Melissa Gorelick
10/19/05
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Native scholars discussed the continuing impact of Christopher Columbus' legacy in a recent panel event at Syracuse University...
Editors Report
10/19/05
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -- Every 2.5 minutes, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer...
Rick St. Germaine
10/19/05
DENVER -- Responding to a growing dissatisfaction from Indian educators who complain about damaging impediments resulting from the No Child Left Behind legislation, the National In...
Jose Barreiro
10/19/05
JIGUANI, Cuba -- In Cuba, from the flat savannas of Camaguey and east to the foothills of the Sierra Maestra, the cry was for water...
Editors Report
10/19/05
Relatives to the south are suffering tonight after devastating weather once more reminds us how fragile our human condition really is...
David Wiwchar
10/19/05
VICTORIA, British Columbia -- The British Columbia Treaty Commission has released its annual report on the state of treaty negotiations in the province, and found encouragement in ...
Winona LaDuke
10/19/05
Standing at the bow of the boat, Ramon Lopez, an elder Seri man, watches the horizon, the color of the sea and the islands, just as his ancestors have for a millennium...
Jim Adams
10/12/05
NEW YORK -- Conflicts with tax collectors are becoming a fact of life for many tribes as their wealth and economic activity expand, but the relationship doesn't always have to be a...
Abby Thompson
10/12/05
MILWAUKEE, Wis...
Jim Adams
10/12/05
WASHINGTON -- White House Counsel and Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers might have a blank judicial slate, having never served as a judge, but she does have a substantial public ...

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