U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland's mother, Mary Toya, a longtime civil servant and U.S. Navy veteran, has died.
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The U.S. Department of the Treasury has approved an image of former Principal Chief Wilma Mankiller with “a resolute gaze to the future” for the reverse side of a 2022 quarter as part of the U.S. Mint’s American Women Quarters series.
Protesters held a sit-in Thursday at the Interior Department building in downtown Washington and clashed with police as they challenged fossil fuel projects and called for the declaration of a climate emergency. Multiple arrests were reported.
At first, he was just a boyfriend. He gave Ashley Maha'a gifts and attention.
Three people with stakes in Indigenous voter rights in Oklahoma are looking to the Native American Voting Rights Act,co-introduced by U.S. Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.) to help address voting and election problems in Oklahoma tribes.
For years, many Native American tribes have felt their history has not been given its due by schools in Connecticut, a state that takes its name from an Algonquian word meaning “land on the long tidal river.”
In a first for the Cherokee Nation, a citizen of Freedmen descent was confirmed to a government commission, marking a “history making” move for the tribe, said Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr.
The Department of the Interior on Sept. 14 announced that it would begin consultations with tribes as it continues to strengthen the ability of sovereign nations to establish and consolidate their homelands.
One of the most important principles of federal Indian law is the trust responsibility that the U.S. government has toward tribal nations.