The leader of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians is urging opponents to come to the table to address water quality and water management issues in southern California.
Secretary Ryan Zinke, the new leader of the Department of the Interior, is making his third appearance before Congress this week.
Leaders in Indian Country continue to call on the Washington NFL team to eliminate its 'hateful and degrading' name.
Leaders and citizens of the Choctaw Nation helped unveil a sculpture that recognizes the tribe's historic connections to the Irish people.
The Republican health reform bill will destroy the economy, independent journalist Mark Trahant writes.
A landmark decision from the nation's highest court threatens the long-running case against the Washington NFL team's racist mascot.
Tribal leaders have been complaining about the lack of information about the Trump administration's reorganization plans.
For many new parents, especially new mothers, being understood, listened to and respected is very important, Shasta Dazen writes on Indian Country Media Network.
The Trump empire may lead to further recognition of traditional teachings before its over, Steven Newcomb writes on Indian Country Media Network
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