We have had bad presidents, but they didn’t have the Reverend Jim Jones cult like following this president seems to attract.
Fawn Sharp grew up steeped in the tribal activist culture of the Pacific Northwest.
Native pipeline fighters celebrated the death of a state law aimed at preventing them from protesting against the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Growing up on the Flathead Reservation, Shane Morigeau experienced the depredations of predatory insurance and securities scams on the sick, the poor, and the systemically marginalized.
For the first time since Bill Clinton won re-election in 1996, pundits aren’t sure whether Arizona will vote red or blue in 2020.
Partisan presidential politics are affecting Indian Country's legislative agenda.


At least 10 Native candidates are running for U.S. Congress in 2020.

We should know that Russian operatives and anti-American voices are on the internet daily.

Funding for the popular Johnson O'Malley Program might actually increase thanks to a new count of Indian students.

Playing political games only distracts us from improving the lives of everyday Americans.

As Americans, it is indeed important to remember the role tribes and their leaders have played in our collective history.

The ethically challenged acting director of the Bureau of Land Management made a tense appearance at the Society of Environmental Journalists conference to discuss his radical record.

Lawmakers split along party lines as the House passed a resolution that lays out the framework for the next public phase of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

Democrats on Capitol Hill are vowing to secure permanent protections for ancestral tribal territory after winning initial passage of legislation to stop energy development on sacred lands in two states.

'In 2019, our Havasupai voices were heard after 30 years,' Carletta Tilousi of the Havasupai Tribe said of a bill to ban uranium mining around the Grand Canyon.

A disproportionate number of sexual predators have preyed on Indian Country and Native women.

A Canadian company needs a large amount of water for the Keystone XL Pipeline. Tribes and water protectors are fighting back.

The wind speaks in this place. Sometimes it’s loud and abrasive and seeks to humble those who have failed to listen to the truths it has breathed upon them.

The Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians suffer from the highest rates of all forms of harassment, according to an employee study.

Tribal leaders are still paying close attention to the nation's highest court despite a slowdown in cases affecting Indian Country's interests.

For the first time in nine years, the U.S. Forest Service ended the fiscal year without depleting its fire suppression budget and having to borrow money from other projects to continue fighting wildfires.

A bill to provide a safe and stable homeland for the Prairie Island Indian Community has been introduced in the 116th Congress.

Members of the National Congress of American Indians made history here by choosing a woman as their president for only the third time since the organization's founding in 1944.

A tiny Alaskan village got a police officer. He’s never had to make an arrest. Meanwhile, larger communities with more crime have often been left behind as the state’s two-tiered policing crisis gets worse.

The Hardrock Leasing and Reclamation Act protects national parks and tribal areas from being leased for mining, increases mining royalties and creates a fund to clean abandoned mines.

Native Americans are among those who have been historically undercounted during the U.S. Census, a constitutionally mandated headcount conducted every decade since 1790.

Campaign season is in high gear as tribal leaders prepare to elect a new slate of officers for the National Congress of American Indians.

Marshall Pierite, Tunica-Biloxi Tribe, is seeking a voice at the National Congress of American Indians.

Fawn Sharp, Quinault Nation, is seeking the top spot at the National Congress of American Indians again.

Shaun Chapoose, Ute Tribe, is running for president of the National Congress of American Indians.

Joe Byrd, Cherokee Nation, is among the candidates seeking a leadership role within the National Congress of American Indians.

Harold Frazier, Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, is making a second leadership bid at the National Congress of American Indians.

Learn more about Lance Gumbs, Shinnecock Nation, and his vision for the National Congress of American Indians.

It's day two of the National Congress of American Indians annual convention. Where are you?

One hundred percent of the comments at a public hearing on water permits for the Dewey Burdock Project were against uranium mining on treaty territory.

The diminished power of the Trump administration's face of Indian Affairs was on strong display as tribal leaders opened one of their biggest meetings of the year.