The goal of the Voices of Our Ancestors program is to keep the Dakota language alive for future generations.
Don Secena just won re-election as chairman of the Chehalis Tribe but is stepping down due to health reasons.
Thanks to President Donald Trump, the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline is now operational.
A new committee that will focus on mineral policy and leasing issues on Indian and federal lands is in need of members.
A federal judge said UPS turned a 'blind eye' to tax-free tobacco shipments to and from reservations in New York.
The Redding Rancheria won't be selling the River Tasalmi Golf Club after all.
Jane Russell Winiecki of the Yavapai-Apache Nation will be featured in the 'Most Influential Women in Arizona Business' issue of Arizona Business Magazine.
Six tribes whose ancestors welcomed the first European settlers at Jamestown are inching closer to federal recognition.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs can't place land in trust for the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians without the "written" consent of the Cherokee Nation, a federal judge has ruled.
Cronkite News: Few Native Americans are becoming physicians (June 1, 2017)
Of the nearly 19,000 graduates of medical school last year in the U.S., only 31 were Native American.
The Kickapoo Tribe looking to move forward in positive directions with its neighbors, Chairman Lester Randall says.
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