At Seattle Pacific University, students have spent weeks fighting anti-gay policies common among Christian schools.
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.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs’ missing and murdered unit was launched by Deb Haaland a year ago to tackle an epidemic of violence against Native people. But initial results have disappointed
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
The 14-year-old had just learned some of the troubling details of the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and was concerned that her mother, who is Alaska Native and tended to travel alone, might one day not make it home
Environmental organizations and tribes have been coming together to protect the natural world, and a key part of this teamwork has been land transfers
Farmers in Oregon had their ‘worst summer ever’ as heat, drought and extreme weather threaten industry
The result, in her favor by 310 votes, clarifies how much of a polarizing figure she has remained in her district
The city accumulated about 19 in of rain between September and the end of November, a stark contrast to the summer’s searing temperatures