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Unsealed depositions from law enforcement officers may show how TigerSwan, a private security firm, escalated the conflict by portraying Water Protectors as jihadists.
The pole supports the effort to recall Dunleavy, who would rather balance the state budget by cutting benefits to the poor than reduce a tax credit to big oil companies.
Cheyenne, Arapaho and Sioux artist Harvey Pratt says his Warriors Circle of Honor creates a place for reflection, ceremony and healing
The late Ahtna Athabascan matriarch and Native subsistence rights leader fought the State of Alaska for nearly 30 years for the right to fish where her family had always fished
'It’s our Wounded Knee,' Tribal Chair Juan Mancias says, referring to a similar massacre his tribe suffered in 1801.
Cheyenne River Sioux member Natalie Stites Means recounts how she experienced two incidents of possible racial profiling while running for mayor of Rapid City, South Dakota
Klukwan, the last remaining ancient village of the Chilkat Tlingit, fears the General Mining Act of 1872 will allow a Canadian mining company to poison their water
Robert Jimmy explains how, after the government did little to treat his PTSD, he found healing through the love of his family and the teachings of the Native American Church
From the fish wars to informed consent, Attorney General Ferguson acknowledged Quinault Indian Nation President Fawn Sharp as person “most responsible” at press conference
Running for president on a climate change platform, Gov. Jay Inslee flipped his position on Puget Sound Energy’s Tacoma LNG plant, which the Tribe has opposed since 2015.