Three tribes are seeking to manage a troubled Indian Health Service facility but some of their citizens are questioning the move.
Now that the election is over, let’s take a tour through Indian Country’s data landscape.
More than 90 percent of workers in the construction industry are men. A program in Arizona is helping change that.
Having returned from a long trip to England, Wanbli Ceya found himself back home in the land of his Oglala ancestors, needing to refocus on his art and commitment to his people.
Some employees and students blame President Venida Chenault for creating an atmosphere of fear at Haskell Indian Nations University.
It took more than eight years but the Samish Nation has finally secured approval of a land-into-trust application in Washington state.
Poor data collection by law enforcement creates a significant hurdle to understanding the #MMIW crisis.
When Native voters show up to the polls, they’ve shown significant political power.
O’odham and Piipaash women took part in a 53-mile journey spent in prayer for missing and murdered indigenous women.
The former manager of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation's news outlet speaks out about the repeal of the tribe's freedom of the press law.
None of us Indian boarding school boys ever forgot about how we bartered with cubes of butter.
The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is helping Native students achieve their dreams.
The Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations has returned to the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in Montana.
November 6 was a good day for Indian candidates, Democrats and Republicans, in South Dakota.
News of the federal judge's decision spread quickly across social media in Indian Country.
Troy Heinert, a citizen of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, will be leading Democrats in the South Dakota Senate.
During these communal rituals we sing, dance and share the bounties of harvest and the hunt.
Two years of Republican control in the nation's capital have resulted in few concrete gains for Indian Country.
A new housing project gives the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians an opportunity to return to their ancestral territory in Oregon.
Tommy Orange deftly captures the urban-Indigenous experience in his debut novel, There There.