I’ve Spent Thirty Years Trying to Solve One Horrific Murder Case

In rural North Carolina, a Native American activist who investigated police involvement in the cocaine trade turned up dead. Will anyone help me find out why?

This Native American Trans Beauty Queen Is Reviving an Ancient Tradition

Before white settlers came, tribes revered those who embodied both genders. This year’s Miss International Two Spirit is bringing that reverence back.

This Native American Cowboy is Turning Up the Heat in Wyoming’s Prisons—And the Inmates Love It.

“Grandpa Willie” LeClair has tamed bucking broncos and prayed at the Vatican. But he found his true calling helping inmates step into sweat lodges to spill their regrets and fears.

On This Reservation, Cannabis Is the New Casino

In Washington State, an enterprising Native American tribe is betting big on bud. Not everyone thinks it’s such a brilliant idea.

Who Took Our Girls?

An Audacious Dancer’s Apache-Navajo Mashup—and the Outcry that Followed

Blending the lessons of his dual—some say dueling—Native American lineage, a Grammy-winning artist finds spiritual purpose, international fame, and a few sharp critics.

An Eagle Eye in Harlem

From Malcolm X Boulevard to pow-wow road trips, a black man from Georgia adopts a Cherokee persona despite questionable ties to any Native American roots.