In our news wrap Monday, a federal judge has ordered the shutdown of the Dakota Access Pipeline pending an environmental review. The decision represents a major victory for the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. Also, Chicago suffered one of its bloodiest…
A judge on Monday ordered the Dakota Access pipeline shut down for additional environmental review more than three years after it began pumping oil — handing a victory to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and delivering a blow to President…
By Dave Kolpack, Associated Press
A U.S. district judge wrote that the easement approval for the pipeline remains "highly controversial" under federal environmental law, and a more extensive review is necessary than the environmental assessment that was done.
By Associated Press
The very public fight to stop a pipeline company from crossing sacred land and water may be helping open doors for a surge of content from Native filmmakers telling their own stories.
By Courtney Norris
By Grant Schulte, Associated Press
The proposed Keystone XL pipeline survived nine years of protests, lawsuits and political wrangling that saw the Obama administration reject it and President Donald Trump revive it, but now the project faces the possibility of death by economics.
By Russell Contreras, Associated Press
Blacks, Latinos and immigrant rights advocates say the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election, recent non-convictions of police officers charged in the shootings of black men, and the stepped-up detentions of immigrants and refugees for deportation have them questioning equality…
By Joshua Barajas
While the decision is a victory for Standing Rock Sioux tribe and other environmental activists, it does not stop operations for the 1,170-mile pipeline.
By Synclaire Cruel
The controversial Dakota Access Pipeline began shipping oil Thursday after months of protests by nearly 300 tribes created a national movement and drew international attention.
Energy Transfer Partners is coming under renewed scrutiny for two pipeline spills that released more than 2 million gallons of drilling fluid into Ohio wetlands earlier this month.
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