By Carole Goldberg and Kevin Washburn
7/25/08
By Carole Goldberg and Kevin Washburn Are American Indians more often victims of crime than members of other ethnic and racial groups?...
Rick Kearns
7/25/08
Recipient of the 2008 Goldman Environmental Prize for sustainable development NOCHIXTLAN, Oaxaca - In one of the most barren regions in the world, an indigenous farmer using ancien...
Rob Capriccioso
7/25/08
CHICAGO - Karen Lincoln Michel, a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation, has unveiled a new plan aimed at better diversifying top media management to include more minorities, including Ame...
Rob Capriccioso
7/25/08
WASHINGTON - Piggybacking on the Senate;s recent passage of an amendment that provides funds to bolster crime initiatives on reservations, a new policy-focused Indian crime bill ha...
Steven Newcomb
7/25/08
Every Supreme Court ruling contains a story or narrative concerning a particular legal dispute and its resolution...
Rob Capriccioso
7/25/08
WASHINGTON - Abandoned uranium ore mines in Navajo country have for decades been known to cause health problems. A five-agency coalition is finally doing something about it...
Kevin White
7/25/08
Americans recently celebrated the Fourth of July holiday, formally known as Independence Day...
Letter to the Editor
7/25/08
Alcohol abuse on the Pine Ridge reservation is a war of immeasurable proportions; sadly, it is but one of many wars afflicting the poverty-stricken reservation - wars such as unemp...
Jerry Reynolds
7/25/08
Part two WASHINGTON - On June 19, John Jurrius kept a scheduled appointment for an interview with Indian Country Today...
By David Capriccioso -- Today correspondent
7/24/08
Revamped Turtle Creek Casino is eco-friendly By David Capriccioso -- Today correspondent WILLIAMSBURG, Mich. - Go green!...

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