Lakota.
A worldwide flu pandemic struck Indian Country hard, killing more than 2,000 Navajos and 600 Lakota one hundred years ago.
How do you honor New Mexico’s colorful past without celebrating violent colonialism in racially charged festivities?