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'Enough is enough': The Northern Cheyenne Tribe is blaming the Bureau of Indian Affairs for lawlessness on its homelands in Montana.

This moment is too important for Cherokee Nation to sit by while others make decisions on our behalf.

In a major show of unity, nearly every Indian Country organization is warning of efforts to 'abrogate' tribal sovereignty following a historic win at the nation's highest court.

Lying about your tribal identity could land you in trouble on the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, whose reservation boundaries were reaffirmed by a historic U.S. Supreme Court decision.

'This ruling is critical in the prosecution of domestic violence crimes against Native women,' says StrongHearts Native Helpline Director Lori Jump.

'We look forward to showing why the Dakota Access Pipeline is too dangerous to operate,' Chairman Mike Faith of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe said.

A prominent U.S. Senator has made history as the running mate of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

'We evict KXL and DAPL from our Lakota lands,' a declaration against two pipeline operators reads.

The Bureau of Indian Education has repeatedly neglected warnings that it is not providing a quality education for 46,000 Native students.

Opposition to the Keystone XL Pipeline continues to grow while the owners of the Dakota Access Pipeline deal with ongoing challenges.

Nearly one in three households on the Navajo Nation lack indoor plumbing, making it more difficult to reduce the risk of COVID-19.

The late Winnebago activist Frank LaMere continues to help people find hope and healing.

Within the past few months, four unsolved murders, several home invasions and the rise of bold drug operations in broad daylight have heightened alarms among citizens and leaders of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe.

The U.S. Supreme Court's historic treaty ruling is having immediate impacts in Indian Country, with the Oneida Nation benefiting from the changing legal landscape.

A bill to settle the water rights of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes and restore land to their control is inching forward in the 116th Congress.

President Donald Trump is rolling back a landmark environmental law that tribes and tribal citizens have used to protect their homelands from unwanted development.

For all of us, this victory was hard fought. It was not just the result of our own resilience, but the day also belonged to those who came before us.

'The court’s ruling is a victory for people who are bearing the brunt of federal and tribal oil and gas development,' says Lisa DeVille of Fort Berthold Protectors of Water and Earth Rights.

The Trump administration has rescinded yet another pro-tribal legal opinion, forcing the Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara Nation to go to court to protect its trust and treaty rights.

An attorney who pushed for oil and gas drilling on sacred Blackfeet Nation territory has been overseeing America's public lands for the Trump administration.

Tuŋkášila Šákpe is the Lakota name for The Six Grandfathers. It's known as Mount Rushmore to the people who stole it from the Sioux Nation.

Family and friends are demanding justice for Lenice Blackbird, who went missing and died after being placed in COVID-19 isolation by the Omaha Tribe.

The nation's largest inter-tribal advocacy organization is vowing to oppose legislation aimed at undermining a landmark U.S. Supreme Court victory.

After being cut out of the loop by tribes and a rival Republican, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt is stumbling his way into a treaty rights debate.

Tribal nations succeeded in barring the release of COVID-19 relief money to Alaska Native Corporations for a second time while they pursue an appeal in the case.

'Now is the time to exercise our sovereignty, not voluntarily surrender it,' Chief David Hill of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation says in asserting the tribe's position of strength following a victory for treaty rights.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of tribal treaty rights in one of the most consequential Indian law decisions in recent history.

The wealthy owners of the Dakota Access Pipeline aren't shutting down quietly following a landmark victory secured by tribes of the Sioux Nation.

Of 371 treaties made by Indigenous nations with the U.S., all have been broken by the American government.

A non-Indian attorney has lost his case against Indianz.Com and other news organizations.