A grassroots movement encourages non-Natives in Seattle, Washington, to pay monthly reparations to the Duwamish Tribe.
Key lawmakers questioned the Trump administration's efforts to address missing and murdered indigenous women – and they weren’t always satisfied with the answers.
Wab Kinew could have been the first Indigenous person to lead Manitoba as the chief executive of the province.
What is the Trump administration doing about missing and murdered Indigenous women? Lawmakers are seeking answers.
The United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians can acquire homelands over the objections of a much larger and more politically engaged tribe, a federal appeals court ruled.
The Trump Administration violated federal law when it diverted funds for national park improvements during the recent government shutdown, the Government Accountability Office determined.

The Trump administration is proposing to impose income limits for the first time on applicants to the Indian Home Loan Guarantee Program.

While lawmakers debate numerous issues of significance, an important matter surrounding personal freedom and national security quietly looms in the background.

With 6.9 million open jobs in our country, we should provide people with the education and resources they need to succeed.

The fires that spread swiftly across the Amazon in recent weeks drew international attention to a problem Indigenous Brazilians have been facing for years.

'They are illegally stealing money from our troops,' a Democratic lawmaker said after the Trump administration announced a diversion of $3.6 billion in military funds for the border wall.

The Indigenous battles against Keystone XL and Dakota Access have finally emerged as a critical component of the 2020 presidential campaign.

Republican-led states are supporting the Trump administration's efforts to end the Dreamers program for young immigrants.

Tribes can serve protection orders against non-Indians due to their 'inherent' sovereignty, a federal appeals court ruled, addressing an issue being raised on the road to the White House.

A new rule allows the federal government to detain minors and their families indefinitely in 'safe and sanitary' facilities, reflecting concern for minors’ 'vulnerability.'

The Democratic candidate for president wants to set aside $5 billion to help tribes expand broadband in their communities.

Living under another another colonial regime is probably not in the cards for the Inuit people of Greenland.

The economic success that America has experienced lately is truly historic.

The Special Diabetes Program for Indians has proven to be effective and we need to further invest in the program to continue to build on its success.

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg didn't attend a historic Native forum like several others but he's still reaching out to Native voters.

Joe Sestak, a former U.S. Congressman from Pennsylvania, brought his military experience to the Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum.

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock faced some technical difficulties as he outlined his vision for Indian Country.

Among tribal communities, climate change is not theoretical, it is not conjecture.

Amy Klobuchar, a U.S. Senator from Minnesota, was among the record number of participants in a historic Native issues forum.

There will be no Andrew Jackson in the White House if best-selling author Marianne Williamson becomes president.

The final afternoon of the historic Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum featured presentations from five Democratic candidates for president.

From veteran Joe Sestak's call for tribal jurisdiction over non-Indians to Navajo citizen Mark Charles and his #WeThePeople platform, here's what went down at the Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum.

From freeing Indian activist Leonard Peltier to improving Indian health care, the 2020 candidates for president didn't run from the difficult issues at the historic Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum.

Mark Charles, a citizen of the Navajo Nation, is running for president in 2020 as an Independent.

Kamala Harris, the U.S. Senator from California, was among the record number of participants in the historic #NativeVote2020 event.

Julián Castro, a former Obama administration official, was the first presidential candidate in the 2020 cycle with a detailed Indigenous agenda.

Elizabeth Warren, the U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, shared her sweeping plans to improve the federal-tribal relationship at a historic Indian Country event.

Bernie Sanders, the U.S. Senator from Vermont, discussed his Indian Country platform with tribal leaders and tribal citizens.

History is being made as 11 candidates for president in 2020 are taking part in a forum focused solely on the concerns of Native Americans.

Democratic presidential candidates are reaching out to Native voters at a historic forum in one of the most critical states in the 2020 campaign.

From Amy Klobuchar's 'I care' moment to Steve Bullock's defense of the Indian Child Welfare Act, here's a recap of what you might have missed.