David Wilkins / University of Minnesota
7/4/08
June is typically a harried month for the U.S. Supreme Court, as it hands down a dizzying array of opinions as its session comes to an end...
Editors Report
7/4/08
During the 20th century, two Quaker presidents dominated the policy directions in Indian affairs...
Bobbie Whitehead / Indian Country Today
7/4/08
RICHMOND, Va. - Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine once again has publicly given his support of the six Virginia Indian tribes seeking federal recognition through legislation...
Letter to the Editor
7/4/08
Now that the campaigns are in full swing between the Republicans and the Democrats, we are witnessing the role the American Constitution will continue to play...
By Babette Hermann -- Today correspondent
7/3/08
By Babette Herrmann -- Today correspondent CASCADE LOCKS, Ore. - If the concept of a casino being able to meet green building standards seems like a misnomer, think again...
Ken Edwards
7/2/08
Forest babies It was the season of new little faces and adventures...
David Wiwchar
7/2/08
TOFINO, British Columbia - One of the strangest holdovers from 20th century attempts to colonize coastal First Nations are the wild cattle of Opitsaht...
David Wiwchar / Today correspondent
7/2/08
TOFINO, British Columbia - One of the strangest holdovers from 20th century attempts to colonize coastal First Nations are the wild cattle of Opitsaht...
Gale Courey Toensing
7/2/08
PENOBSCOT, Maine - When Klose-kur-beh, the Penobscot people's culture hero known also as Glooscap, lived with the first people, he taught them many useful things - how to make: sto...
Ken Edwards
7/2/08
Forest babies It was the season of new little faces and adventures...

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