The leader of the nation's largest inter-tribal organization is responding to controversy that arose at a White House tribal listening session.
President Rodney Bordeaux of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe is weighing in on a White House tribal listening session that got ugly.
A federal judge has dealt a setback to the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, whose homelands have long been the subject of controversy.
The Trump administration's attempt to reset its troubled relationship with Indian Country got off to a rocky start after one tribe walked out on what was billed as a historic meeting.
The law that established the Administration for Native Americans is marking its 45th anniversary.
With key Trump officials in the audience, the nation's largest and oldest inter-tribal advocacy group opened a historic week in Washington with a stinging rebuke of the president and his policies.


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A cloud is hanging over the State of Indian Nations and the National Congress of American Indians but it's still looking like a banner week in Washington, D.C.

The Indian Health Service has been without a permanent leader for four years.

After a somewhat disappointing start in the Trump era, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs continues to hit the ground running.

'There was just no depth in regard to assisting us in Indian Country,' the vice president of the Navajo Nation said of Donald Trump's address to Congress.

President Trump proudly displays a portrait of Andrew Jackson, the architect of Indian removal, at the White House.

President Trump has failed to offer a budget for Indian Country programs but that doesn't mean Congress is shirking its trust and treaty responsibilities to tribal nations.

David Bernhardt is a familiar figure in Indian Country, having served at the Department of the Interior in the George W. Bush era.

A divided Congress and an unpredictable president spell trouble for tribes and their advocates.

With the threat of another shutdown looming, tribal leaders are supporting legislation they hope will protect their communities from the drama and disorder in the nation's capital.

There will be a lot of demand from tribes and non-profits to get cash flow restarted to pay for contracts with the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Indian Health Service.

Efforts are building across the nation to address the crisis of missing and murdered Native women.

Things are not looking good for the People of the First Light, whose homelands are in danger of being taken out of trust by the Trump administration.

As the shutdown debate drags on in Washington, tribal leaders were meeting thousands of miles away to assert their rights.

Tribes are growing increasingly alarmed by the never-ending government shutdown that has no solution in sight.

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will be hearing arguments in a dispute between the Swinomish Tribe and rail company in Washington state.

Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Oklahoma), a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, fully supports a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico.

'We are in a cash-flow crisis,' the chairman of the Red Lake Nation said as tribes and Indian organizations endure another week of the government shutdown.

A battle to save the Indian Child Welfare Act is shaping up to be one of the most consequential court cases in recent history.

A treaty promise made to the Blood Tribe in 1877 is the subject of a new settlement.

'It was just time,' organizer Kelly Holmes said of the first-ever Indigenous Peoples March in the nation's capital.

The partial closure of the federal government isn't preventing the Land Buy-Back Program for Tribal Nations from carrying out its mission.

Tribal Nations are sovereign governments that have a unique relationship with the federal government. Unfortunately, not everyone in Washington understands that.

Even though she saw six opioid overdoses in recent months, two fatal, Kerry Hawk Lessard closed the medical and behavioral health clinic she runs for Native Americans.

Indian Country is 26 days into a fight with the Trump administration. One tribe's been struggling even longer.

The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is seeking to restore more of its homelands but local officials are putting up a fight.

With efforts to resolve the record-breaking government shutdown at a standstill, tribal leaders and advocates are scrambling for ways out of the crisis.

The Trump administration wants tribes to know that Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs Tara Sweeney has not been furloughed.

Democrats in Congress heard from Indian Country witnesses on the 25th day of the federal government shutdown.

The federal government's trust and treaty obligations to Indian Country have gone out the window as the record-breaking government shutdown continues.

When will the longest government shutdown in history end? Tribes are waiting for a thaw in Washington.