A petition that could lead to major changes in the way eagle feathers are eagle parts are handled by the federal government has generated significant controversy.
Rosenda Strong, a Native mother of four, went missing on the Yakama Nation in October 2018.
Jace Killsback was considered one of the brightest and best. He just admitted to federal fraud charges.
An Oglala Sioux man wants his freedom after serving nearly 30 years in the South Dakota State penitentiary system.
Gaylen D. Lee, an elder and historian from the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians, was killed at his home in California.
There is no question that James McKinney murdered two people in 1991. But should he be put to death for it?
The nation's highest court threw Indian Country for a loop on the final day of a blockbuster term for tribal rights.
L. Jace Killsback, a former president of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, has pleaded guilty to federal fraud and conspiracy charges.
It only took 194 days for the Supreme Court to issue one sovereignty decision. Where's the other one?
With the Violence Against Women Act mired in partisan politics, a bipartisan group of lawmakers is hoping to turn the focus back to the most vulnerable in Indian Country.
A decision from the nation's highest court could affect as many as 19 death row inmates in Arizona.
The trial of No More Deaths volunteer Scott Warren ended without a verdict.
Two citizens of the Yakama Nation have been charged in connection with deadly shootings on the reservation in Washington state.
A 15-year-old Mexican teen was shot and killed in 'cold-blooded murder' by a border patrol agent, his family told the U.S. Supreme Court.
Five people were killed on the Yakama Nation, with four people arrested in connection with the murders.
It's been more than six months since oral arguments in a closely-watched tribal case but who's counting?
The trial of No More Deaths volunteer Scott Warren began with the prosecutor asserting that federal authorities are not targeting humanitarian aid along the border with Mexico.
In the first two years of the Trump presidency, complaints of wrongdoing, corruption, fraud and misuse of funds increased 16 percent at the agency with the most responsibilities in Indian Country.
Partisans did not appear to be swayed by a careful recap of the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Sexual harassment in Indian Country is an inconvenient and deeply uncomfortable truth
A bill to protect Native women from violence and address the #MMIW crisis has stalled on Capitol Hill.
Donald Trump has been called almost everything—racist demagogue, vulgar sexist, inept businessman, pathological liar, and moron.
The nation's highest court has once again sided with Indian Country in a treaty rights case.
Should the federal government stop issuing Certificates of Degree of Indian Blood?
Jenni Monet is headed to trial this fall after arriving late to a court appearance on charges of drunken driving and resisting arrest in New Mexico.
It's the Department of Justice's turn to present its budget to the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
Jefferson Keel is stepping down as Lieutenant Governor of the Chickasaw Nation but he won't be going far from his people.
A former Indian Health Service pediatrician who was convicted of sexual abuse and awaits trial on more charges continues to cause headaches for the beleaguered agency.
'The battle continues, I am not surrendering,' disgraced sheriff Joe Arpaio said.
Amateur white American archaeologists and collectors are still influenced by the right of conquest mentality.
Sheena Between Lodges is in recovery after being attacked on the Pine Ridge Reservation.
A bullet remains lodged in Micah Taylor's neck after he was shot by a police officer in Omaha, Nebraska.
Jenni Monet is a free woman, despite a new warrant out for her arrest in New Mexico.
Instead of waiting for answers from police, Indigenous communities are scanning hillsides and riverbeds—and helping families cope.
Federal prosecutors concluded they could not secure a conviction 'beyond a reasonable doubt' in the death of 53-year-old Phillip Glock.
Journalist Jenni Monet is facing charges of driving while intoxicated and resisting arrest in an incident she is blaming on racial profiling.
The Bay Mills Indian Community is the first tribe in Michigan to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes.
William Hosetosavit was arrested after the Bureau of Indian Affairs put out an alert for him.
An office of the Chickasaw Nation was defaced with the words 'Indians will be gassed' and 'Savages' along with symbols of White supremacy.
Anndine Jones, 4, was last seen on March 14 on the Utah portion of the Navajo Nation.
Debate opened on the Violence Against Women Act amid doubts about its future in a Congress divided along party lines.
Amendments to strengthen tribal sovereignty are being considered for inclusion in the Violence Against Reauthorization Women Act.
Sheena Between Lodges was brutally beaten on Pine Ridge Reservation and prosecutors blame her boyfriend and his sister for the crime.
Native politicians and officials condemned hate and racism after a Chickasaw Nation office was vandalized with the words 'Indians will be gassed' and 'Savages.'
An Indian Health Service pediatrician abused young patients on two reservations for years without being held accountable.
Republicans are welcoming the end of a two-year investigation into Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
A new task force will investigate how the Indian Health Service failed to protect children on the Blackfeet Nation and the Pine Ridge Reservation.
Undocumented immigrants can be held without bail, possibly years after they have committed a deportable crime.
Tribal, federal and state officials are testifying about public safety and drug enforcement at a field hearing in North Dakota.
Sherry Wounded Foot was taken to an Indian Health Service hospital with severe injuries but treatment was slow to arrive, according to a new lawsuit.
Sheena Between Lodges was brutally beaten on Pine Ridge Reservation and prosecutors say a man knows who committed the crime.
Two young men died within a 24-hour period in Rapid City, South Dakota.
Keystone XL Pipeline opponents are joining forces with advocates of justice for missing and murdered indigenous women.
Seven non-Indians, including three people in the Philippines, have been indicted for allegedly violating the Indian Arts and Crafts Act and other federal laws.
South Dakota is the only state in the union that brands drug addicted individuals with a felony conviction through ingestion.
The embattled leader of the Haskell Indian Nations University has been removed from her position at the federally-operated tribal college but won't be going far.