The Trump administration has quietly killed a legal opinion that tribes were using to fight the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline.
Indian Health Service is a mess and the time for tribes to take it over may never be better, Harold Monteau writes on Indian Country Media Network.
Lawmakers are resisting President Donald Trump's budget cuts at the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Indian Health Service.
So plan B, supported by President Donald J. Trump, is a repeal of the Affordable Care Act, without a plan to figure out the what’s next?
With the Republican health care reform bill in dire straits, Democrats are hosting a forum to discuss the "devastating impacts" of the other party's proposal in Indian Country.
I am an American – not by choice, but by occupation, Sonny Skyhawk writes on Indian Country Media Network.
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