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Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Describing the fight over the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) as "a national crisis and an international scandal," a coalition of 26 environmental organizations on Monday called on leading banks to stop funding the project. "Citibank's leading role in financing the pipeline makes it complicit in gross violations of Indigenous and human rights." —...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer, Jon Queally, staff writer
"This is a process that doesn't end on November 8," said Shannon Jackson, executive director of Our Revolution. "We're going to work to keep people engaged, so we'll see a new generation of Bernie-crats in cycles to come." (Photo: Alexander Jonesi/cc/flickr)
On the eve of the U.S. election, one legacy of a highly contentious season is a...
Nika Knight, staff writer
Diesel leaches into tidal pools after a spill in the Great Bear Rainforest last month.
Canada Transportation Minister Marc Garneau made headlines this weekend when he...

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Many of Standing Rock's almost 20,000 Native water protectors, veterans and supporters marched, whooped and held "the world's largest prayer circle" Sunday to honor the Army Corps of Engineers' stunning decision to deny the easement for DAPL. While vowing to keep fighting if necessary, they celebrated an historic victory, the power of peace and prayer and protest, and their steadfast principle to "never give up." "This is what happens," said one, "when we organize."