Indian Country

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American Indian tribes have taken greater control over prosecuting non-tribal members who commit some violent crimes in Indian Country five years after Congress passed a key law, a new report shows.

Overdose deaths in Native American communities have skyrocketed in the time the opioid epidemic has swept the U.S. and federal officials are looking for solutions.

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Bold. Visionary. A spectacular success.

The words in an online promotion for a new museum exhibit in Washington, D.C., describe an 1830 U.S. law that forced thousands of American Indians from their lands in the South to areas west of the Mississippi River.

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The Navajo Nation is moving forward with a second solar energy farm, adjacent to one it built in Kayenta.

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Election sites far from reservations. Poll workers who don't speak tribal languages. Unequal access to early voting sites.

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