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US Government Steps In After Judge Rules Against Standing Rock Sioux
Federal judge denies tribe's request for injunction, but federal agencies issue statement pausing pipeline construction
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'Whose Side Are You On?' Dakota Access Emerges as Pivotal Battleground
With so much at stake and with so much attention thrust on the stretch of land at the convergence of the Missouri and Cannonball Rivers, the silence on the part of the country's leaders has been deafening
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Tribes Secure Limited Victory with Partial Halt on Dakota Pipeline
Emergency request for a restraining order was filed in response to the holiday weekend desecration of sacred sites
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Enbridge Spreads Tentacles to Acquire Spectra, Creating 'Pipeline Enemy #1'
Merger 'would only enhance the power of the oil and gas industry to manipulate the energy marketplace and encourage the continued use of fracking,' says Wenonah Hauter
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Why the Founder of Standing Rock Sioux Camp Can’t Forget the Whitestone Massacre
We must remember we are part of a larger story. We are still here. We are still fighting for our lives on our own land.
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Dakota Access Opposition Ramps Up in Iowa After Judge Rejects Restraining Order
Activists planning nonviolent protest at pipeline construction site on Wednesday
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As Court Hears Arguments in Dakota Pipeline Suit, Protesters Say 'Protect Our Water'
Federal court hears arguments regarding Standing Rock Sioux's motion to stop construction on $3.8 billion pipeline project
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Officials Pull Water Supply as Dakota Access Protest Swells in Number and Spirit
Thousands join protest camp as supporters are holding a rally in Washington D.C. on Wednesday outside of Army Corps hearing
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Tribal Activists Defy Lawsuit, Vow Continued Resistance Against Dakota Pipeline
'When the president of the U.S. came to Cannonball, I did not ask him for anything,' said leader of Standing Rock Sioux, 'but knowing what I know now, I wish I would have asked President Obama to help us in this struggle.'
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TransCanada Files NAFTA Suit Demanding More Than $15 Billion for Keystone XL Rejection
On June 24, foreign oil company TransCanada filed a lawsuit against the U.S. under NAFTA , the North American Free Trade Agreement, arguing that the U.S. rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline violated NAFTA’s broad rights for foreign investors by thwarting the company’s “expectations.” As...
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