Rob Capriccioso
6/27/08
Leaders and health officials say they feel they've been misled WASHINGTON - Several tribal officials are opposed to a decision being contemplated by IHS officials to stop funding f...
Gale Courey Toensing / Indian Country Today
6/27/08
ALBANY, N.Y...
Steven Newcomb
6/27/08
The Newfoundland Labrador government has threatened more than 100 Innu families with eviction from their aboriginal lands, which the provincial government calls ''Crown land.'' Acc...
Staff Reports
6/27/08
Participants in the Peace and Dignity Journey took the run to honor sacred sites to the Swinomish reservation in Washington state June 13...
By Stephanie Woodard -- Today correspondent
6/26/08
New film appeals to visitors to treat Ancestral Puebloan sites with care By Stephanie Woodard -- Today correspondent CORTEZ, Colo...
Robin Buda
6/25/08
Carving, art yields expression CANASTOTA, N.Y. - Eric Schweig, Inuk, isn't shy. He's not afraid to share his opinion...
Shannon C Burns
6/25/08
'Navajo Women: Saanii,' by Betty Reid The strong, Navajo woman is the centerpiece for a beautiful work of art in the form of a book called ''Navajo Women: Saanii.'' The story, coup...
Stephanie Woodard
6/25/08
New film appeals to visitors to treat Ancestral Puebloan sites with care CORTEZ, Colo...
Staff Reports
6/25/08
Attorney donates American Indian book collection WASHINGTON - In honor of his parents, Antonio ''Tony'' Arocho, a resident of Maryland and the principal attorney at Arocho Law Offi...

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