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‘The Beginning and End of Rape’
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Crazy Candidates Not Named Trump Pt. 1
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GOP platform includes Native-specific language and goals
WASHINGTON – Delegates and leaders of the Republican National Convention have approved a national party platform for the next four years that includes several Indian-focused provis...
Benson campaign: Stevens indictment is moving voters her way in House race
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – If only one English sentence can hint at all the distress felt in Republican circles over the prosecution of Sen...
Heading up the majority
Gale Courey Toensing
PINE RIDGE, S.D. – As the U.S...
Weighing the candidates’ Native education platforms
WASHINGTON – Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama, the presumptive Republican and Democratic presidential candidates, respectively, both say they care a lot about education...
Arizona’s rural Native voters are disenfranchised
PHOENIX – The primary season involving Legislature seats in Arizona has been especially nasty for three Navajo candidates whose filing petitions were challenged because they listed...
McCain: At a crossroads with Indian country
WASHINGTON – With John McCain in the chairman’s seat, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs reported in June 2006 on the efforts of former Republican lobbying impresario Jack Abra...
Native press lacks equal access to presidential campaigns
WASHINGTON – Looking for a Native journalist to ask a hard-hitting question on, say, tribal sovereignty issues as part of Sen. Barack Obama’s or Sen...
Major Native event to open DNC
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER – Colorado’s first residents will offer the first official welcome to the Democratic National Convention in Denver Aug...
Southern California tribes call for repeal of P.L. 280
Victor Morales, Today correspondent
SAN JACINTO, Calif...
Victory for Yup’ik speakers
Bobbie Whitehead, Today correspondent
Republican Natives react favorably to Palin VP selection
WASHINGTON – As Gov...
Russell Means, fish-in activist, asserts treaty rights and discounts both the DNC and RNC
Carol Berry, Today correspondent
DENVER—Six trout were caught – one over the legal limit of five – and some license plate numbers were recorded by law enforcement during a recent fish-in at a lake in South Dakota,...
Foxwoods awards $1.8 million Wheel of fortune Megajackpot
MASHANTUCKET, Conn. – Foxwoods Resort Casino awarded $1.8 million Wheel of Fortune progressive MegaJackpot Jan. 10...
Cherokee Nation staff recognized for service to Vocational Rehab Program
Yuma teacher’s ‘heart’ in running off diabetes
Willima Roller, The Sun
YUMA, Ariz. (AP) – Although he wears a silly costume, Tom Vosberg seriously takes to heart keeping students physically fit. That is why Vosberg created “Dr...
Food for thought on Diabetes
Caroline Trapp, Special to Today
L et’s celebrate the New Year with some ideas about food and health...
Small changes; big impact
Charlotte Hofer, Special to Today
M aybe you made the New Year’s resolution to lose weight. If so, great, because the weight you’re at really does make a difference in determining cancer risk...
Eagle feathers to give beloved one safe passage
Zachery James Funke will be cremated and his ashes shared between the two Native American families to which he belongs, a relative said Monday...
Native officials in Montana warily welcome feds' reservation crime push
Last year, Margaret Campbell was among the Montana lawmakers who worked hard to highlight the problem of violent crime on the state's Indian reservations...
Support Native Alaskan Students
When the United States purchased Alaska from the Russian Empire in 1867, it did not simply grow by 663,000 square miles; it also accepted responsibility for the people living withi...
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