Construction resumed on the Dakota Access pipeline project this week. Energy Transfer Partners says the pipeline could be operational as early as June.
By Courtney Norris
Poet Layli Long Soldier's forthcoming collection of poetry called "Whereas" is a critique of President Obama's 2010 apology to Native Americans for their mistreatment by the U.S. government.
By Mary Jo Brooks
On Sunday, the Army Corps of Engineers denied a crucial permit for construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, which was set to snake half a mile south of the Standing Rock Sioux reservation. But is the victory for the tribe…
By PBS NewsHour
The decision is seen as a victory by the thousands of ‘water protectors’ who have journeyed to the North Dakota prairie to protest the energy project.
By Jenni Monet
By Michael D. Regan
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Sunday they would not grant easement for the pipeline construction under Lake Oahe.
By PBS NewsHour
As temperatures in North Dakota plunge into the single digits, the standoff over an oil pipeline near a Native American reservation is intensifying. Monday is the deadline set by the Army Corps of Engineers and the state’s governor for thousands…
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
A spokesman said it was not related to President-elect Donald Trump's investments in a partnership building the $3.8 billion pipeline.
Recently released audio from a 2014 meeting between the Standing Rock Sioux and Dakota Access Pipeline executives contradict the company’s statements that it knew nothing of the tribe’s concerns about the new pipeline.
Dave Archambault II said they were notified that land north of the Cannonball River, including a protest camp, will be closed on Dec. 5.
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