Kaw Nation helps unveil historical marker at village in Kansas (May 6, 2015)

A transportation project brought Fool Chief's Village, which was occupied in the early 1800s, back to life.

Organizer changes mind on mascot after hearing from tribes (May 6, 2015)

The Penobscot. Passamaquoddy, Maliseet and Micmac tribes are united in their opposition to the Skowhegan Indians.

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe outlaws smoking in public places (May 6, 2015)

Youth are being credited with helping convince tribal leaders to support the Smoke-Free Air Act, which went into effect on May 1.

Mescalero Apache Nation holds liquor referendum on May 12 (May 6, 2015)

Members will determine whether to close the package liquor store, also known as the tribal bar.

Cherokee Nation to negotiate hunting and fishing agreement (May 6, 2015)

The tribe has asserted a right to hunt and fish free of state regulation.

Winnebago Tribe holds election to replace council members (May 6, 2015)

Three seats were open after longtime Chairman John Blackhawk and two others resigned in the wake of a spending scandal.

Eastern Cherokees to choose a new principal chief this year (May 6, 2015)

Chief Michell Hicks, who has served three terms, decided not to seek re-election, a decision that has opened the field to five candidates.

Secretary Jewell to deliver Haskell University commencement (May 6, 2015)

Over 200 students are graduating this year, as Haskell celebrates its 130th anniversary.

Doug George-Kanentiio: World population sits out of balance (May 6, 2015)

Iroquois culture was founded upon certain principles which emphasized our responsibility to the natural world.Iroquois traditions teach us that humans are in no way superior to any other organism; we do not have dominion of the earth.

Cobell legal team still searching for beneficiaries in Oklahoma (May 6, 2015)

About 700 members of the Osage Nation are owed about $9 million from the $3.4 billion trust fund settlement.

South Dakota tribes form alliance to battle Keystone XL plan (May 6, 2015)

The company behind the project is seeking re-certification of the 313-mile route through the state.

Brandon Ecoffey: The Lakota people have never surrendered (May 6, 2015)

There is a notion that our people have grown completely dependent on federal funding and that our nations are nothing more than welfare states.