Cedric Cromwell, the tribe's chairman, says the move was "cruel" and "unnecessary" as the land dispute is still pending in D.C federal court.
By Philip Marcelo, Associated Press
Terese Marie Mailhot, author of our January pick for the NewsHour-New York Times book club, Now Read This, joins Jeffrey Brown to answer reader questions on “Heart Berries,” and Jeff announces the February book selection.
By Jeffrey Brown, Courtney Vinopal
On South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation, a substantial number of Native households earn income by creating and selling art. But many of these residents lack access to the transportation and financing that would enable them to market and grow their…
By Jeffrey Brown, Mike Fritz
On Friday, President Donald Trump signed the AMBER Alert for Indian Country Act, which gives tribes direct access to federal grants to improve their technology and be able to post Amber Alerts on their own.
By Jenni Monet
Native women in the U.S. face some of the highest levels of violence of any group. The Justice Department says acts of sexual assault against Native American women are most frequently committed by non-Indian men, who are generally immune to…
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