Dr. Tara Sood rushed to volunteer with the Indigenous-led protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The Washington Committee on Geographic Names will be taking action on the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe's request to name Littleneck Beach.
The Trump era hasn't been the greatest for tribes in the lower 48 but it's been a different story for one wealthy Alaska Native corporation.
A ski resort on public land uses reclaimed sewage to make snow on sacred land.
I want us to go humbly to the very people our culture tried to exterminate to listen to what they can teach us.
'Basically, we’re kind of outraged,' the chairman of the Chemehuevi Tribe said in response to possible destruction of cultural sites.


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A record number of Native Americans, including Native women, are seeking seats in the U.S. Congress. Here are the active candidates.

The Supreme Court made it harder to designate critical habitat for endangered species, in a ruling that business and property rights groups said corrects federal government overreach.

A new climate report released by the Trump administration predicts significant -- and expensive -- impacts on the planet as a result of climate change.

News of the federal judge's decision spread quickly across social media in Indian Country.

The Lytton Band of Pomo Indians is helping victims of the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history

Leaders and citizens of the Oglala Sioux Tribe are protesting uranium development on their homelands.

The South Selkirk Mountains caribou herd is down to just six animals.

The non-Native hold on power in San Juan County, Utah, has finally come to an end.

Food sovereignty efforts continue to advance in Indian Country.

The Havasupai Tribe and environmental advocates will be able to challenge an existing uranium mine near the Grand Canyon.

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.

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.

The ancestors of Native peoples were already in the Americas long before previously thought.

The White House plans to improve water reliability and availability in the West by streamlining regulatory processes and conducting expedited reviews on water projects. But details remain scarce.

The National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers is searching for a new leader following the departure of its long-serving president.

Congress went on break last week but not before sending another pro-tribal bill to President Donald Trump.

Tribes want a seat at the table in talks over a pipeline that runs through their treaty territory.

Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke is protecting one area of Montana as the Blackfeet Nation calls on him to protect another.

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

Tribes have finally been given access to the Trump administration's Dakota Access Pipeline decision but Indian Country is still being kept in the dark.

The Crow Tribe is accused of misusing and mismanaging $12.8 million in federal funds.

The Supreme Court has let stand an Obama-era moratorium on new uranium mines on about 1 million acres around the Grand Canyon.

A Navajo Nation water settlement, a bill to repeal a paternalistic federal policy and broadband in Indian County are on the agenda on Capitol Hill.

The Yurok Tribe is buying back ancestral lands, rebuilding its economy and becoming more self-sufficient.

Tribes, museums and educational institutions received nearly $1.7 million in grants to assist them with repatriation efforts.

Summer storms that caused extensive damage on the Pine Ridge Reservation won't result in federal assistance.

Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara Nation residents, who live at the center of oil fracking fields, were among the first critics of the Trump administration's environmental proposals.

A decades-long fight to protect sacred Blackfeet Nation land continues in the federal courts.

Secretary Ryan Zinke visited Grand Canyon’s windswept roadways, sunbaked cabins and aging wastewater treatment facility to bring attention to the National Park Service’s $11.6 billion backlog in maintenance projects.

More than 40 families in Iowa are fighting to contain the spread of concentrated animal feeding operations.