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The 43-mile pipeline was approved by the Trump administration after former Cadiz lobbyist David Bernhardt became deputy secretary of the interior.
The sisters say the project violates their religious conviction that the Earth is sacred.
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Standing Rock Sioux tribe vows to keep fighting against Dakota Access Pipeline; New study finds
Has there ever been a more important moment to come together? Five years ago in these pages I called for a Good Faith Alliance
Pipelines: This week the President took executive action to expedite approval of two high profile pipelines: The Keystone
* * Then and Now For a Major Water Supply - is shown in these satellite images of California's Lake Mead. OO Paris: If The
* * Source cci-reanalyzer.org Climate is warming twice as fast in Alaska than in the lower 48; No sea ice means many (dozens
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A struggling energy sector and environmental groups are both putting pressure on the government.
Then perhaps you could tell a more recent story of Indians and cowboys. Of the Standing Rock Sioux and Energy Transfer Partners in a stand off over a stretch of land; that spot where Montana meets North Dakota, that is rich in oil reserves.
Sunday night's police violence left 300 wounded and multiple people critically injured.
This is an unfortunate but common occurrence. Last month I went out with traditional leaders of the Zuni tribe in New Mexico
For those who have witnessed first hand the fragile vulnerability of human nature, the ease with which we slide into cruelty and barbarism, the election of Trump is very frightening indeed.