A 184-year-old federal ban on Native American-owned distilleries is ending.
The Pilgrims would have died without the Wampanoag's help. But Trump and his administration are arguing that the tribe is not Indian enough to keep its reservation status.
A Supreme Court ruling has required identification with a provable street address in the state, a rarity for people living on reservations.
In This State, Many Rural Voters Trust Strangers To Deliver Their Ballots -- But That May Not Be An Option Next Time
Montana may become the next state to ban “ballot harvesting” in the name of election integrity.
When it comes to indigenous people, we're failing.
The Montana congressman, nominated for interior secretary, broke with Donald Trump on a key issue.
Putting secession on the ballot in a county is, pretty obviously, nothing more than a political stunt. It brings to mind those who launch efforts to amend the Constitution even though they know they're never going to succeed. I appreciate the value of a good political stunt, though.
Traditions, language and spiritual beliefs of so many of the American Indian nations are almost completely extinguished. Is it any wonder that the youth find themselves in an identity crisis?
America has always looked at racial injustice as a black-and-white issue, but here is South Dakota, it has always been a red-and-white issue.
The poem that inspired Mandela was "Invictus," by the English poet William Ernest Henley, and it was in a book of poetry I read as a young boy living on a very poor Indian reservation.