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Indian Country mounts another fight after Donald Trump approves another pipeline Indian Country mounts another fight after Donald Trump approves another pipeline (03/24)
'Here we are again,' said Chairman Larry Wright of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska.
Native Sun News Today: Navajo elders continue long fight on disputed land Native Sun News Today: Navajo elders continue long fight on disputed land (03/24)
The Dineh resistance began in 1977, with intense direct actions organized by only a couple of local Dineh coordinators and interpreters.
Keystone XL Pipeline route crosses path of Ponca Tribe's forced removal Keystone XL Pipeline route crosses path of Ponca Tribe's forced removal (03/23)
Indian Country thought the controversial project was dead until President Donald Trump revived it just four days after taking office.
Rosalyn LaPier: Why water remains sacred to indigenous peoples Rosalyn LaPier: Why water remains sacred to indigenous peoples (03/23)
For the Blackfeet, Lakota and other Native American people, water does more than sustain life – it's the place of the divine.
Winona LaDuke: North Dakota spreads garbage about water protectors Winona LaDuke: North Dakota spreads garbage about water protectors (03/23)
Governor and state should address the garbage within the state before blaming water protectors.
Dakota Access submits another status update entirely under seal Dakota Access submits another status update entirely under seal (03/22)
The wealthy backers of the Dakota Access Pipeline appear closer than ever to completing their controversial project but there's no way for the public to know for sure.
Cronkite News: Copper mine on sacred Apache land in Arizona complains about delays Cronkite News: Copper mine on sacred Apache land in Arizona complains about delays (03/22)
The Resolution Copper Mine in Arizona would be operating by now in most countries, but is still years away from getting all the permits it needs in the U.S., a company official testified.
Dakota Access won't reveal latest status of pipeline to the public Dakota Access won't reveal latest status of pipeline to the public (03/20)
Citing alleged attacks on the pipeline, the project's wealthy backers are refusing to let the public know when oil will be flowing.
Mary Annette Pember: It's sugar bush time across Ojibwe country Mary Annette Pember: It's sugar bush time across Ojibwe country (03/20)
Tapping trees to make maple syrup is a time-tested Ojibwe tradition.
Hopi Tribe and Native activists lose cases over aging power plant Hopi Tribe and Native activists lose cases over aging power plant (03/20)
A federal appeals court sided with the Environmental Protection Agency in a complex dispute over the facility on the Navajo Nation.
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe sees another Dakota Access setback Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe sees another Dakota Access setback (03/20)
A federal appeals court refused to halt the controversial pipeline, which is almost ready to accept oil.
Native Sun News Today: Oglala Sioux Tribe battles uranium mining Native Sun News Today: Oglala Sioux Tribe battles uranium mining (03/20)
The Environmental Protection Agency plans to to issue underground water permits for the uranium mining and milling project opposed by the Oglala Sioux Tribe.
Native Sun News Today: Tribes promise fight against Keystone XL Native Sun News Today: Tribes promise fight against Keystone XL (03/15)
'The Dakota Access Pipeline resistance was just the preseason,' South Dakota Sen. Kevin Killer (D) said.
Options dwindling for tribes as Dakota Access prepares to move oil Options dwindling for tribes as Dakota Access prepares to move oil (03/13)
As thousands of Native citizens and allies participated in a historic march and rally to the White House, the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe was escalating a lawsuit in federal court.
Native Sun News Today: Tribes resume fight against Keystone XL permit in South Dakota Native Sun News Today: Tribes resume fight against Keystone XL permit in South Dakota (03/13)
Controversial pipeline would transport foreign oil, made with foreign steel, to foreign countries.
Native citizens rally in nation's capital to send message to Donald Trump Native citizens rally in nation's capital to send message to Donald Trump (03/10)
The large crowd braved wind, rain and even some snow to show the nation's president that Native people are still here and are still fighting.
Recap: Large crowd for Native Nations Rise rally at White House Recap: Large crowd for Native Nations Rise rally at White House (03/10)
A Twitter recap of the Native Nations Rise rally in front of the White House in Washington, D.C.
