Jerry Reynolds
2/15/06
WASHINGTON -- Congressional efforts to reform lobbying law for tribes kicked into high gear at a Feb. 8 hearing of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs. Committee Chairman Sen...
Editors Report
2/15/06
A rebellion at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration is highlighting a shift in the debate over climate change, a shift which leaves the Bush administration looking lik...
Editors Report
2/15/06
TUCSON, Ariz. -- Every February for the past 12 years, the Arizona State Museum has showcased the art of America's first artists in an ever-increasingly popular art fair...
David Wiwchar
2/15/06
WASHINGTON -- The sound of pounding drums and West Coast songs echoed through the grand entrance at the National Museum of the American Indian...
Lisa Garrigues
2/15/06
LA PAZ, Bolivia -- The Dec...
Editors Report
2/15/06
KYKOTSMOVI, Ariz. -- Black Mesa Trust announced Jan...
Tom Kanatakeniate Cook
2/15/06
Oglala Lakota culture, always based on the family and time-honored interactions with relatives, food sources and the universe, has both persisted and undergone profound alterations...
Suzan Shown Harjo
2/15/06
Another Indian impersonator is unmasked: Nasdijj, who masqueraded as a Navajo and made a pile of money from best-selling books about his life as a poor reservation kid with an alco...
David Melmer
2/15/06
WASHINGTON -- The Department of the Interior was ordered by the U.S. District Court to pay attorneys' fees and expenses that have accumulated in the ongoing Cobell v. Norton case...
Estar Holmes
2/8/06
PLUMMER, Idaho -- A river that flows between three lakes is a confounding sight to behold from the banks of Chatcolet Lake on the Coeur d'Alene reservation: it's difficult to deter...

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