While it is true that there has been a move afoot for a while to change Mount McKinley's name to Denali, it is going nowhere fast. The reason for the stall is that the USGS Board on Geographic Names declines to make a decision on naming geographical features when there is a bill before Congress which would affect the name of that feature. So, in an effort to drum up votes from patriotic Ohioans who live more than 3,000 miles from the peak, an Ohio congressman files a bill at the start of each legislative session that would keep the name of the mountain as Mount McKinley. The residents of Alaska are quite upset at this, but until this fellow retires or is voted out of office, we will have to live under his thumb.
Another item of possible interest is that Denali, the Koyukon Indian name meaning "The Great One," is just one Native name for the peak. The Dena'ina Indians of the Susitna Region called the peak Traleika.