Senate Committee of Indian Affairs Chairman John Barrasso, R-Wyoming, says a patient-centered culture at Indian Health Service is long overdue. Barrasso is a physician. What happens to Indian health after the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, especially
Mark Trahant
TRAHANT REPORTS — A few years ago I had a chance to ask President George Bush what he thought about tribal sovereignty in the 21st century...
A small American flag hangs from the post of a stop sign near the Tsé Kichíí (Red Rock) chapter house near Gallup, New Mexico. (Marianna Hauglie/News21)
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Terry Whitehat remembers gathering at the community hall in Navajo Mountain each election day, where Navajo Nation members in this remote Utah community would cast their ballots...
David Rooks
ICTMN caught up with Basil Brave Heart, Oglala Lakota ceremonial leader, the day after news broke that the U.S...
The name Harney Peak has long been a source of anger and resentment for the Oceti Sakowin and the various treaty tribes.
David Rooks
UPDATED at 4:19: To clarify comments by Lou Yost...
Mark Trahant
Republicans who serve in the House or the Senate should be asked a simple question: How would you fund the Indian health system?...
Yesterday Mark Tilsen, president and CEO of Native American Natural Foods, maker of Tanka Bars, testified before a U.S...
Rob Capriccioso
While the tribal court inherent jurisdictional provisions of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) passed both chambers of Congress in February, and President Barack Obama subseque...
Rob Capriccioso
Rejecting attempts to politicize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), a wide majority of the U.S...
On September 22, Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) addressed those in attendance for the Tribal Law and Order Act Hearing...