Here's a closer look at the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The pipeline is far from dead. But it’s also still far from a sure thing.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will not grant a permit for the pipeline.
Activists are calling on the president to intervene, but he has little power to stop the pipeline.
A primer on the body of law that has everything to do with the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Standing Rock also saw a small victory in the form of a letter from Wells Fargo to tribal elders.
Military leaders are warning about climate change causing an "unimaginable" refugee crisis. But we should help migrants, not demonize them.
Loggers depleted 3,000 square miles of the Amazon from August 2015 to July 2016.
Early drafts of the report highlighted water contamination, but the final version was more fracking-friendly.