Thirty-eight percent of National Park Service employees experienced harassment or discrimination on the job over the last year preceding an agency-wide survey, according to results released Oct. 13 at the Grand Canyon.
The Navajo Nation is reviewing potential buyers of the West’s largest coal-fired power plant. The tribe is under a tight deadline to keep the plant from shutting down.
On Oct. 9 many cities across the United States will opt to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day over Columbus Day.
Twenty-three countries sent help after the quake, including the United States. Last weekend, after more than a week of assistance, the U.S. rescue team returned home.
Congress is considering legislation that would help fund public safety programs and victim services in Indian Country.
California filed a lawsuit Wednesday to stop the Trump administration from building a wall along the state’s border with Mexico.
For the second time this summer, the Trump administration has lifted environmental restrictions so it can replace an existing border fence in California.
The Hualapai Tribe has agreed to end a decades-long conflict over Colorado River water rights in exchange for a $134 million pipeline that will supply water to the tribe’s Grand Canyon tourist attractions.
The Mexican government on Tuesday expressed its “deep regret” following the White House's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that has shielded young people living in the state illegally from deportation.
The U.S., Mexico and Canada will enter the second round of negotiations for the North American Free Trade Agreement on Friday.