Interior Department Secretary Sally Jewell catches up with Acting Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Larry Roberts at the National Congress of American Indian’s mid-year convention in Spokane in June.
Kara Briggs
Interior Department Secretary Sally Jewell, who in her three-and-a-half years in office has visited tribes across the U.S., urged leaders at the National Congress of American India...
Alysa Landry
Editor’s note: Voters this year will elect the 45th president of the United States...
Bryan Newland
In 1993, Donald Trump appeared before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources to offer testimony on Indian gaming...
Terri Hansen
It has taken nearly 80 years, but the federal government is finally starting to make good on its promises to Columbia River Native fishers whose villages were inundated in the earl...
Tanya H. Lee
Committed to tribal communities. Energetic. Skilled in managing people and programs. Prepared to take on the challenges and opportunities presented by the Blueprint for Reform ...
Mark Trahant
TRAHANT REPORTS —Every once in a while an idea is floated that’s so bad, you wonder, “what were they thinking?” Or smoking? Today is such a day...
Frances Madeson
The closure of the Home for Women and Children, a domestic violence shelter in Shiprock, New Mexico, was foreseen months before the facility was shuttered for tax delinquency on Ma...
Suzette Brewer
Underscoring Congress’s intent to protect the cohesiveness of Indian children, families and communities in state welfare proceedings, Acting Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs La...
Anne Minard
The Pueblo of Isleta in central New Mexico decided in a bitterly contested vote to lower its blood quantum, allowing quarter-bloods to become tribal members...
Tanya H. Lee
Harvard Law School left him ill-equipped to serve his tribe effectively in any legal capacity, said Robert Odawi Porter, keynote speaker at the April 29 “Native Peoples, Native Pol...