The treaty between the U.S. government and the Navajos was signed in 1868. A copy was recently discovered in a Massachusetts home.
New Mexico’s all-Democratic House delegation is seeking to halt new oil and natural gas lease sales on federal holdings within a 10-mile buffer zone around Chaco Culture National Historic Park.
Tribes want specific language in a BLM plan that would prevent drilling near the park, instead of protesting four times a year when the energy industry requests lease sales on certain parcels.
Intertribal powwows began as a way for native families separated by colonialist policies to reunite and pass down traditions to younger generations.
More than 50 parcels in New Mexico and Oklahoma will be up for bid including nine parcels near Chaco Culture National Historical Park.
The Indian Child Welfare Act was meant to rectify the number of adoptions of Native American children by white families. Does it represent unfair racial preference?
By some estimates, the tribe has lived on the land that would become Colorado for 13,000 years.
The four-part series recreates life in America generations before the arrival of the Europeans using archeology, oral traditions and 3-D technology.
A letter from their ACLU attorney demands CSU revisit its campus police policies in light of two officers stopping Thomas Kanewakeron Gray and Lloyd Skanahwati Gray on a campus tour.
The Colorado tribe was one of 133 nationwide to receive grant money from the Justice Department for law enforcement.