A bill to combat the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women crisis was sidetracked by Republicans griping about tribal sovereignty.
The board of governors has chosen a baffling route out of a controversy over Civil War memorials.
The absence of Native perspectives in American history books and classrooms has been remarked on for over 50 years. Will it ever change?
Republican politicians don't think climate change is real. Democrats don't have that excuse.
The case has it all: white-centrism, the "school choice" debate, and the obscene way in which North Carolina is failing its students.
White history is still normalized. Non-white history is seen as provocative.
Trump is pulling the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement, allegedly as an act of patriotism. But Americans will suffer as a result.
The latest Keystone pipeline leak is one of many: The U.S. averages one crude oil spill every other day.
If American and tribal governments take drug companies to court and settle, the money should actually be used to combat addiction.
As in the United States, even progressive politicians often offer only empty promises.
Bizarrely, Nixon was the closest thing to a White House champion America's indigenous populations have ever gotten.