With charges of racism, abysmal reviews, and allegations that Disney barred Native American reporters from covering the film, "The Lone Ranger" is growing up to represent a remarkable train wreck of bad decisions.
A murder-mystery that unfolds between two cities along the U.S./Mexico border is the subject of a new TV series airing this month.
Johnny Depp stars as Tonto, the Native American sidekick, and his portrayal — complete with broken English — has stirred controversy in Indian Country.
The man known as “the king of the high wire” will walk across the Grand Canyon Sunday, 1,500 feet in the air. But tribal members have conflicting feelings about the stunt.
A landfill in southern New Mexico, rumored to be the final resting place of the 1982 Atari video game "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," is about to be excavated. The big dig is part of a Canadian television company's attempt to unearth the legendary game.
"East Los High" follows the lives of Latino teenagers in East Los Angeles, and the pressures they face from sex, violence and bullying.
Leonard Knight began building Salvation Mountain in the early 80s and never stopped. Just more than a year ago, Knight entered a nursing home, raising questions as to what would happen to his creation. We join Knight on a rare visit to his mountain, which has been called a national treasure.
“Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope” will premier this summer, dubbed into Navajo. It’s the first time a major motion picture has been translated into a Native American language. The project may provide an important tool for Navajo families wishing to learn and preserve the language.
The latest art installation in the Mexican border city of Juárez is a nearly 20-story tall sculpture in the shape of a giant "X". Despite its controversial construction costs, the inauguration for the new monument was well attended.
The Sundance Film Institute says four Native American filmmakers will be on the Mescalero Apache reservation in Southern New Mexico this week. The visit is the first stage of development for Native writers and directors hoping to release independent films in the coming years.