Are you ready for the Duluth Eskimos? Because someone in the NFL thinks it's 'cool.'
Levi Pesata resigned from the Jicarilla Apache Nation after appearing to make light of the crisis of missing and murdered Native women.
Efforts to redesignate a Confederate symbol on the Arkansas flag continue to go nowhere, with opponents going after tribes.
Does this even qualify as a #NativeVote18 story? Here is it anyway, from the Bayou State!
The Department of the Interior is spending nearly $139,000 on three doors in Washington, D.C.
An effort to name a highway in Utah after President Donald Trump is apparently dead after drawing significant attention beyond the state's borders.
A group called Dance of the Deer Foundation plans to go ahead with an expensive retreat despite complaints from the Sealaska Heritage Institute.
New Mexico's top education official said he reached out to every tribal leader after he described Manifest Destiny as one of the 'fundamental principles' of the country.
The Skowhegan Area Chamber of Commerce is apologizing after asking customers to 'Hunt for the Indian' and secure discounts in Skowhegan, Maine.
A Republican candidate in New York is being dropped by her own party after questioning a mural of Indian people.
The Trump administration's Indian energy czar suddenly resigned after being confronted with even more offensive online remarks.
A fervent supporter of President Donald Trump is drawing attention on social media and in news outlets for his bizarre and unfounded claims about the origins of slavery in America.
Controversy has erupted over an attempt by a non-Indian business owner to buy a large portion of Indian Island in California.
Montana radio show duo suspended following segregation of Native Americans blog goes nationwide.
Paul Mushaben of KCTR 102.9 called Indian basketball fans 'unruly' in a short post that was deleted from his station's website.
Native Sun News obtained a copy of the email sent to USFWS Director Ashe that is titled 'Stop the Racism' and catalogs a litany of verified incidents that GOAL categorizes as 'a shameful display of racism.'
Any white person whose ancestral relations trace to the American South now risks being characterized as having roots based on bigotry and undeserved privilege.
Reuben DeHaan claims to be the minister of the 'Native American Church of Nemenha' and has raked in more than $2.7 million from his businesses.
The group claims marijuana as a sacrament and has become affiliated with an Arizona woman who was recently found guilty of prostitution.
Promises made by Congress to 'Go West, Young Man' were just as valid and perpetual as any promise made to Indian tribes.
Organizers of the Alaska Day Festival changed the name of the fundraiser but not without complaints.
Elaine Willman spent the last seven years fighting the Oneida Nation in Wisconsin. Now she's found a new target.
The nation still is stained by the sordid business of assigning group identities and rights.
In recent years, Muslims have made inroads onto Indian reservations.
The vice mayor in Shawnee gets everything wrong about the Helping Expedite and Advance Responsible Tribal Homeownership Act of 2012.
Because there are no established rules of procedure, tribal members can become victimized by their leadership
It’s hard to make it through a US history textbook without coming across the silly claim that American Indians were the original environmentalists.
Since I read history, I consider all the colonists to be undocumented but, unlike The Donald Trump, I understand that most of them are decent people as individuals.
The Confederate battle flag remained on Georgia's flag for nearly 50 years and residents proudly fly it today.
Whether to change the name of Harney Peak to Hinhan Kaga was on the floor of the Pennington County Commissioner’s last week.
The Enrolled Tribe says it is sovereign and above the rule of law. All other citizens do, and will, bear the burdens of the Tribe’s actions.
Iron Thunderhorse claims he walked all the way to Connecticut to be with his 'ancestors.'
The federal government established fee to trust to help impoverished Indians get off the welfare rolls, not to help wealthy Indians get off tax rolls.
The Arizona Republican made the inaccurate comment when challenged about a mine on sacred Apache lands.
Writer at conservative publication claims no sacred sites will be transferred for the Resolution Copper mining project in Arizona.
Iron Thunderhorse, who claims to be Quinnipiac, walked away from a halfway house where he was serving a 99-year sentence.
A board member for the anti-Indian group Citizens Equal Rights Alliance rails against tribal participation on the U.S. political system.
Steven Newcomb debunks some of the wild assertions made about Indian history and policy in America: Imagine a World without Her by Dinesh D’Souza.
Rocker Ted Nugent again blames the media for claiming he made negative comments about Native Americans as he lists all of his 'friends' in Indian Country.
Rocker calls himself the 'best friend' to Native Americans at a Tea Party rally.
Instead of identifying the tribe as the sponsor, the party named Buford Rolin, the chairman at the time.
Mayor calls on Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) to veto House Bill 1287, a measure that address tax exemptions on tribal-owned properties.
Writer doesn't understand why Native people are upset by stereotypical portrayals of their culture.
The president of the University of Regina apologized after the cheer team was photographed in cowboys and Indians outfits.
Writer claims opponents of the stereotypical "Chief Wahoo" mascot don't really care about Native Americans:
Tribal members in Michigan held a protest on Monday and called on Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson to apologize for disparaging comments he made.
Washington DC newspaper slams the Environmental Protection Agency for recognizing the sovereignty of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and the Northern Arapaho Tribe:
A Canadian mayor who admitted using illicit substances while in office is defending the use of 'Indian' mascots in sports.
A Thanksgiving-eve drinking event that encouraged participants to wear Native American "costumes" has been canceled.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed says he hasn't heard of any of his Indian friends complain about the Atlanta Braves mascot.
A professor at the University of Saskatchewan is drawing controversy for comments he made about a Native pipe ceremony on campus.
Letter writer says tribes and their members should pay income taxes on trust lands.
Columnist refutes criticism of pro-gun billboards that used an image of Native Americans with guns: Some anonymous gun-rights activists commissioned a couple of roadside billboards in Greeley to make...
With controversial comments about tribal jurisdiction provisions in S.47, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013, Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-North Dakota) learns a lesson as a new member of...
The Spirit Lake Nation and the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians are criticizing Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-North Dakota) for comments he made at a meeting with Indian women earlier...
Melissa Merrick, a member of the Spirit Lake Nation, calls on Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-North Dakota) to apologize for the way he treated Indian women at a meeting: Dear Congressman...
Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-North Dakota), a new member of Congress, says he wants to apologize for the way he treated Indian women at a meeting where he disparaged tribal courts...
Patricia Hoeft, Secretary of Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. Photo courtesy Oneida Nation. The leader of a village in Wisconsin known for its anti-tribal stances is telling residents not to...
A conservative commentator who was banished by the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians for a post about the reservation questions tribal jurisdiction provisions in S.47, a bill to reauthorize...