A long battle over water rights in the Pojoaque River Basin in New Mexico, to the north of Santa Fe, has finally culminated in a settlement that awards high-priority rights to four local pueblos.
A 1934 law that allows the federal government to set aside land for Tribes came under scrutiny this week when lawmakers couldn’t agree on how the law should be interpreted.
Native Americans living on the reservation in Utah say they just want safe roads to reliably transport children to school and patients to the emergency room.
The Ute Indian Museum, which originally opened its doors in 1956, recently celebrated its completed expansion and renovations. The museum, located in Montrose, Colorado, sits on land purchased during the 1920s
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency faces regulatory changes and budget cuts under the Trump administration, and there is also a proposed bill that would completely abolish the agency.