President Donald Trump is slowly filling open seats on courts across the nation and one of his picks has an important link to Indian Country.
Efforts to reform the Indian Health Service continue to see attention on Capitol Hill.
For years, federal reports have documented shocking cases of mismanagement and poorly delivered care within the Indian Health Service.
While oil continues to flow through the Dakota Access Pipeline, tribes remain confident they will prevail on their treaty, trust and environmental claims.
We need to tell Native women they are brilliant far more often than we do, Terese Mailhot writes on Indian Country Media Netowrk.
The federal court decision could start a new chapter in the DAPL saga, beginning with dropping prosecution of water protectors.
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