By Lisa Garrigues -- Today correspondent
6/30/07
By Lisa Garrigues -- Today correspondent SAN FRANCISCO - In May, Chief Almir Surui of the Surui people approached the Internet giant Google and asked for high-resolution satellite ...
Staff Reports
6/29/07
Civil rights organizations ensure every student in the nation is prepared for success WASHINGTON - Nine of the nation's major organizations representing communities of color recent...
David Melmer
6/29/07
KYLE, S.D. - Ola Millie Rexroat, Oglala Sioux Tribal member, didn't know how to drive a car, but she thought she could fly an airplane...
Jerry Reynolds
6/29/07
Light shed on 'shameful' U.S. Attorney firings Part one Editor's note: This week, Indian Country Today begins an ongoing series that examines justice in Indian country...
Jerry Reynolds
6/29/07
WASHINGTON - ''Police officers are sometimes called the thin blue line that protects the ordinary citizen from crime. The problem is that in Indian country, that's a dotted line...
Jerry Reynolds
6/29/07
WASHINGTON - In Oklahoma, Cherokee voters returned Principal Chief Chad Smith to office, and by a similarly wide margin approved a ballot measure canceling the BIA's authority to s...
Jerry Reynolds
6/29/07
Part two WASHINGTON - Former Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell comes back from Colorado to Washington every three weeks or so...
Jerry Reynolds
6/29/07
WASHINGTON - Jurisdiction was at the forefront of a law enforcement hearing before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs June 21. Committee chairman Sen...
By Jack McNeel -- Today correspondent
6/29/07
By Jack McNeel -- Today correspondent RAPID CITY, S.D...
Jerry Reynolds
6/29/07
Immigration reform is not comprehensive without tribes With an immigration reform bill poised for an important procedural vote in the Senate June 27 or 28, the National Congress of...

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