Kade Bettelyoun, from the Pine Ridge Reservation, is the 2019 Miss Indian Rodeo.
When early settlers needed extra cash they would say, 'Let’s go out and kill some Redskins and collect the bounty on them.'
A Yankton Sioux Tribe member is in for the fight of his life after falling victim to reservation violence.
For many on the Navajo Nation, basketball means everything.
How a young Chinese filmmaker comes to create movies in Lakota Territory that are loved both here at home and at festivals worldwide is anybody’s guess
Karlee Witt, from the Pine Ridge Reservation, has grown up around horses her whole life.


A record number of Native Americans, including Native women, are seeking seats in the U.S. Congress. Here are the active candidates.

Like many Lakota I am a witness to the injustices perpetrated upon Native Americans.

Two years after a Native architect took aim at the Cleveland professional baseball team's racist imagery, the team has responded.

The former head of the American Indian Education Center will serve four months in prison for stealing $77,000 in federal funds.

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe held a welcoming and naming ceremony for two descendants whose mother was adopted at a young age.

Boston Celtics player and five-time NBA All-Star Kyrie Irving is being honored by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.

The Native American Basketball Invitational is about more than just rez ball.

An African American business owner is getting death threats after exposing the hypocrisy of the Washington NFL team's racist mascot.

Athletes at the Native All-Star Football Classic have done some deep thinking when it comes to tribal culture, family dynamics and emotional well-being.

Lacrosse was created to end wars, not to provoke hostilities.

A parade of men, white and mostly over 35 years old, wept at the thought of losing their racist mascot.

The New York Times reaches far back into history to document the first Native hockey players.

Navajo citizen JJ Nakai is blazing a trail for younger Native American basketball players.

Protests continue as a popular golf tournament takes place on land stolen from the Shinnecock Nation.

Ojibwe hockey star T.J. Oshie made history as the Washington Capitals hockey team won its first Stanley Cup in more than two decades.

We want to see the biggest powwow and the biggest Native basketball tournament and we need a larger arena to do it.

The Shinnecock Hills Protectors Demonstration will draw attention to the fact that the U.S. Open takes place on stolen land.

The Shinnecock Nation is working to reach an agreement with the hosts of the U.S. Open, a popular golf tournament that is taking place on stolen land.

Apache activist Robert Roche, who appeared in an iconic photo confronting a baseball fan, faces prison time for stealing federal funds.

The use of Indians as mascots in sports is on the decline in the United States. An opposite trend is seen in Europe.

The House Committee on Natural Resources is set to advance four bills, including a controversial federal recognition measure.

The Cook Inlet Tribal Council is bringing together youth, elders and more for an annual showcase of traditions.

A skate park is coming to the Rocky Boy's Reservation thanks to action from Chippewa Cree youth and some high-profile support.

Folks in Lakota country would be surprised at the number of Native drivers that make up the grid at the Black Hills Speedway in South Dakota.

Ellison 'Tarzan' Brown deserves his name to become more of a household name, in the world, but even more so in Indian Country,

The Rider, a film set on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, is garnering favorable news coverage and reviews.

A lacrosse team, made up primarily of Native teens, has been banned from a league in South Dakota, ironically in a game which has its roots in indigenous nations.

Being a head coach in the NFL demands more than just teaching the X’s and O’s of the game.

The Washington NFL team treated its cheerleaders like an escort service for paying fans, with one recalling being sent to a home where men were drinking.

Lacrosse is our game, invented by the Iroquois as an alternative to war and as a sport which has profound spiritual implications.

A Lower Brule Sioux basketball player has been invited to play in Australia for the Down Under Sports 30th annual basketball tournament in July.