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Mark Fogarty
3/18/03
NEW YORK- American Indians are starting to see a bigger piece of this country's multi-billion dollar foundation pie...
David Melmer
3/18/03
DENVER - The American Indian College Fund continues to gather donations at a brisk pace. Down only a few percentage points, it still maintains its goal...
Courtesy of Eagle Newspapers
3/18/03
ONEIDA NATION HOMELANDS, N.Y...
Mark Fogarty
3/18/03
SANTA FE, N.M. - It's quite unusual for a foundation to grant money for land acquisition...
Jim Adams
3/18/03
MASHANTUCKET, Conn...
Elouise Cobell
3/17/03
Last week, Indian Country Today published the letter of five tribal chairmen criticizing our efforts to seek redress for the Department of Interior's historic and continuing misman...
E.S. Dempsey
3/17/03
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court issued rulings in two cases on March 4, one in favor of the White Mountain Apache Tribe and one against the Navajo Nation...
Jerry Reynolds
3/17/03
WASHINGTON - Chalk up another reason for tribes to assume all possible control over their own resources...
James May
3/17/03
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - What began as an investigation into alleged welfare fraud has turned into a potential landmark case that could have profound impacts on tribal sovereignty...
Staff Reports
3/17/03
Justice Souter delivered the opinion of the Court: The question in this case arises under the Indian Tucker Act: does the Court of Federal Claims have jurisdiction over the White M...
Staff Reports
3/17/03
Justice Ginsburg delivered the opinion of the Court: ?...
Staff Reports
3/14/03
The trust obligation of the federal government toward American Indian tribes was substantially upheld in a couple of Indian cases decided recently by the U.S. Supreme Court...
Jim Adams
3/14/03
WASHINGTON - Cases that the U.S. Supreme Court doesn't decide on often do more for Indian country than the cases it does...
Staff Reports
3/13/03
GAINESVILLE, Fla...
Robert Taylor
3/13/03
Dumont takes Aim at James Bay Hyrdo QUEBEC CITY, Quebec - The leader of one of the newest players in the political scene in Quebec provincial politics has said it will "re-launch" ...
Dale Carson
3/13/03
Zogalebi is what the Abenaki call maple syrup. However, most people just call it by it's nickname - DELICIOUS!...
Richard Walker
3/12/03
SEATTLE - For almost a century, totem poles stood as silent sentinels in many abandoned villages in the Pacific Northwest...
Mark Fogarty
3/12/03
WASHINGTON - The insurance crisis in Indian country has extended to Indian housing, industry leaders meeting here heard...
Editors Report
3/11/03
Yellow journalism is back in full force in America...

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