Native Americans

A new Missing and Murdered Unit within the Bureau of Indian Affairs aims to address a silent epidemic.
Officials are beginning to reimagine fire and land management, drawing upon Native American tradition and perspectives that were long outlawed.
The Fox News host mock-celebrated Haaland's expected confirmation as interior secretary -- and her Scandinavian heritage.
The Senate-passed COVID-19 relief bill includes more than $31.2 billion for tribal governments and Native American communities.
They quizzed the Cabinet nominee extensively about fossil fuels, showing what one Native American advocate called their "allegiance" to that industry.
Chuck Hoskin Jr., principal chief of the Cherokee Nation, said "it does not honor us by having our name plastered on the side of a car."
The president has vowed to “reverse the Trump administration’s assaults on America’s natural treasures.”
She won the prestigious award for her work on “We Are Water Protectors,” a celebration of nature and condemnation of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The folk tune is popular around campfires and in grade schools, but it also called to mind the nation's long history of land disputes involving tribes.
Darrel House, 30, can be seen writhing in pain after a ranger at a New Mexico national park shot him with a stun gun.