Adrian Jawort
5/23/08
Sen. Barack Obama makes first visit to Indian country CROW AGENCY, Mont. - ;'I like my new name: Barack Black Eagle. That is a good name,'' Democratic presidential candidate Sen...
Gale Courey Toensing / Indian Country Today
5/23/08
Interior to take 13,004 acres in trust for Oneida Indian Nation WASHINGTON - The federal government has issued a final decision to take into trust 13,004 acres of the Oneida Indian...
Brian Daffron, Today correspondent
5/23/08
ANADARKO, Okla. - Turning 18 gives Americans many rights and privileges, but the right to register to vote is one that many people unfortunately do not exercise...
Letter to the Editor
5/23/08
The University of Utah's College of Education Dean Michael Hardman recently turned back $2 million of federal grant money from the Office of Indian Education...
Stephanie Woodard
5/23/08
State Department refuses to complete cultural survey for TransCanada pipeline Editor's note: This is the second in a series of articles on a meeting of Oceti Sakowin, or the Seven ...
Brian Daffron
5/23/08
'Rock the Native Vote' seeks to expand Oklahoma Indian voter participation ANADARKO, Okla...
Rob Capriccioso
5/23/08
Comparing the candidates on wind energy WASHINGTON - For once, American Indians want to hear more hot air from politicians...
Jerry Reynolds / Indian Country Today
5/23/08
WASHINGTON - Secure as the Democratic front-runner for the party;s presidential nomination, Barack Obama has not conceded the Indian vote to rival Hillary Clinton and has not dodge...
Gale Courey Toensing / Indian Country Today
5/23/08
LAGUNA, N.M. - June Lorenzo has a vision for New Mexico;s Senate District 30: a government that uses community-based approaches to address issues...
Kara Briggs
5/23/08
One hour before the end of the United Nations' recent seventh annual Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, South and Central American indigenous leaders began to clap in unison and...

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