Tribes struggling to rebuild after Hurricane Ida were surprised when the Biden administration reopened oil and gas leasing.
Two wells, two accidents — but no answers.
Nancy Feinstein and Carol Rothman first started organizing older women in 2016—a demographic they see as an under-utlized resource.
Tribal governments say they haven’t been adequately consulted on the plan, which could bring thousands of new oil and gas wells to the area.
In one of the wealthiest areas in the country, the Shinnecock Nation fights to survive as Thanksgiving approaches.
Despite the reservation’s Democratic tendencies and its struggles amid the pandemic, the president is trying to woo Navajo voters.
The dual public health and economic crisis has driven Native American leaders to ponder diversifying gaming-dependent tribal economies.
The rural county of Tulare has become a hotspot for the virus, with Latino communities and essential workers hit especially hard.
For Indians who are not part of a casino-connected tribe, life on the state’s reservations and rancherias can be a hardscrabble existence.
Thirty miles south of Bismarck, North Dakota, where eroded buttes rise from grassland and corn fields, the Oceti Sakowin camp appears along the winding girth of the Missouri River. Here, a story of protection, protest and cultural conflict unfolds against the desolate prairie.