A key Congressional committee has scheduled a second hearing on the land-into-trust process only this time tribal leaders might actually be invited.
It took nearly a month to announce but the Trump administration has filled a senior position at the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Keeping the Dakota Access Pipeline open is a flagrant departure from long established legal procedures.
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians won a major decision confirming its groundwater rights but two local agencies are asking the nation's highest court to overturn the ruling.
The Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake is raising funds to help the family of a citizen who was killed in a domestic violence incident.
The Quapaw Tribe owns 160 acres within its former reservation in Little Rock, Arkansas.
According to federal authorities, Hobby Lobby purchased more than 5,500 clay artifacts from dealers in the Middle East but did not confirm whether the items had been properly acquired.
The U.S. exhibits its purposeful and continual domination of Indians through the use of carefully constructed phrases, Steven Newcomb writes on Indian Country Media Network.
We do not have to carry the United States’ burden for being disgusting, Gyasi Ross writes on Indian Country Media Network.
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