Non-Indian man sentenced to life in prison for murder and assault on Crow Reservation (August 10, 2017)
A non-Indian man was sentenced to life in federal prison for a double homicide and assault on the Crow Reservation in Montana.
Controversy has erupted over an attempt by a non-Indian business owner to buy a large portion of Indian Island in California.
It's hard to believe but a tribal citizen has never served in the Massachusetts Legislature. Jacob Ventura is hoping to change that.
Families in more than half of Native American homes in Arizona now speak only English at home, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Two citizens of the Crow Tribe were laid to rest in Montana as federal authorities continue to investigate a triple homicide.
The Cherokee Nation is ready to proceed with a lawsuit against the pharmaceutical industry, the tribe's top legal official said.
One of the first radio stations in Indian Country is raising funds to move to a new home.
Agua Caliente Band faces opposition from states as Supreme Court weighs water case (August 10, 2017)
The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians hasn't even had time to defend its water rights and already 10 state governments are opposing the tribe.
September is going to be a mess -- Congress must sort out some really complicated issues.
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