After a century-long fight, the Yakama Nation finally got 21,000 acres of forest land back, including Mount Adams, one of the nation’s five sacred mountains.
Joy Harjo's prestigious poetry prize, a new fight against Keystone XL, and combatting appropriation and racism in Indian country, all during the Week That Was, May 14, 2017.
Democratic Party struggles to find its footing in a new world of politics and policy brought on by the election of President Donald Trump.
The Yakama Nation urged immediate cleanup of radioactive waste at the Hanford Site after a tunnel collapsed, prompting an emergency declaration.
Native people's relations with colonialism, like Blacks’ civil rights struggles with racism, require as much clear analysis as possible.
Check out this list of Native American women warriors who stood their ground just as bravely as their male counterparts.
The U.S. Supreme Court recently decided Lewis v. Clarke with a decision that strains the fabric of tribal immunity law and questions tribal sovereignty.
Yet another police shooting death, liquor license wars, among stories gripping Indian country during g The Week That Was, April 30, 2017.
A new bill would allow the killing of some sea lions to stop the scourge of salmon predation in the Columbia River.
Remembering Yakama Nation fisher Daniel Sohappy, imprisoned in the 1980s on trumped-up charges for catching salmon as his ancestors had.
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