The top Indian education official in New Mexico was fired from her job last week.for unexplained reasons and no one wants to talk about it.
An office responsible for reviewing thousands of Trump nominees has been run by inexperienced staffers who hosted happy hours, played drinking games and smoked electronic cigarettes while on the job.
Born in Pine Ridge, South Dakota, proud Oglala Lakota Chef Sean Sherman and his company have risen to fame.
Native and non-Native farmers, ranchers and agricultural advocates met on the Winnebago Reservation to discuss regenerative agriculture.
Congress has passed legislation that brings the Amber Alert system for abducted or missing children to Native American reservations, a move to prevent deaths like those of 11-year-old Ashlynne Mike.
The practice of gerrymandering had been used against the Lakota people in South Dakota for many years.
The Custer Gallatin National Forest is seeking to protect an area in South Dakota that includes petroglyph and sacred sites.
A natural gas pipeline continues to operate illegally on Indian land in Oklahoma, a year after a federal judge ordered it to be removed.
A closely-watched patent dispute involving the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe is moving into the federal court system.
Christine Lanning was known for her 'famous hugs' and for working to prevent domestic violence, the Nottawaseppi Huron Band said.
An indigenous girl who was removed from her resting place in Chile is being held in Spain, treated as a symbol of scientific oddity and attracting attention from UFO enthusiasts.
A former Rapid City gang leader has overcome the odds and has forgiven his past to become a recipient of a Bush Foundation Grant.
Our youth deserve a life far better than the one we have endured.
In the 20th century, U.S. eugenics programs rendered tens of thousands of people infertile.
Photographer Josué Rivas spent seven months living at Standing Rock, documenting the gathering force of Native Americans and their allies.
Two Pacific Northwest conflicts exemplify a union between tribal nations and anti-fossil fuel advocates.
Native Americans are incarcerated at a rate of 38 percent higher than the national average.
Leaders of the Navajo Nation are rejoicing after a federal judge rebuked the Trump administration for reducing the tribe's Head Start funds.
An Eastern Cherokee bail bondsman who victimized women on the reservation is facing prison time.
The Chickasaw Nation is investing $28.9 million to expand one of its businesses in North Carolina.