Since 1789 there have been 12,244 people serving in Congress. Never has there been a Native woman.
Research by environmental and natural resources law scholars shows the president’s action will likely be overturned by the courts.
Paulette Jordan is running for governor of Idaho. This is a big deal in so many ways.
The Omaha Tribe is firing back after being accused of failing to properly spend Federal Emergency Management Agency funds following disastrous flooding along the Missouri River in 2011.
The Montaukett Indian Nation has once again been denied recognition in the state of New York
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is turning out in force to support the Cherokee Braves at North Carolina's state football tournament.
People can get trapped in the past, shackled there by events too harrowing to let go.
Far across in the country, in upper New York State, the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe (Akwasasne) needed help, specifically to protect tribal sovereign immunity from being limited by an unfavorable court ruling.
Two lawmakers, one Democrat and one Republican and both with ties to Indian Country, announced their resignations due to sexual harassment allegations.
A federal jury returned a guilty verdict for the brutal murder of RoyLynn Rides Horse on the Crow Reservation in Montana.
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke spent more than $14,000 on two trips on government helicopters over the summer.
Congress cleared a bill to keep the federal government up and running until Christmas but there are no increases for Indian programs for now.
A holiday song performed by Sihasin, a brother and sister duo from the Navajo Nation, has landed in a national advertising campaign.
The Trump administration is expressing major concerns about the first new tribal water rights settlements being considered in Congress.
President Donald Trump is being urged to consider a national monument on ancestral Blackfeet Nation land in Montana.
A shooting has been reported at a public school near the New Mexico portion of the Navajo Nation.
Tribes are watching the White House as President Donald Trump is presented with his first stand-alone Indian bill.
A bill to provide victim services funding directly to tribes for the first time is making its way through Congress.
Supreme Court justices wrestled with the line between art and commerce in the case of a Colorado baker who said making a wedding cake for a same-sex couple would violate his First Amendment rights.
Secretary Ryan Zinke brought a Navajo grandmother onstage and held her by the shoulders and President Donald Trump turned to engage her awkwardly from time to time.