Sen. Heitkamp introduces bill to address 'epidemic' of missing and murdered Native women (October 5, 2017)
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-North Dakota) is seeking to bring justice to missing and murdered Native women with a new bill named in honor of a citizen of the Spirit Lake Nation who was brutally killed.
A member of Congress who generated controversy by going after tribal businesses is wading into hot-button territory with a new bill aimed at abrogating tribal sovereign immunity.
A controversial Indian energy bill is once again sparking partisan tensions on Capitol Hill.
On the second Monday in October, South Dakotans uniquely celebrate Native American Day to recognize and honor the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota people who have shaped our state’s identity.
The mass killing of Native Americans came to an end because of the outcry of all Americans and because of an outraged Congress.
Secretary Ryan Zinke of the Department of the Interior continues to defend his use of private and government planes as Republicans attempt to deflect criticism of the Trump administration.
You can be an unkempt alcoholic with a stinky cigar, and become a war hero and a mediocre president.
This past spring, the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe learned that $4.1 million was pulled from an Indian Health Service center on the reservation.
Across the United States, African-American women are more likely than any other race to give birth to premature babies, which is the leading cause of infant death for that population
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