Today, more than ever, the Cherokee Nation is an essential part of the economic fabric of our great state
Liquor is no longer flowing in a small town near the Pine Ridge Reservation for the first time in more than a century.
Janelle Red Dog is pleading guilty to second-degree murder in an incident blamed on drug abuse.
A careful analysis of the ‘self-government’ rhetoric reveals that beneath the glitter are difficult compromises and dangerous assumptions.
Grassroots organization founded by First Nations artists synonymous with indigenous resistance.
Congress has a spending plan. And it rejects most (but not all) of President Donald J. Trump’s priorities.
A unique alliance among tribes, ranchers, and other landowners in Nebraska regroups to resist fossil fuel development like the Keystone XL.
25 years later, one Native guardsmen at the epicenter of the LA Riots recalls how a tribal sense of community helped settle the unrest
These days of uncertainty, we ask about the historical perspective of trying to make sense of how to live good lives as Native people, even as others burn away our hopes and dreams.
More than 1,200 indigenous scientists, scholars and allies worldwide signed a declaration to endorse the March for Science.
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