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One of President Trump's key priorities is updating and improving our nation's infrastructure. On the campaign trail he promised
The Sioux in ancient times did not have to contend with oil pipelines, but their tribal council got it right about the existential
On Tuesday, January 24, Donald Trump made a symbolic show of putting his signature on two presidential memorandums that demonstrate how his administration plans to deal with the environment.
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While the intent of the Trump administration is clear, there is still uncertainty around the approval timelines. For Keystone
President Donald Trump discusses building the controversial Keystone XL and North Dakota pipelines.
Whatever uncertainty there is about Donald Trump's actual agenda as president -- or more fundamentally about the legitimacy of his presidency -- there can be no doubt about his hostility to environmental protection and progress.
President-elect Donald Trump has made infrastructure investment one of his top priorities for the first few months of his administration. While the details of the program are still unclear, these investments may have real impact in the energy sector.
Americans who don't live in the West may think that the historic clash of Native Americans and pioneering settlers is long past. Not so. That classic American narrative is back big time, only the cowboys -- well, their right-wing representatives, anyway -- are on the warpath, trying to grab 640 million acres of public lands that they can plunder as if it were yesteryear.