Dakota Access Pipeline

Politics
The absurdity of a white supremacist slur laid bare.
Politics
Energy Transfer Partners wants to ensure foes don't launch websites like "energytransfer.sucks."
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Newly released emails reveal the behind-the-scenes role played by retired Brig. Gen. Robert Crear at the Army Corps of Engineers.
Environment
“People tend to think that #NoDAPL really shed a light on Standing Rock, but there are so many more issues.”
Environment
This story was produced and originally published by Grist and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration
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Your Energy, an industry front group, claims to have recruited 10,000 people to its cause of battling pipeline protesters.
Green
Kinder Morgan has paid state police more than $957,000 to guard their pipeline, a source says.
Politics
The congressman urged state officials to think about climate change, pollution and Native American rights.
Politics
Nebraska state regulators voted to approve the pipeline, but rejected the proposed route, making its future uncertain.
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The spill this week is the largest in the existing pipeline's history.
Entertainment
The actress was arrested last year while protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Queer Voices
A wooden flute plays strong and slow in a room provided by San Francisco Housing Authority. Huaraches and orange juice nourish
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“The past is never dead. It’s not even past.”  William Faulkner In March 1865, as the Civil War approached its fiery end