When it came to approving the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline, President Donald Trump said he put industry instead of Indian Country first.
Former chairman of Seminole Tribe launches marijuana venture (June 7, 2017)
'It will be bigger than bingo,' Jim Billie said of the marijuana industry in Indian Country.
The new leader of the Department of the Interior will be talking about Indian Country's budget cuts but not many will be paying attention.
Richard Sneed, the new leader of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, is quickly settling into his new job on the reservation in North Carolina.
Lawmakers in Massachusetts held a public hearing for a bill that outlaws the use of Indian imagery in public schools.
If confirmed to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Christopher A. Wray would run an agency that investigates crime in Indian Country.
Forced assimilation destroyed most nations’ diets, but now Native youth are learning to integrate local foods back into their daily lives.
When there are no fixed principles, who better than federal Indian lawyers to take the case against Donald Trump, Cherokee Nation citizen Steve Russell writes on Indian Country Media Network.
Civil rights and faith leaders are pushing for the removal of six Confederate memorials in Arizona, calling them symbols of terrorism and bigotry.
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