A generation after it was decommissioned, tribal members are still working to clean up the Hanford nuclear site, one of the most contaminated spots in the US.
Indigenous women are underrepresented in the US Congress and other elected offices. The Native Action Network wants to change that
The Lummi Nation, on the US west coast, has faced addiction issues for decades. Now they are utilizing a combination of culturally-based healing and western approaches
Environmental organizations and tribes have been coming together to protect the natural world, and a key part of this teamwork has been land transfers
Charles “Chuck” F Sams III made history this week in becoming the first-ever Native American confirmed to lead the National Park Service.
The tribe could be granted a special waiver after a lengthy legal battle to try to resume the historic practice
Legal setbacks in efforts to block a new lithium mine in Nevada’s Thacker Pass highlight how federal courts routinely fail to protect sacred lands
Joe Biden restored environmental protections on Friday to three national monuments and their vast expanse of vital ecosystems and sacred Indigenous spaces, reversing cuts made by Donald Trump.
Salmon are headed to a point of no return throughout the US west. And the impact on Native American communities could be devastating
Tribes across the US are buying back land lost during and after the colonization period on the open market