The Trump Administration Is Waiving 25 Laws to Build a New Bit of 'Wall'
To expand some fencing in New Mexico, the government will need to brush aside a bunch of environmental and land use regulations.
Native Americans Are Pissed Off at Trump's Move to Slash Public Land
"Unless this administration would drill in Arlington Cemetery if oil was discovered there, leave our sacred lands alone.”
Debra Utacia Krol
The Sioux Lost a Key Battle in Their Struggle Against the DAPL
The tribe's latest attempt to shut down the pipeline temporarily ended in failure.
Do We All See the Man Holding an iPhone in This 1937 Painting?
Wait for it.
After Finding Oil, These Native Americans Were Murdered
The Osage people became famously rich with oil money in the 1920s. Then they started turning up dead.
The Final, Messy, Defiant Days of the Standing Rock Camps
Defying the government and even the local tribes, a stubborn group of activists remains camped out in North Dakota.
Inside the Apache Stronghold Fighting Off a Multinational Mining Company
On a new episode of our VICELAND series 'RISE,' we meet the Apache tribe defending its land from unsustainable mining methods.
Inside the Company Helping Native Americans Grow Cannabis
We talk to the founder of cannabis cultivation company Ultra Health ahead of their appearance on tomorrow night's episode of Weediquette.
The Dakota Pipeline Will Be Rerouted, but the Standing Rock Campers Aren't Moving Just Yet
A major victory for the "water protectors" at Standing Rock was greeted by cheers and cautious optimism.
What Oil Pipelines Can Do to Native American Land and Life
Just a few hours away from Standing Rock is another reservation that has dealt with the oil industry very differently, and has very different problems.
Native Superheroes Battle Old Stereotypes at the First Ever Indigenous Comic Con
The recent event, the first of its kind in the world, represents the growth of the subcultural vanguard of indigenous-created media that is slowly working its way into the multibillion dollar comic industry.
'We’re Not Going to Go to War': The Chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Preaches Peace and Patience
"When I look at that camp, I always think: What's going to happen when this is over? Who's going to clean that up? Who's going to put that land back to its natural state?"
Cole Kazdin and Duy Linh Tu