On the Navajo Nation, the coronavirus is leaving children motherless, families lost and traditions in peril. But Diné women fight on.
A massive marijuana bust in Farmington represents just a sliver of an ongoing operation on Navajo lands that has now drawn federal investigators
A massive hemp empire is accused of growing illegal marijuana and sowing violence on the Navajo Nation
A Navajo reporter checks in on elderly people on the reservation. Hunger and neglect is what she finds.
In Gallup, surrounded by the Navajo Nation, a pandemic crosses paths with homelessness, hate and healers
Older generations on the Navajo Nation have passed down stories of scourges, resilience — and survival. New generations are bringing the tales to life.
As COVID-19 sweeps through the Navajo Nation, a hospital is accused of endangering lives
The Navajo Nation has the highest number of COVID-19 cases in Indian Country. How will it cope?
A Navajo girl was exploited and sex trafficked in urban and rural New Mexico. Why did so many fail to help her?