- Battles for Native sovereignty are increasingly complex. Since the 1960s voting rights era, the intricacies of Indian water rights, protective laws for Native women, environmental justice, and other essentials of American Indian life have moved center stage
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
In its plan, the Defense Business Board proposes doing away with the traditional pension program for any members serving 20 years.
San Francisco's subway shut off cellphone service to thwart protesters, inciting a legal controversy. First Amendment scholars say they can't remember a time when a public agency in the U.S. moved to disrupt wireless traffic in quite that way.http://www.npr.org/blogs/babyproject/2011/08/15/139640652/pain-and-a-broken-epidural-a-mom-feels-alone-and-helpless-during-labor?sc=fb&cc=fp
Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld is being sued over the alleged torture of three U.S. citizens who were working as contractors in Iraq.
The wealthy investor challenges leaders to get serious about shared sacrifice.
Quick access to credit is not an easy thing for any small business to attain. But it's even harder for Native American Natural Foods. Its headquarters in South Dakota sits on tribal lands and therefore has no value that could be used as collateral for a loan.