The Gabrielino-Tongva Tribe is one of hundreds of Native American tribes that remain unrecognized by the federal government.
By Corinne Segal
In the standoff over the Dakota Access Pipeline, neither side is calling it quits after a recent decision by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers to halt a final leg of the project.
By Courtney Norris
As temperatures in North Dakota plunge into the single digits, the standoff over an oil pipeline near a Native American reservation is intensifying. Monday is the deadline set by the Army Corps of Engineers and the state’s governor for thousands…
By PBS NewsHour
Allison Adelle Hedge Coke says her poem, "America, I Sing You Back", was born not out of anger but out of concern and a love for her country.
By Mary Jo Brooks
By James Nord, Associated Press
Since April, there's been a tribal protest at the confluence of the Cannonball and Missouri rivers in southern North Dakota, and it has grown considerably.
One man told the NewsHour he had never seen a greater assembly of Native Americans than at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.
As a modern-day battle against the Dakota Access Pipeline unravels on the plains of North Dakota, the Standing Sioux tribe has embraced an order to halt the pipeline.
By Bobby Caina Calvan, Associated Press
Native American activists are increasingly turning their focus inward, working to persuade their fellow tribal members to seize the ballot box as a weapon against oppression.
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
The Obama administration asked the Supreme Court Tuesday to uphold a federal law aimed at people who have been convicted of repeated acts of domestic violence on Indian lands.
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