The Indian Health Service is broken and it has been for a long time, writes Senator John Thune from South Dakota.
The Billy Jack Walking Tall Gallery in Minneapolis came under fire last week for its recent exhibit Indian Uprisings by Minneapolis artist Vanessa Kills Twice.
When it comes to endangered species, the Yakama Nation and the Colville Tribes are succeeding where the state of Washington failed.
An audit uncovered $1.4 million in questionable spending but the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe is only repaying $54,190 to the federal government.
There are four U.S. holidays that, as a Native, I find difficult to fully celebrate.
A jury in North Dakota acquitted chairman Dave Archambault and council member Dana Yellow Fat in connection with an incident at a Dakota Access Pipeline construction site.
To this day Native nations such as the Cupeños are still forced to operate within the constraints of Christian-premised ideas and arguments
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