Secretary Ryan Zinke of the Interior Department threatened Alaska's two Senators, The Alaska Dispatch News reported.
The Trump administration is seeking to privatize the Columbia River power system but treaty tribes and key members of Congress are pushing back.
All the basic scientific thoughts are metaphorically represented in most Native stories of creation and origin, Gyasi Ross writes on Indian Country Media Network.
The House passed a $713.4 billion defense spending bill that includes almost $1.6 billion to begin construction of a wall along the United States border with Mexico.
Despite tribal complaints, Drew Wrigley, who called Dakota Access Pipeline opponents 'unlawful,' appears poised to secure the top federal prosecutor's spot in North Dakota.
Key Democrats in the Senate were prepared to fight for Indian health care but it turns out they didn't need to, thanks to three Republicans.
Congress has never even considered, let alone acted, to fully fund Indian health programs.
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