Editors Report
11/17/04
High on the reading list of the Web site of One Nation, the anti-Indian organization, is the article titled, "Schwarzenegger, tribes on collision," by Alan Murray of CNBC...
Richard Walker
11/17/04
Attorneys lead efforts to expand law career opportunities TULALIP, Wash...
John Mohawk
11/17/04
Sometimes it's hard to believe that humans keep repeating the same follies, as though successive generations learn nothing from the insanities of their predecessors...
Mark Fogarty
11/10/04
Remembering their donation to Irish famine relief in 1847 Not far from the east bank of the Hudson River in lower Manhattan there is a memorial that rises from concrete to remember...
Jim Adams
11/10/04
High turn out swamped by Republican tide WASHINGTON - As "cold reality set in," one TV newsman's words for the U.S...
Mark Fogarty
11/10/04
WASHINGTON - The boom in Native population, while continuing, has apparently slowed to match the rate of growth in the United States as a whole. According to the U.S...
Jerry Reynolds
11/10/04
WASHINGTON - President George W. Bush signed the American Indian Probate Reform Act of 2004 into law on Oct...
Jean Johnson
11/10/04
Warm Springs gains another Native-owned enterprise PORTLAND, Ore...
George Joe
11/10/04
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. - Maybe it was the warm weather or the stakes in the election that brought Navajo voters out in "record numbers" to the polls on Nov. 2...
Joseph M. Valandra and Christine Grabowski
11/10/04
California tribes are engaged in a battle for survival. Its outcome will determine how, and perhaps even if, they endure as sovereign nations...

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