Jerry Reynolds
3/8/06
WASHINGTON -- The trust funds lawsuit is headed for legislative settlement if a bipartisan cohort of congressional members can get its way...
Rick Kearns
3/8/06
From mid-December through January, the Bolivian press has been watching the rise of the most famous Bolivian ever, the nation's first indigenous president, Evo Morales...
David Melmer
3/8/06
WELCH, Minn. -- The Prairie Island Sioux Community continues its search for a location to dump nuclear waste that sits in dry casks just yards from the community...
Editors Report
3/8/06
ROUGH ROCK, Ariz...
Richard Walker
3/8/06
ANACORTES, Wash. -- Samish Indian Nation Chairman Ken Hansen has retired after 35 years of working to preserve -- and in many cases, restore -- the rights of the Samish people...
Babette Herrman
3/8/06
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- On the grand scale of all things Hollywood, one might consider Native involvement in the media and technology sector mediocre at best...
Editors Report
3/8/06
DENVER -- Veteran Chickasaw/Creek banker J.D...
Editors Report
3/8/06
Now that the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist has passed into history, scholars are dissecting his influence on Indian law. It's not a pretty picture...
Jim Adams
3/8/06
WASHINGTON -- Chief Justice John Roberts took the side of indigenous religious freedom in his first written Indian law opinion since joining the U.S. Supreme Court. In Gonzales v...
Estar Holmes
3/8/06
'Stone Heart: Everyone Loves a Journey West' premieres LOS ANGELES -- "White men build Fort Mandan. They name it theirs...

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