Federal and state authorities are coordinating in anticipation of protests against the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Tribes are battling the Trump administration over protections for the sacred grizzly bear.
Indian Country saw a busy day on Capitol Hill, with lawmakers passing four bills as tribal leaders discussed major issues and controversies.
Arizona has a long history of discriminating against Native voters. A new law may help those efforts.
Not every tribal election offers voters a clear choice, or even a good choice.
Indian Country is entering uncharted territory with the Trump administration's move to take a tribe's reservation out of trust.


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

The state of Minnesota will almost surely have a Native woman serving as Lieutenant Governor come 2019.

President Donald Trump's reputation in Indian Country is often in the dumps even as Congress keeps giving him pro-tribal bills to sign.

Are Native-related issues enough to sink the nomination of President Donald J. Trump’s choice for the Supreme Court?

Government watchdogs are concerned about Jon Kyl's role as a lobbyist now that the Republican from Arizona is back in office.

The National Congress of American Indians disagrees strongly with the Department of the Interior’s decision affecting the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe.

Navajo environmentalists want an aging, coal-fired power plant on their homelands to go away.

The Fort Belknap Tribes and the Rosebud Sioux Tribe are waging a familiar war over water, treaty rights and the Keystone XL Pipeline.

The Little Shell Tribe is getting closer to securing justice after more than 100 years of uncertainty.

Less than two months into the job, the new leader of the Bureau of Indian Affairs has set an ominous tone for tribal nations.

Alvin 'A.J.' Not Afraid, the chairman of the Crow Tribe, no longer has to worry about being arrested.

Alaska tribes, despite being more than the nation's capital, know the truth about Brett Kavanaugh's agenda.

Like many Lakota I am a witness to the injustices perpetrated upon Native Americans.

The Crow Tribe hasn't paid judicial branch employees and a judge is seeking action.

Despite times of tension, Native leaders and colleagues describe the late John McCain as a firm advocate for tribal rights.

We don’t have good, sound financial decisions being made by the leaders of the Oglala Sioux Tribe.

Two new reports detail 'unusual' and questionable behavior by the highest-ranking education official at the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

A new bill in Congress is offering some hope for communities in New Mexico who land was supposed to be protected by treaty.

The cards continue to fall into place for the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, whose homelands have long been the subject of controversy.

The Washoe Tribe is working to recover ancestral lands in northern Nevada.

John McCain worked hard to support and strengthen tribal sovereignty and tribal self-determination.

There is a quiet resistance within the Trump administration of people choosing to put country first. So says an anonymous 'senior official.'

For the first time, a new report has put a price tag on the sale of tribal cultural property on the international market.

Indigenous women and girls are going missing and murdered at alarming rates.

Jon Kyl will take the late John McCain's place on the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs.

To the surprise of almost no one, the Trump administration has affirmed its hasty approval of the Dakota Access Pipeline with a decision few have actually seen.

From Yvette Herrell in New Mexico to Paulette Jordan in Idaho, it's been a record year for Native women candidates.

Environmental groups, tribes and individuals sued the federal government seeking to block the hunt, which was slated to take part in areas around Yellowstone National Park.

There were more laughs than tears for John McCain whose funeral service drew scores of political power players of the last four decades – but not the current president.

Unite we must; because for those Native Americans who believe there is no danger to our sovereignty are wrong.

Native women are coming forward with complaints about their treatment at the National Congress of American Indians.