The Miccosukee Tribe is defending its handling of a child welfare case that has drawn national attention.
Secretary Ryan Zinke values diversity in the workplace, a spokesperson said as CNN reported questionable comments from the leader of the Department of the Interior.
The continuing legacy of the Native American people is one of courage and tenacity against seemingly insurmountable opposition.
DeleteFacebook has done more for bolstering the modern Indigenous rights agenda than perhaps any other platform of our time
Candidates and organizers think now is the time for Indigenous lawmakers.
Ensnared in legal action with the Oglala Sioux Tribe over uranium mining and milling on sacred unceded treaty land near the Pine Ridge Reservation, Crow Butte Resources, will halt production here this year.
There are too many suicides, higher poverty, higher crime, too much sorrow, no self-esteem and no accountability.
The $1.3 trillion spending bill approved by Congress and signed into law last week includes the largest infusion of funds for Indian housing in nearly a decade.
Delores Taylor based Billy Jack on her experiences growing up near the Rosebud Sioux Reservation.
Federal Indian programs, some of which had been slated for either elimination or deep cuts by the Trump administration, continue on course.
A Lower Brule Sioux basketball player has been invited to play in Australia for the Down Under Sports 30th annual basketball tournament in July.
April 29, 2018, marks the 150th anniversary of the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868.
Indian Country still has a lot of work to do to ensure the federal government lives up to its treaty and trust responsibilities.
A bill that was born out of tragedy in Indian Country has cleared its final hurdle in the 115th Congress.
It's official -- the long-running legal fight over the remaining funds in the $760 million Keepseagle settlement is finally over.
Increases for Indian schools, tribal courts, victims of crime and other key initiatives are now law thanks to bipartisan action in Congress.
Depending how you look at it, the Bureau of Indian Affairs is either catching up with old business or making things more complicated for the popular Johnson O'Malley education program.
The Miccosukee Tribe is under fire after taking a newborn from her parents due to allegations of abuse.
Witnesses and panelists at a House hearing agreed that something needs to be done to close an $11.6 billion maintenance backlog in the national parks, but differed on how to pay for it.
When it comes to the ‘wall,’ the Tohono O'odham Nation is divided.