New Laws Aim to Save Native American Women's Lives
Legislators seek more effective methods to track and stop the murder of Indigenous women.
A Small Victory for Native Women
Native women face one of the highest rates of domestic violence in the U.S. A new pilot project that allows tribes to prosecute non-Natives for the crime could be a game-changer.
Native American Leader and Activist ?Elouise Cobell Dies at 65
The American Indian woman who led to the largest government class-action settlement in the country’s history, died Sunday. She was 65.
Is Obama's "Historic" Tribal Justice Reform Enough?
A watershed law to improve criminal justice systems in Indian Country could help deal with violence against women, but deeper changes are needed.