Indian programs are not a part of the policy disputes in Congress, but the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Indian Health Service would have operations suspended during a government shutdown
Tribes are ready to fight after the Federal Communications Commission approved a new policy that they say will make it harder to protect sacred sites and ancestral territories.
Thousands of students participated in walkouts from Rapid City to Pine Ridge to honor the 17 people who were killed in a school shooting in Florida.
Landowners from the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs are seeing nearly $3.7 million in offers for their fractional interests on the reservation.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum will no longer use the 'Chief Wahoo' logo in new inductee plaques, citing a 'shifting societal view' of Native Americans in sports.
Lawmakers from both parties are rebuking the Trump administration's budget cuts with the release of a $1.3 trillion spending bill that includes increases for Indian Country.
Police officers from the Pueblo of Santa Ana responded to a girl's soccer game after a racially-tinged brawl broke out among players and parents.
Why High Country News is investigating high rates of discrimination and assault at the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Spirit writing is more than tattoos. It’s guidance from the past that connects our responsibilities to each other and to earth.
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing arguments in its second Indian law case of what has turned out to be an unusually busy term.
It's a snow day for most of the nation's capital but the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs plans to keep chugging away.
The American Indian Library Association has rescinded an award given to Sherman Alexie after he admitted he engaged in questionable behaviors.
More Democrats and at least one member of the Federal Communications Commission are calling for additional tribal consultation as a critical vote approaches.
The Trump administration is blaming tribes as it delays a highly-anticipated study of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
A 1928 recording from the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation has been added to the National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress.
The opioid crisis has hit rural Native Americans significantly harder than any group in the nation, and the problem may be even worse because of racial misclassification on death certificates.
The leadership void within the Trump administration is again on display as lawmakers consider the budgets for the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Indian Health Service.
Kevin Washburn, a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation, is making history once again in academic circles.
Prior to enactment of the Violence Against Women Act of 2013, tribes lacked authority to prosecute non-Indians who abused their partners.
The traditions we share, the stories we tell, the very health of our people, all these are powerful elements that have kept our people together over time.