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NASA administrator Sean O'Keefe interview about Cmdr. John Herrington
The sound recording is of Indian Country Today correspondent Philip Chien interviewing NASA administrator Sean O'Keefe about Cmdr. John Herrington, following the STS-113 launch.
Head of Bureau of Indian Affairs announces retirement
WASHINGTON - On Nov. 21, Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Neal A. McCaleb, 67, announced his decision to retire from public service, informing President George W...
Astronaut John Herrington blasts off in to space
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. -- With an earth-rumbling roar, the space shuttle Endeavour took off at 7:50 pm (EST), Nov...
Alaska drilling puts NCAI in unaccustomed uproar
SAN DIEGO - As the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) met for its annual convention Nov...
Rain in Spain makes NASA wait again
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. - The next shot at the space shuttle launch that would take Chickasaw astronaut John Herrington to the Space Station could be tonight, Nov...
Reid's last gasp
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- An Indian Omnibus Bill with many needed provisions for Indian country passed Congress Nov...
Herrington's shuttle mission finally set to go
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. - The next launch attempt for astronaut John Herrington's flight aboard the STS-113 space shuttle mission was scheduled for Nov. 22, NASA announced Nov...
Herrington's mission schedule
Assuming acceptable weather at the launch site and emergency landing fields and cooperation from the hardware, here's the flight plan for Herrington's mission...
Shoshone payout bill dead
WASHINGTON - In the final hours before Congress adjourned, S. 958, the Western Shoshone Distribution Bill, died on Nov...
Calling on world opinion in Western Shoshone land swindle
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - More tribes should seek help from international human rights groups when the federal government steps on their sovereignty. That is the opinion of Robert T...
Senator Johnson lauds support
WASHINGTON - Sen. Tim Johnson, D-S.D. remembers who his friends are and that some of those friends come from reservations...
Steele beats Means to keep Oglala tribal presidency
PINE RIDGE, S.D. - It took three tries but John Yellow Bird Steele was re-elected as president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe Nov. 19, defeating Russell Means...
Signs of economic unity source of hope for Indian country
American Indian nations have a status that predates the country's designation of minority; there is a status beyond race and beyond numbers that resides in the long-term inhabitati...
One family's Individual Indian Money account odyssey
Johnnie P Flynn, Ph.D.
Researching the accounts When we opened the first box of Individual Indian Money (IIM) account records down in Fort Worth, Texas in the fall of 1998, my mother and aunt cried...
Oneida leaders sued in housing dispute
VERONA, N.Y. - A federal lawsuit accusing Oneida Nation officials of violating the civil rights of Oneidas was filed Nov. 13 in U.S...
Gift Horse: (continuation from part one)
Rachel A Qitsualik
If you give a gift that can never be repaid, you're making a statement about personal power. You're saying that, like a child, the receiver is potentially at your mercy...
Native cooking column: Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving. It comes around every year and must be dealt with fairly...
Montana/Wyoming Native First Accounts program
MONTANA - The Native American Development Corporation announced the public kickoff of its "Montana/Wyoming Native First Accounts" project to help unbanked Americans open up bank ac...
"Without Reservation" by XIT
The necessity for war is still in doubt
Plans to attack Iraq have encountered international resistance. It's not hard to understand why...
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