Four tribes and one Native Alaskan village need to be relocated due to rising waters.
The headlines will mourn Selena Not Afraid until another case comes along. Then what?
Proposed changes to the National Environmental Policy Act will serve as even more of a rubber stamp to destructive development.
As the United States staggers toward war, it will try to draw troops from the same poor, rural neighborhoods it always has.
An administration proposal would treat the financing of sports venues as an investment in low-income communities.
The company’s white-collar employees can donate to a fund to help restaurant workers. Why not just pay higher salaries?
A bill to combat the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women crisis was sidetracked by Republicans griping about tribal sovereignty.
The board of governors has chosen a baffling route out of a controversy over Civil War memorials.
The absence of Native perspectives in American history books and classrooms has been remarked on for over 50 years. Will it ever change?