Shoshone-Bannock Tribes euthanize dogs after attack on two-year-old boy (April 3, 2017)

Gunner Quagigant suffered severe injuries in the attack on the reservation in Idaho but is expected to recover fully.

Two tribes granted role in Keystone XL Pipeline review in Nebraska (April 3, 2017)

The route crosses the Ponca Tribe's trail of forced removal and the Yankton Sioux Tribe's ancestral territory.

Tribes with coal resources look to Trump administration for change (April 3, 2017)

The Crow Tribe, the Hopi Tribe and the Navajo Nation depend on coal revenues but their fortunes have fallen in recent years.

Cronkite News: Summit focuses on American Indians and disabilities (April 3, 2017)

The 13th annual summit focused on Native Americans with disabilities – more specifically, the youth population.

John Berrey: Indian Country's best nominee for the Supreme Court (April 3, 2017)

Indian country has long sought a Supreme Court nominee like Neil Gorsuch.

Indian Country secures victory with end to long-running land case (April 3, 2017)

After waiting more than 160 years and surviving numerous challenges, the Cowlitz Tribe has a permanent homeland in Washington state.

Tiffany Midge: Men get together to decide future of women's health (April 3, 2017)

Committee of barnyard swine to determine fate for women’s health.

Terese Mailhot: When 'self-help' isn't enough to help Native women (April 3, 2017)

Trauma and mourning is a shared experience for Native women that render concepts of self-help useless.

Mark Trahant: Native women represent in public office across nation (April 3, 2017)

A little more than 40 percent of all American Indian and Alaska Native legislators are female.

Victor D. Swallow: Stories of hardship on the Pine Ridge Reservation (April 3, 2017)

Stories like these need to be told on how life was after reservations were created and the hardships they endured.

Native Sun News Today: South Dakota continues to punish drug addiction (April 3, 2017)

The arrest of drug offenders appears to be skyrocketing.

Tim Giago: Deaths of Indian homeless in Rapid City still unresolved (April 3, 2017)

It started in May of 1998. Bodies began to show up in or near Rapid City Creek.