Rob Capriccioso
8/30/08
DENVER - By the close of the Democratic National Convention, many Indian attendees seemed confident that Sen...
By Carol Berry -- TODAY CORRESPONDENT
8/30/08
By Carol Berry -- Today correspondent DENVER - Native issues were at the forefront outside the high-security Democratic National Convention as activists gathered to raise their voi...
Rob Capriccioso
8/29/08
DENVER - Top party officials say this year;s Democratic National Convention is the most diverse in party history and American Indians are playing a central role in many key positio...
Letter to the Editor
8/29/08
The United States is currently struggling with illegal immigration. Is history repeating itself?...
Editors Report / Indian Country Today
8/29/08
The mission of Team Obama at the Democratic National Convention was threefold: to ;'introduce'' the candidate and his running mate to the country; to project party unity in the aft...
Steven Newcomb / Indigenous Law Institute
8/29/08
In June 1542, a Portuguese conquistador and explorer, Juan Cabrillo, set sail under a Spanish flag from Navidad (today;s Acapulco, Mexico). On Sept...
Kim TallBear / Oak Lake Writers; Society
8/29/08
On May 19 at Crow Agency, Mont., Barack Obama received a Crow name that translates as ;'One who helps people throughout the land'' [Indian Country Today, Vol. 27, Iss. 51]...
Staff Reports
8/29/08
DENVER - By the close of the Democratic National Convention, many Indian attendees seemed confident that Sen...
Kara Briggs / Today correspondent
8/29/08
Northwest tribal health advocates say the rising cost of fuel is exacerbating budget shortfalls at tribal and IHS clinics, and it is increasing the suffering of Indian people who n...
Gale Courey Toensing / Indian Country Today
8/29/08
BANGOR, MAINE - A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a group of Passamaquoddy Indians against the BIA over the leasing of tribal land for a proposed liquefied natural g...

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