Recap: Thousands march to White House for Native Nations Rise Recap: Thousands march to White House for Native Nations Rise (03/10)
A Twitter recap of the Native Nations Rise march from the headquarters of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to the White House.
Dakota Access defends effort to keep oil spill documents secret Dakota Access defends effort to keep oil spill documents secret (03/09)
The wealthy backers of the pipeline keep bringing up the possibility for 'wrongdoers' to damage the controversial project.
Native Sun News Today: Water protectors take Dakota Access fight to D.C. Native Sun News Today: Water protectors take Dakota Access fight to D.C. (03/09)
With throngs headed to Washington, D.C., journalists received an answer to their plea to drop court claims against colleagues who were arrested for covering the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Agua Caliente Band wins major decision on rights to groundwater Agua Caliente Band wins major decision on rights to groundwater (03/07)
A federal appeals court sided with the southern California tribe in the critical first stage of the case.
Judge refuses to halt Dakota Access as pipeline nears completion Judge refuses to halt Dakota Access as pipeline nears completion (03/07)
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe suffered a legal setback with the controversial project just days away from being finished.
Dakota Access revises timeline after making 'very good progress' Dakota Access revises timeline after making 'very good progress' (03/06)
The pipeline is due to be laid under the Missouri River by the end of the week in anticipation of oil flowing as soon as next week.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe leads Native Nations Rise march in Washington Standing Rock Sioux Tribe leads Native Nations Rise march in Washington (03/06)
The event culminates with a march from the headquarters of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to the White House.
Ruling expected this week on injunction against Dakota Access Ruling expected this week on injunction against Dakota Access (03/06)
The outcome comes as tribes and activists are in Washington, D.C., for Native Nations Rise.
Miami Nation handles reburial of remains stolen from burial site Miami Nation handles reburial of remains stolen from burial site (03/03)
The first criminal enforcement of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act in southern Ohio led to indictments against four people.
Senate confirms Dakota Access ally to lead Energy Department Senate confirms Dakota Access ally to lead Energy Department (03/02)
Former Texas governor Rick Perry was paid by the two firms building the controversial pipeline and owns stock in them.
Dakota Access trying to keep oil spill documents from tribes and public Dakota Access trying to keep oil spill documents from tribes and public (03/02)
The wealthy backers of the controversial pipeline don't want the public to see documents related to oil spills.
North Dakota gains financially with completion of Dakota Access North Dakota gains financially with completion of Dakota Access (03/02)
The $110 million in taxes are more than enough to account for the $22 million that Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-North Dakota) said was spent on law enforcement in the past few months.
Fort Peck Tribes seek Keystone XL reroute to protect water supply Fort Peck Tribes seek Keystone XL reroute to protect water supply (03/01)
The controversial Keystone XL Pipeline is back on Indian Country's radar thanks to Republican President Donald Trump.
Winona LaDuke: Water protectors are still standing strong all over Winona LaDuke: Water protectors are still standing strong all over (03/01)
From one pipeline to another, the water protectors everywhere are standing strong.
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe waits for ruling on Dakota Access injunction Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe waits for ruling on Dakota Access injunction (02/28)
Construction crews continue work on the final portion of the controversial pipeline in North Dakota.
David Ganje: Wetlands management remains a mess in the United States David Ganje: Wetlands management remains a mess in the United States (02/28)
Wetlands play a role in the ecosystem and provide benefits for both people and wildlife.
Sioux Nation citizens seek to join Dakota Access Pipeline lawsuit Sioux Nation citizens seek to join Dakota Access Pipeline lawsuit (02/27)
The 13 citizens, a group that includes LaDonna Brave Bull Allard, are seeking to add President Donald Trump to the ongoing case.
Dakota Access files another status update on construction work Dakota Access files another status update on construction work (02/27)
Oil could be flowing as soon as March 6 as the wealthy backers seek to complete their pipeline amid legal challenges.

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