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Roberts' 'dishonesty' concerns Indian country
Supreme Court nominee John Roberts Jr...
American Indian cases await new Supreme Court head
WASHINGTON -- At least three major Indian cases are waiting for the first session in October of what would be the Roberts court, if Judge John Roberts Jr...
Families dig archaeology
Gale Courey Toensing
Hurricane Katrina uncovers a tale of two Americas
Most all of the white folks got out. Many people of color, it would seem, did not...
Modern architecture employs traditional designs
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Architect Lubor Trubka sits behind a rounded table in his 12th floor office overlooking picturesque Coal Harbor and Vancouver's bustling west end...
Keith Duane Jewett passes
WHITE HORSE, S.D. -- Keith Duane Jewett, "Akitia Najin" Standing Soldier, age 63, entered the spirit world Aug. 28 at his home near White Horse...
New science building for Sitting Bull College
FORT YATES, N.D...
Chief justice nominee Roberts shaped limits on sovereignty
WASHINGTON -- For better or worse, Supreme Court nominee John Roberts knows more about Indian law than any nominee in recent memory...
There are scores of college scholarships, many of them specifically geared toward American Indians and some for American Indians in specific fields of study...
Lewis & Clark College extends hand to Northwestern tribes
PORTLAND, Ore. -- As tribes come into their own, there's an increasing need for Indian teachers to fill the ranks...
Education program expands at Glacier National Park
ST. MARY, Mont. -- The millions of people who visit Glacier National Park each summer will soon have an opportunity to know the park's Native neighbors much better...
Ojibwe student finds her way in tribal college
Rick St. Germaine
Fond du Lac opens vistas in two worlds CLOQUET, Minn...
Violence Against Women Act up for renewal
RAPID CITY, S.D. -- There was a time, not long ago, when elder American Indian women were found sleeping in fields and abandoned cars just to escape from violence against them...
Turning point for the court
With little fanfare behind the winds of Katrina, a historic moment has arrived in the relations of American Indian nations with the constitutional structure that now rules the land...
Choctaw family recounts tale of survival
WINSLOW, Ariz. -- When New Orleans District Attorney Byron C...
Ninth Ward shares common fate of forgotten Indian peoples
The word "tragedy" can hardly signify the extent of the pain being suffered by many in the wake of Hurricane Katrina...
Mobile network operations center launched; Navajo field officers to have real-time database access
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz...
New York tax foreclosures revive painful memories
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y. -- Foreclosure stirs up a long, dark history for New York state American Indians...
Tips for teens looking ahead to college
GRAYSLAKE, Ill. -- The most important thing a high school student can do to get into the right college or university -- and get financial assistance for it -- is to plan ahead...
The star of empire
I recently came across a speech given in Chicago on Sept. 25, 1900 by Albert J. Beveridge, a senator from Indiana...
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