Haaland v. Brackeen challenges the constitutionality of the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978, putting the sovereignty of ...
George Adams says he and his daughter Elile were targeted by Judge Ray Dodge for their advocacy of disenrolled Nooksack citizens. Now, they've reached a $35,000 settlement.
Tribal courts can file more charges against non-Native defendants under a new law that took effect Saturday. The change is ...
The Supreme Court of the United States began its fall term Monday with a docket of cases ranging from environmental ...
A decision from the nation's highest court opens tribal lands to state jurisdiction -- even though tribes have not consented to the imposition.
This term, the high court will cement its grip on political life in America, overturning affirmative action and other ...
The United States Supreme Court, its controversial decision to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade still fresh in the minds of ...
The Supreme Court heard arguments in a case from Oklahoma about the state's ability to prosecute people accused of crimes on Native American lands. NBC's Ken Dilanian has details on the arguments ...
A congressional subcommittee investigating the impact of a Supreme Court ruling that overturned decades of Native American law was told Tuesday that the court ignored tribal sovereignty to reach its ...
ONEIDA - Tribal leaders in Wisconsin worry a pending U.S. Supreme Court case could set back efforts to protect Native children from unnecessary removals and even have far-reaching implications ...
U.S. Supreme Court is being urged by Oklahoma to issue a ruling on the definition of 'Indian' under federal criminal law.
The Supreme Court will hear major cases this term on affirmative action, voting rights, and immigration policy.