Judge rules proposed Alaska mine doesn’t meet water quality standards
Some colleges are leaving the decision to students and others believe they can't legally require vaccinations
Growing use of ‘corporate social responsibility’ helps companies bypass tribal opposition
Top 10 Stories: What Indian Country read this past week as of April 10, 2021
'I am grateful that the Fish and Wildlife Service recognizes that the species warrants protection under the Endangered Species Act'
Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s office said that it’s asking the high court to set a briefing schedule before filing execution warrants
UPDATED: 'The decision here today is to keep operating, which is the same decision as the previous administration'
Deb Haaland will be a key player in deciding what comes next
A federal judge had already blocked the sale, pending a lawsuit by Washington, Oregon and more than two dozen Native American and Alaska Native tribes
‘It's all bluster’
'It was around 2008 that I started developing anxiety because there was a pack of dogs that would follow me'