Elizabeth Warren is a brilliant lawyer and an outstanding senator. Whether she is a Cherokee is debatable.
'Before going to prison, I was like any other youth raised in the violence and poverty, the alcohol and addiction. I was lost.'
Let me take you back to the days of mom and pop grocery stores and full-service gas stations. Remember them?
On the banks of the Missouri River, not far from where Lewis and Clark camped at the start of their long journey, one tribe is exploring new frontiers of its own.
Oklahoma’s rich identity is so closely tied to its Native heritage.
The four Native members of Congress are on opposite sides of the battle over the wall at the U.S. border.
Critics are concerned that William Barr might interfere with probes of the Trump administration now that he's in charge of the Department of Justice.
It’s very clear that conservatives have one plan for dealing with the popularity of the Green New Deal.
America has plenty of money for corporate welfare and defense contractors. Why so little for tribal citizens?
A bill recognizing Lakota, Dakota and Nakota as the official indigenous languages of South Dakota is moving forward.
Controversy continues to overshadow the efforts of the National Congress of American Indians to advocate for the needs of tribes and their citizens.
The leader of the nation's largest inter-tribal organization is responding to controversy that arose at a White House tribal listening session.
A sacred Apache site is being threatened by a huge mining project in Arizona.
President Rodney Bordeaux of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe is weighing in on a White House tribal listening session that got ugly.
A renewed attempt to assume control over a troubled Indian Health Service hospital is running into roadblocks.
Climate change has been really tough on tribes across the country, officials told the House Subcommittee for Indigenous People of the United States.
Jake Herman, born on the Pine Ridge Reservation on January 13, 1890, was one of the best know rodeo clowns in the West.
A federal judge has dealt a setback to the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, whose homelands have long been the subject of controversy.
The late John Dingell, former Democratic Congressman from Michigan, was a supporter of tribal treaty rights and Indian health care.
The Trump administration's attempt to reset its troubled relationship with Indian Country got off to a rocky start after one tribe walked out on what was billed as a historic meeting.