Another big chunk of funds should be headed to Indian Country as part of a historic settlement over discrimination against Indian farmers and ranchers.
Passamaquoddy Tribe wins award for addressing climate change (May 16, 2017)
The tribe's 98,000-acre forestry project in Maine was the top generator of carbon credits in 2016.
The ceremony takes place in the city where TransCanada, the Canadian firm behind the controversial project, is based.
Non-citizens must pay fees when visiting, working or residing on the reserve in Alberta, Canada.
Ousameequin, who was known as the great sachem of the Wampanoag people, signed a peace treaty in 1621.
The Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp faces legal action after neighbors in a wealthy neighborhood complained.
The House Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs is finally getting back to work.
Agua Caliente Band puts name on minor league basketball team (May 16, 2017)
The Agua Caliente Clippers of Ontario will begin playing in California in the fall.
About 40 percent of Navajo Nation citizens don’t have access to running water in their homes.
The House Appropriations Committee is holding four sessions to learn about health, housing, education and other needs in tribal communities.
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