Indigenous America is once again facing off with disenrollment.
Are citizens of the Lumbee Tribe considered 'Indians' under federal law?
The Trump administration is continuing to assert oversight in a long-running leadership and disenrollment dispute within the Nooksack Tribe.
The Montana Congressman's pro-tribal views stand in contrast to those of his boss, President Donald Trump.
It's taken longer than expected but the Interior Department is slated to get a new leader.
Ryan Zinke for Interior and Rick Perry for Energy saw opposition from Democrats and Independents but both are expected to win final confirmation in the Republican-controlled Senate.
The Montana Republican is vowing to respect tribal sovereignty, promote self-determination and protect treaty rights when it comes to making decisions.
Gov. Mary Fallin (R) is under consideration to run the Department of the Interior, which oversees the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Indian Country is adjusting to a new political reality with Donald Trump headed to the White House.
President Fawn Sharp acknowledged that Republican Donald Trump's victory on Election Day came as a 'surprise' but vowed to move forward.
In Trumpland, Cherokee Nation v. Georgia does not matter because he is prepared to abrogate treaties with nations not labeled 'domestic, dependent.'
Alayna Farris will be working at the Native American Rights Fund and Bryan Shade will be at the National Indian Gaming Commission.
This week in the Federal Register, some notices of interest in Indian Country. From the Bureau of Indian Affairs: Land Acquisitions: Appeals of Land Acquisition Decisions(June 20, 2013) ...