Tribal members are doing the dirty work and not being compensated, rewarded or acknowledged.
A coal-fired power plant that has supplied jobs to thousands of tribal citizens is slated for closure.
There are a lot of reasons for Native voters to get the polls in Alaska, Idaho, Montana and Washington.
Leaders of the Yakama Nation are asking for Indian Country's support as the Supreme Court hears its first tribal case..
More than 24,000 people across the country have signed an online petition calling for Yandy.com of Phoenix to stop selling more than 40 'Native' costumes.
Two Standing Rock citizens and a member of the clergy are suing authorities who shut down a key highway during the height of the #NoDAPL movement.


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The Citizen Potawatomi Nation and the state of Oklahoma have been at odds over sales taxes at tribally-owned businesses.

The Northern Cherokee Nation isn't considered legitimate but federal contracting officials apparently don't care.

A Crow family wants the best offer for the use of their land. Negotiations have turned bitter.

Millions of cans of beer are no longer being sold in a small reservation border town.

Should states and counties be able to tax businesses in Indian Country? One federal judge says yes.

It's been almost a month since the Trump administration reaffirmed its approval of the Dakota Access Pipeline but no one's seen the decision yet.

A controversial coal-fired power plant on the Navajo Nation is inching closer to closure.

Tribes will ramp up efforts to hold corporations accountable for climate change after the energy industry invested another $5 million to stop their campaign.

Tourism in Indian Country is getting a big boost from the federal government.

Indian Country saw a busy day on Capitol Hill, with lawmakers passing four bills as tribal leaders discussed major issues and controversies.

The Trump administration has awarded $400,000 in business development grants in Indian Country.

Efforts to save the storied Kah-Nee-Ta Resort and Spa in Oregon have failed.

It is sad in this day and age that some people believe American Indian tribes are incapable of addressing their people’s basic needs.

Native-owned companies have a hard time getting funding and expanding. Two Navajo entrepreneurs want to change that.

A tobacco manufacturer on the Yakama Nation is on the hook for almost $58 million in federal taxes after losing a treaty rights case.

Native American communities are trying to grow their agriculture presence even larger to preserve their culture and traditions.

'This isn't your average neighborhood cannabis store,' the Tulalip Tribes said of their new venture in Washington state.

A bank established by the late Elouise Cobell is preparing for the next step in its evolution.

An American restaurant chain is under fire after threatening a Native business for using the words 'aloha' and 'poke' together.

The state of Wisconsin is promising not to interfere with the St. Croix Chippewa Tribe's hemp and CBD business.

A federal appeals court overturned immigration violations against an Arizona business, saying the investigation was sparked by an illegal raid.

Alaska Native corporations are big players in government contracting. Some of their work takes them to the U.S. border.

The House Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs is taking testimony on tribal homelands and economic development bills.

As visitors stroll through the aisles of Barbie dolls arrayed at a national collectors’ convention in Phoenix, one doll among hundreds stands apart.

The Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians has acquired land near its reservation in northern California.

The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs are planning to close a resort on the reservation and elders aren't happy about it.

The Muckleshoot Tribe has joined the marijuana industry with a unique retail outlet.

The economic development arm of the Winnebago Tribe stands to lose more than $1 million in property thanks to the federal government.

Tribal economic independence is the long term goal of the Rosebud Economic Development Corporation.

Two bills addressing water rights and a third to repeal an outdated ban on alcohol distilleries are on the agenda.