Federal officials have dropped off nearly 1,300 migrants in the city of Yuma, Arizona.
Another day, another push by the Trump administration to focus on the U.S. border with Mexico.
Eight telescopes around the world, including one on sacred Mount Graham in Arizona, were used to capture the first images of a black hole.
Apprehensions at the southern border in the first half of fiscal 2019 are almost as high as the total for all of 2018, with the number of families rising more than three times.
'The Fourth World' by George Manuel richly deserves its status as a foundational work.
'We’ll keep it closed for a long time, I’m not playing games,' the president said.


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

'They’re going to find a way regardless. They’re going to get in here.'

'The time has come to reconcile but first they should ask forgiveness,' Mexico's president said.

Republicans are welcoming the end of a two-year investigation into Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

The 1840 Treaty of Waitangi guaranteed Māori authority over their own affairs.

Undocumented immigrants can be held without bail, possibly years after they have committed a deportable crime.

Life was already difficult for Native Americans who live along – and across – the border even before President Donald Trump declared a national emergency.

We must stand up against toxic rhetoric and brutal attacks on the rights of indigenous peoples.

Seven non-Indians, including three people in the Philippines, have been indicted for allegedly violating the Indian Arts and Crafts Act and other federal laws.

As is the case in many of the Oscars over the years, Native and indigenous peoples get little mention for their contributions to American storytelling.

European colonization had devastating consequences for indigenous populations.

The crisis in Venezuela took a turn for the worse with the deaths of indigenous activists, who were killed when soldiers aligned with the disputed president opened fire on them.

Hundreds gathered outside the White House to protest President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency at the southern border.

The four Native members of Congress are on opposite sides of the battle over the wall at the U.S. border.

Officials and residents are upset about the addition of sharp wire along the fence in their border community.

In less than a hundred years, the Indigenous population in the Americas was reduced by 90 percent.

There’s nothing unusual about the 2,300 active-duty troops at the Mexican border, according to the Pentagon.

Tribal governments continue to press to be included in the debate about international borders and security, including a proposal to include an Indigenous-only visa.

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

More than a decade ago, a No More Deaths volunteer left plastic water jugs in the desert for migrants crossing the Mexican border.

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

Democrats like Rep. Deb Haaland (D-New Mexico) want to reopen the government before talking about border issues. Her Republican colleagues have a different approach.

Four humanitarian aid workers were found guilty after leaving aid for migrants in a restricted area of a national wildlife refuge.

Yalitza Aparicio, who is Mixtec and Triqui, has been nominated for an Academy Award for her first film role.

Rep. Deb Haaland (D-New Mexico) opposes the border wall. Rep. Tom Cole (R-Oklahoma) supports it.

No More Deaths has been providing water, food and medical aid for migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border for more than a decade.

The death of a Maya girl at the U.S. border is a symbol of an ongoing criminal act by today’s American government against defenseless Indian people.

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

Friday is going to be a rough day for tribes and Indian organizations. They will not get paid what they are owed by the United States of America.

The government shutdown -- tied to President Trump's demand for a border wall -- is particularly challenging for tribal nations with the greatest need.

The caravan movement is sustained by self-organized migrants and the volunteers who stand with them.