Human beings' disturbing capacity to manufacture history to serve our own ends
Oklahoma Can't Break Congress's Promise That Native American Reservation Would Be 'Secure Forever,' Rules Supreme Court
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BREAKING: Supreme Court Decides Trump Financial Records Cases and Fate of Eastern Oklahoma (Updated)
The Supreme Court rejected Donald Trump's claims of immunity, but reaffirmed limits on investigatory powers, and ruled in favor of Native American tribal claims against Oklahoma.
There's nothing wrong with a little self-mythologizing when you're young, but there comes a time to set aside childish things.
A powerful podcast documents a Cree family's destruction by a government intent on eradicating their culture.
Is the state violating Peggy Fontenot's First-Amendment rights?
If you've ever wondered why conservatives struggle to win support among racial and ethnic minorities, here's part of the answer.
The Navajo Housing Authority has a long and storied history of waste, fraud, and abuse of federal funds.
An estimated 111,000 excess premature deaths occurred in white individuals between 1999 and 2014
Standing Rock protesters succeed in blocking Bakken oil pipeline route
Following outcry over seemingly arbitrary nature of the charge, federal prosecutor comes to his senses.
Manatee County, Florida, won't let Renee Bierbaum teach yoga and meditation in her own backyard.
Over says the name will never change
Whose graduation ceremony is it, anyway?
Some may no longer qualify for treatment currently covered by treaties
Couple's adopted child was taken away and returned to biological father
Murder and rape on tribal lands are 20 times the national average