Dakota Access

The Standing Rock Sioux will not back down

Trump's executive order is renewing the fight.

read between the pipelines

The Trump administration just hinted at approving controversial pipelines.

The DAPL fight isn't over yet.

Can't bayou me love

The Dakota Access fight is moving to Louisiana.

Energy Transfer Partners is trying to build a pipeline in Louisiana to carry oil from DAPL to refineries on the Gulf Coast.

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come on shailene

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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.