Already, the Navajo Nation has seen a serious spike, with a rate of 62 coronavirus deaths per 100,000 people. In New Mexico, which includes part of the Navajo reservation, Native
UW-Madison graduates, from left, Jacob Tottleben, of St. Louis, Lindsey Fischer, of La Crosse, and Olivia Gonzalez, of Milwaukee, open bottles of champagne at the State and Park Street crosswalk to
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It’s been weeks since President Donald Trump signed an executive memorandum that was supposed to get the federal government back into the
In many cases, sovereign rights are grounded in centuries-old treaties and a fractious history of violation of those treaties by the U.S. government. Currently, the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs recognizes
Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Mark Fox received good news Friday, April 24, when U.S. Sens. John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer reported that Native American casinos and other tribally owned