Tribal leaders remain confident they will be able to stop oil from flowing through the Dakota Access Pipeline even though a decision isn't expected until the fall.
The vote to remove Ricky Gabriel from the council of the Colville Tribes was 9-4 and his own brother was forced into casting a vote.
A recall effort against Chairman Harvey Godwin Jr. of the Lumbee Tribe is moving forward with the help of a court decision.
The state of Washington is asking the nation's highest court to hear a treaty rights case affecting a business on the Yakama Nation.
Tiffany Midge is making a big promise in Indian Country Media Network about fry bread.
Electrum Partners hopes to invest up to $300 million in marijuana deals with tribes in the next three years.
The governors of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming are thanking the Trump administration for removing protections for grizzly bears in and around Yellowstone National Park.
In June 2014, the editorial board of The New York Times stood with Native activists in their challenge to the racist trademarks of the Washington NFL team.
The Senate bill, like its House counterpart, has a simple message for Indian Country, according to Mark Trahant.
The Trump administration's director of the Office of Indian Energy at the Department of Energy deleted his Twitter account after The Washington Post asked about a series of offensive messages.
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