Energy Transfer Partners’ Rover Pipeline construction spill mucks up Ohio wetlands.
Attorneys for the Bureau of Indian Affairs admitted the student suffered burns while making fry bread but a judge said the federal government can't be held liable.
A coalition of Indigenous leaders and other climate activists took over 12 JP Morgan Chase branches in Seattle, Washington, for a day of protest against the financing of tar sands projects
An appreciation of music, from the heartbeat in the womb to the guitars of Zappa.
The firm behind the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline is having another bad week.
Tribal leaders and activists say it's only a matter of time before the Dakota Access Pipeline causes significant harm.
If we don’t want to be forever held back by our crushing history of institutional racism, it’s time to relegate these monuments to their proper place.
A Republican lawmaker claimed women in rural villages intentionally get pregnant so they can get a 'free trip' to the city.
Every once in a great while, you will come across something that is totally perfect.
What began as a night of underage drinking with liquor, allegedly purchased from a bootlegger in a plastic water bottle in east Pine Ridge, ended with one girl shot and bleeding.
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