Three explosive words: Vote your conscience.
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Mohegan Tribe are wooing Democrats too.
Michael Anderson on business as usual in Washington: 'The political and influence class is going on as before.'
The Alaska delegation -- which includes at least one Native citizen -- erupted in anger after all of the state's votes were given to the real estate mogul.
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) questioned whether non-Whites have contributed to advances in society.
Republicans failed to offer any new policy goals for Indian Country, adopting a platform nearly identical to their 2012 effort.
Republican platforms often include statements on federal Indian policy and much of the party’s focus right now is on energy.
The draft of the document includes the most expansive and detailed language to date regarding self-determination, land-into-trust, Native languages, sacred sites and other key concerns.
The real estate mogul's incendiary comments are extremely personal to members of the Connecticut tribe, whose ancestors survived wars, massacres and slavery.
A supporter of the Republican presidential candidate believes a DNA test could settle the Indian ancestry matter.
According to The Washington Post-ABC News poll, 51 percent supported Democrat Hillary Clinton while only 39 supported Republican Donald Trump.
Native voters in South Dakota went for Bernie Sanders while their counterparts in New Mexico supported Hillary Clinton.
Tribal leaders are embracing Hillary Clinton but rival Bernie Sanders has vowed to keep fighting until the Democratic convention in July.
A face familiar to Indian Country has landed a key role in developing the platform for the Republican Party.
Chairman John Berrey said he's been a 'proud' Republican since 2002 but he won't be supporting Donald Trump.
Donald Trump is all but certain to clinch the GOP nomination. Hillary Clinton remains in the lead on the Democratic side.
Democrat Hillary Clinton has all but secured her party's nomination while Republican Donald Trump is getting closer to his goal.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton continue to lead in delegate counts but their rivals aren't letting up.