A federal appeals court ruled that the Navajo Nation Labor Commission can decide a labor dispute between school districts and their employees on Navajo land.
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs meets on July 12 to consider bills affecting the Johnson O'Malley education program and several tribes in Oregon.
Canada Day is poised to be the high point of celebrations marking the 150th anniversary of Confederation but indigenous activists are resisting.
Death is the one certainty that we all face, so why is it difficult – even taboo – to discuss, Harlan McKosato asks on Indian Country Media Network.
The Senate’s health care bill is 'mostly dead' but that’s not the same as all dead, Mark Trahant writes.
The Fort Peck Tribes are asking the Trump administration to investigate discrimination and racism at public schools on their reservation in Montana.
Parents from the Onondaga Nation pulled their children out of a public school in New York after officials refused to hire one of their own as principal.
President Donald Trump blamed the federal government for hindering prosperity in Indian Country in his first official event with tribal leaders.
Top officials in North Dakota relied on a security firm hired by the wealthy backers of the Dakota Access Pipeline but none of them bothered to ask about the firm's legal status.
The legal battle over the Washington NFL team's racist trademarks is essentially over.
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