The National Congress of American Indians is preparing for a big meeting in Washington, D.C., as tribes continue to deal with ongoing political challenges.
Sherenté Mishitashin Harris, a young citizen of the Narragansett Tribe, is among the candidates for the 2018 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
A strip club once named for the revered Lakota leader Crazy Horse was rebuked last week for abusing the court system as part of an employment lawsuit.
A 'talking stick' that became the talk of the media and certain corners of the internet isn't Native, The New York Times said in a correction to a widely-read story.
The shutdown of the federal government is over after three days of confusion.
Red Fawn Fallis, a citizen of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, is facing a prison term for firing a gun during the #NoDAPL protests in North Dakota.
Closing the digital divide is one of the most important challenges facing Indian Country today.
The recent federal government shutdown exposed shortcomings within the Indian health care system, including the vulnerability of tribal health care programs.
Indian farmers and ranchers who experienced discrimination at the Department of Agriculture will have to wait even longer for resolution of the historic Keepseagle lawsuit.
The U.S. Supreme Court won't be hearing a climate change dispute that drew intense interest among Alaska Natives.
Of course Indian Country (and the economy) will be hit hard if this shutdown lasts very long.
Are there any Lakota warriors out there who can still ride horses?
There is still a lot of injustice in Indian Country and the American Indian Movement can still be a leader in the fight.
A Coeur d’Alene woman seeking to become the first Native state governor in the nation’s history cites the example set by her grandmother for her decision to run.
The change in power in the nation's capital has proven beneficial for a Native community thousands of miles away.
Mary Kathryn Nagle, an attorney and citizen of the Cherokee Nation, has won a $50,000 United States Artists Award.
The Narragansett Tribe has withdrawn from a controversial water supply agreement that was questioned by its citizens.
A group called Dance of the Deer Foundation plans to go ahead with an expensive retreat despite complaints from the Sealaska Heritage Institute.
Two tribes are receiving $6 million in payments in connection with a new power line that runs through their ancestral territory in Virginia.
The largest lake in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is now being recognized by its original Native name.