The Yerington Paiute Tribe and the Walker River Paiute Tribe are slamming a land transfer bill that was drafted without their input.
The Cherokee Nation is reducing hepatitis C among its citizens, reporting a 90 percent cure rate for those testing positive.
Paulette Jordan, a citizen of the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, won a convincing primary victory in her bid to be the next governor of Idaho.
Most, if not all, elected officials supported constitutional reform during the elections, but now only a handful are still hard at it and willing to keep their promises.
An unprecedented audio-visual art exhibit about the Wounded Knee Massacre is traveling around South Dakota.
After seven months, the Trump administration has finally provided its views in a closely-watched treaty rights case and it's not looking good for Indian Country.
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is working to ensure the Farm Bill doesn't leave tribal communities behind.
President Donald Trump will soon be getting another Indian bill to sign thanks to bipartisan action on Capitol Hill.
With few people in their corner in the Trump administration, tribes are once again relying on Congress to fulfill the federal government's trust and treaty responsibilities.
Are Bureau of Indian Education schools safe and secure? That's a question being posed on Capitol Hill.
Voting can still be a challenge for Native Americans, who may face language barriers, registration difficulties and a lack of access to polling places and government services.
Native people are continuing to call for justice following a series of incidents they say demonstrate racism and aggression in Nebraska.
Canadians are being royally hosed with the proposed Sixties Scoop 'settlement' which once again exploits Natives and enriches lawyers.
June 5 is just around the corner and Native voters in South Dakota have some important choices to make.
With the Department of Veterans Affairs still lacking leadership, one Native veteran is glad Sen. Jon Tester (D-Montana) helped derail the man who was supposed to lead the agency.
'Women are a goddess; the grocery cart and the woman carry the man, in a sense,' says Lakota musician Wanbli Ceya, who also performs as JuQ.
Despite the testimony of the Native victim, now 11 years old, a jury cleared three men of sexual assault.
Only 125 Native students, out of 33,400, are enrolled at the university where campus police stopped and questioned two young Mohawk brothers.
Will Marvel’s Snowguard, an Inuk teen, break stereotypes?
Although much has changed, the words of treaties remain, in the Constitution’s words, the 'supreme law of the land.'