Federal, state and local authorities are intensifying scrutiny of minority contracting programs across the country in the wake of a Times investigation that found that companies received more than $300
The Cherokee Nation says it has a right to a congressional delegate. Now it wants Congress to fulfill its promise.
For generations, the US government’s attitude toward Native American communities has been marked by mistreatment, indifference, and a lack of respect for tribal sovereignty. And while that relationship
The Cherokee Nation is looking to bring about the fulfillment of an over-200-year-old promise from the United States government. In the 18th and 19th centuries, treaties signed between the two parties