Rules to boost the domestic economy now apply to broadband and water equipment. Delays and higher costs can be part of the trade-off.
Indigenous communities in the United States experience higher rates of mental health issues, but have a harder time accessing care. One Texas group is working to expand services and train staff to address mental health issues before they become a crisis.
Community development financial institutions are mostly concerned about a ban on extended-term mortgages and balloon payments.
Native game creators are building alternate realities where their cultures are centered and respected. But the projects still need funding.
In Juneau, Rico and Crystal Worl draw from their Tlingit and Athabascan heritage to create designs for everyday items like playing cards.
The Indian Child Welfare Act sought to address a history of cultural dispossession. Now, it's being threatened by a Supreme Court case.
Tribal law experts say corporations working in Indigenous territories should seek consent rather than mere consultation.
Indigenous agricultural producers say they've had it with the federal government's loan programs.
Tribal agricultural leaders say they would like to see more lending to agricultural producers and more autonomous control over federal funds.