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The chairman of the Quapaw Tribe is up for re-election and his opponent is an unlikely one.
In what appears to be a first, one of the Trump administration's Indian policy nominees has been confirmed without so much as a confirmation hearing.
An office responsible for reviewing thousands of Trump nominees has been run by inexperienced staffers who hosted happy hours, played drinking games and smoked electronic cigarettes while on the job.
The leadership void within the Trump administration is again on display as lawmakers consider the budgets for the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Indian Health Service.
We need to think differently about the Indian Health Service.
Robert Weaver, President Donald Trump’s failed pick to lead the Indian Health Service, is lashing out after the White House abandoned his nomination without so much as an explanation.
Robert Weaver, President Donald Trump’s embattled nominee to lead the Indian Health Service, is no longer under consideration for the job.
Tribal leaders are complaining about a lack of leadership in key Indian policy posts but one of them might soon be filled.
The nomination of Robert Weaver, a citizen of the Quapaw Tribe, to lead the Indian Health Service remains in limbo amid questions about his qualifications and his past.
New leadership is coming to the Department of Health and Human Services but it's not for one of the most important positions in Indian Country.
President Donald Trump's pick to lead the Indian Health Service has left many wondering what qualifications the agency's director should meet.
What qualifications are needed to manage (and possibly reform?) the Indian health system?
A years-long effort by tribes is coming to fruition as the Trump administration prepares to return the Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians to its familiar roots.
Alex Azar, a pharmaceutical executive, served in top leadership posts at the department in George W. Bush administration, an era of resistance to Indian health care.
The Trump administration is sending a not-so-subtle message about the lack of confirmed officials at the Department of the Interior, including the top Indian Affairs position.
It's taken longer than expected but President Donald Trump is finally addressing the leadership void at the beleaguered Indian Health Service.