Deb Haaland

Protect the Public’s Trust has drawn the attention of conservative media and lawmakers for targeting the Biden administration. But on paper, it is a ghost.
Biden is laying the groundwork for a seismic shift in public land management ― one that treats tribes as partners instead of an afterthought.
The order establishes a 20-year mining ban on 225,000 acres next to the Minnesota wilderness, further crippling a Chilean firm's plans for a copper mine.
The U.S. government has renamed hundreds of peaks, lakes, streams and other geographical features that carry a racist and misogynistic term.
For the first time, the U.S. government is formally acknowledging the scope of its former policy aimed at erasing Native American identity.
Over 500 Native children died at boarding schools the federal government forced them to attend over a 150-year period, the Interior Department reported.
The 117th Congress will have a record six Indigenous members — three Democrat, and three Republican.
U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland has formally declared the term "squaw" to be derogatory and wants to remove the word from use by the federal government.
The auction comes after the administration announced a flurry of clean energy actions Wednesday.
GOP senators have slowed down the confirmation process, and nominees of color have been disproportionately affected.