Dakota Access

come on shailene

A celebrity guide to supporting environmental activists without stealing the spotlight

The #NoDAPL movement provides lessons for how to be a good ally -- and some missteps to avoid.

Watch these veterans explain why they went to Standing Rock

“I didn’t go to war three times to see this happen to my own people on my own soil."

faith-ful elector

One of Hillary Clinton’s faithless electors went to Faith Spotted Eagle. Here’s who that is.

Spotted Eagle has organized against the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines.

big oil, big spills

Pipeline spills 176,000 gallons 150 miles from Standing Rock.

Over 37,000 gallons of crude oil have been recovered.

You mad, bro?

Dakota Access Pipeline company takes the fight to courts.

A motion filed in a Washington, D.C., district court requests a summary judgment nullifying the Army Corps' decision.

How Standing Rock sparked a national movement toward environmental justice

Here's a closer look at the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

The Standing Rock Sioux will be ready to take a Trump challenge to courts

The pipeline is far from dead. But it’s also still far from a sure thing.

show's not over

Despite victory for Standing Rock Sioux, Energy Transfer Partners vows Dakota Access Pipeline will go on.

Other route alternatives aren't looking good, either.

Surprise!

The Dakota Access Pipeline will have to find another route.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will not grant a permit for the pipeline.