Jerry Reynolds
3/29/06
WASHINGTON -- President Bush has written off environmental voters as lost to Republicans, which isn't the same as saying he means to throw mud in their eyes...
Editors Report
3/29/06
A major piece of good, perhaps transcendental, news was published in The New York Times recently: a core of evangelical Christian leaders in the United States have “decided to back...
Editors Report
3/29/06
In a C-SPAN television appearance after announcing her resignation, Interior Department Secretary Gale Norton mused that she had begun her tenure with a program of four "C's" but w...
John C. Mohawk
3/29/06
No one dares say anything negative about Jewish people, even if the comment is true or partly true...
David Melmer
3/29/06
WASHINGTON -- The Voting Rights Act, enacted in 1965, will celebrate its 41st anniversary on Aug...
Dean B. Suagee
3/29/06
Global warming has been in the news quite a bit lately. The lead editorial in the Feb. 15 issue of Indian Country Today (“God and man at NASA: A change in climate,” Vol. 25, Iss...
Gale Courey Toensing
3/29/06
HARTFORD, Conn...
Stephanie Woodard
3/29/06
NEW YORK – “I love a challenge,” said Terrol Dew Johnson, prominent Tohono O’odham basketmaker, of the collection of 14 works he is presenting in cooperation with the New York City...
Jean Johnson
3/29/06
PORTLAND, Ore...
David Melmer
3/29/06
PIERRE, S.D. -- The South Dakota Legislature created a firestorm when it passed a bill that banned abortion with only one exception: to save the life of the mother...

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