Legendary Native activist Frank LaMere had a journal with three words on the cover: 'Make things happen.'
Is the nation's highest court on Indian time? It sure looks like it, judging by the wait for a decision in a highly-anticipated case.
It only took 194 days for the Supreme Court to issue one sovereignty decision. Where's the other one?
After a blockbuster season in which tribal treaties have been front and center, it looks like the Supreme Court is taking a little break from Indian Country.
It's been more than six months since oral arguments in a closely-watched tribal case but who's counting?
What is it with white Republican men that causes them to be so adamantly against abortions?
Opposition in Indian Country wasn't enough to derail President Trump's controversial nominee to the Supreme Court.
With a high-stakes nomination in doubt, the Supreme Court is preparing for a term that's already going to be a busy one for tribal interests.
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians helped finance a study of a limestone pipe that was used for tobacco.
Another tribal homelands bill is taking a big step forward in the 115th Congress this week.
Democrat Doug Jones claimed victory in a closely-watched race in Alabama but Republican Roy Moore has not conceded after being repeatedly accused of sexual misconduct.
President Donald Trump is hoping his popularity will help a Senate candidate who fought the Poarch Band of Creek Indians on land-into-trust issues.
The Park at OWA features a roller coaster and 20 other rides, along with retail outlets, restaurants, a 150-room hotel and other amenities.
The Park at OWA is set to debut in mid-July with 21 rides along the Alabama coast.
The $500 million Owa project in Alabama includes an amusement park, hotel, retail and other amenities.
A long-time health employee alleged she was replaced by someone much younger.
For the second time, a federal appeals court has refused to undermine the status of the Alabama tribe's reservation.
H.R.5486, the Poarch Band of Creek Indians Land Reaffirmation Act, protects the Alabama tribe from ongoing litigation.
The Democratic and Republican candidates are turning their attention to one of the biggest days of the election cycle: the Super Tuesday primaries.
The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, the Cherokee Nation, the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians and the Chickasaw Nation are jointly reburying the remains of three individuals.
During the 2013-2014 school year, 69.6 percent of Native students finished high school, far lower than the national rate, but a marked improvement from recent years.
The Foley Sports Tourism Complex will feature a 108,000 square-foot. event center, 16 sports fields, an amusement park, an RV park, restaurants, retail, a hotel and, eventually, a water park.
The states of Oklahoma, Wyoming, Utah, Michigan, Arizona and Alabama are supporting a non-Indian company whose manager is accused of abusing a minor member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.
The long-running dispute could be headed back to the Supreme Court.
The tribe took control of the Blue Collar Country project after some big-named entertainers withdrew.
During the 2012-2013 school year, 69.7 percent of Indian students finished high school, an improvement from the two years prior.
Indian inmates in Alabama are being prevented from growing long hair.
The tribe has donated a total of $1.5 million to attorney general candidate Joe Hubbard.
The money was funneled through other groups to obscure the tribe's involvement.
Tom Hendrix, 80, never met his great-great grandmother but he grew up hearing stories about her life.
Instead of identifying the tribe as the sponsor, the party named Buford Rolin, the chairman at the time.
Tribe continues development efforts in the Gulf Coast area of Florida.
Stephanie Bryan is first woman to serve as leader for the Alabama tribe.
Tribe will have a new chairman for the first time in eight years.
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians donated another $750,000 to political action committees in Alabama.
Dwanna Robertson was part of a delegation from the Muscogee Creek Nation that went to Alabama to commemorate the Battle of Horseshoe Bend.
The National Park Service invited the Muscogee Creek Nation of Oklahoma to a commemoration of the 1814 Battle of Horseshoe Bend in Alabama.
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians donated $250,000 to three political action committees in Alabama last month.
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Alabama opened the doors to two new health care facilities.
A county in Alabama is citing the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision in Big Lagoon Rancheria v. California in a bid to audit lands held in trust for the Poarch Creek Band of Indians.
A principal at a public high school in Alabama apologized after students put up an offensive Trail of Tears 2 banner during football game on Friday.
The MOWA Choctaw’s lack of federal recognition has relegated them to second class status within Indian Country.
The recent establishment of an electronic bingo hall and subsequent seizure of equipment on the MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians Reservation near Mt. Vernon, Alabama has garnered local, regional and national press headlines.
Columnist wonders why Jennifer Farley, a former Bush administration official who worked on tribal issues at the White House, arranged a meeting between the Poarch Band of Creek Indians and the owner of the Washington professional football team.
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians met with the owner of the Washington professional football team but they didn't discuss the team's racist mascot, a tribal official said.
George Tiger, the principal chief of the Muscogee Nation in Oklahoma, discusses the controversy over a sacred site on the reservation of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Alabama.
Chelsey Ramer, a member of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, won't have to pay a fine for wearing an eagle feather to her high school graduation ceremony.
The case of Chelsey Ramer, a member of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians who was fined $1,000 and denied her diploma for wearing an eagle feather to graduation.
A member of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Alabama has been fined $1,000 and denied her diploma because she wore an eagle feather to graduation ceremonies. Chelsey Ramer's...
Alex Alvarez, a member of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, says Indian students in Alabama should be allowed to wear eagle feathers during graduation ceremony: On May 1, the...
DeShanne Stokes says dispute over the sacred Hickory Ground could lead to healing between the Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Muscogee Nation: Much of the debate surrounding Hickory Ground...
An Alabama company will pay $1.15 million in an Indian contracting fraud case. Caddell Construction told the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that it was mentoring an Indian-owned company under...
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has upheld the validity of land held in trust for the Poarch Creek Band of Indians in Alabama but one critic is still trying to...
"A recent statement made in the press by council member Robert McGhee of the Poarch Band in Alabama, while being criticized by local county officials who felt they were being...
The Poarch Creek Band of Indians met with officials in Escambia County, Alabama, to discuss land-into-trust issues. Both sides said the meeting went well. It came after some officials said...
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Alabama is holding an election tomorrow. Three candidates are running for vice chairman. They are: Stephanie Bryan, the incumbent; David W. Gehman and...