$1 billion tribal settlement mostly goes to individuals, although tribe-wide investments would have greater benefit.
by Debra Utacia Krol,
Feb 27, 2013
A Custer impersonator confronts old and new racial tensions as he performs in a Battle of the Little Bighorn re-enactment in Montana.
by Sierra Crane-Murdoch,
Jan 02, 2013
Red tape makes it difficult for veterans in Indian Country to access a key federal assistance program.
by Terray Sylvester,
Jan 06, 2014
In Lewis and Clark Through Indian Eyes,
the late historian Alvin Josephy Jr. has assembled essays by nine
Indian writers who examine the Corps of Discovery from the other
side of the cultural looking glass
by Ed Marston,
Dec 25, 2006
Tribes use green building to address housing shortages.
by Nate Seltenrich,
Jan 20, 2014
Climate change in the Far North puts traditional food sources at risk.
by Elizabeth Grossman,
Aug 18, 2014
The possibility that the Mohave Generating Station could
shut down delights Southwestern environmentalists, but worries the
Navajo and Hopi tribes economically dependent on the
by Daniel Kraker,
Aug 04, 2003
Can a bunch of trails and bikes transform this down-and-out New Mexico town?
by Jonathan Thompson,
May 05, 2014
Basketball provides a bright spot in reservation life.
by Lisa Jones,
Apr 05, 2010