The Conversation: The genocide of the Inuit people in Canada (December 10, 2018)

The Ahiarmiut are entitled to an acknowledgement by the Canadian government that they were victims of genocide.

Seminole Tribe loses appeal in long-running taxation dispute (December 10, 2018)

The Seminole Tribe must pay utility taxes to the state of Florida, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled for a second time.

Bill John Baker: Saving our Cherokee language by identifying fluent speakers (December 10, 2018)

If our language disappears, we will be without the core of the vibrant and thriving culture we share from generation to generation.

Secretary Ryan Zinke backs Washington NFL team's return to D.C. (December 10, 2018)

Will the Washington NFL team and its racist mascot be returning to the nation's capital with the help of the Trump administration and Congress?

Judge blocks pre-construction activities for Keystone XL Pipeline (December 10, 2018)

Native activists are celebrating after a judge blocked certain pre-construction activities on the Keystone XL Pipeline, including work on controversial man camps that are linked to crimes against Native women.

Mark Trahant: So, is President Donald Trump a crook? (December 10, 2018)

Federal prosecutors have now publicly alleged that the answer is yes, the president is a crook.

Cronkite News: Navajo girl carries on family's boxing tradition (December 10, 2018)

Mariah Bahe, 14 years old, is the reigning Arizona State Junior Olympics champion in boxing.

'They're on trial, too': Fired officer blames Native man's family for death (December 10, 2018)

Zachary Bear Heels, 29, died after beating by police officers but one of them doesn't think he should be held responsible.

Native Sun News Today: Tribes are a barrier to freedom of the press (December 10, 2018)

Owning about 75 percent of Indian mass media, tribal governments are a key barrier to independent reporting in American Indian outlets, according to a new report.

Tim Giago: Christmas at a boarding school on the Pine Ridge Reservation (December 10, 2018)

We Lakota celebrate Christmas because it was an important part of our culture to give and share gifts on special occasions.