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Tribes will ramp up efforts to hold corporations accountable for climate change after the energy industry invested another $5 million to stop their campaign.
Corporations aren't supposed to own ranches in North Dakota but Dakota Access got away with it in the name of a $3.8 billion oil pipeline.
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has a new leader after voters ousted Dave Archambault II at the polls.
The $29.2 million Standing Rock Rural Water Supply System will serve about 10,000 people on the reservation.
A year after the #NoDAPL movement burst onto the scene, Indian County remains united in calling for the shutdown of the controversial crude oil pipeline.
Despite tribal complaints, Drew Wrigley, who called Dakota Access Pipeline opponents 'unlawful,' appears poised to secure the top federal prosecutor's spot in North Dakota.
Former North Dakota lieutenant governor Drew Wrigley accused everyone at the #NoDAPL encampment of engaging in an 'unlawful' protest.
Top officials in North Dakota relied on a security firm hired by the wealthy backers of the Dakota Access Pipeline but none of them bothered to ask about the firm's legal status.
The fight over the Dakota Access Pipeline is entering a new phase after a federal judge ordered the Trump administration to conduct an environmental review of the controversial project.
Shortly after President Trump’s announcement about climate change, four Native Nations announced their plans to support the Paris agreement.
A jury in North Dakota acquitted chairman Dave Archambault and council member Dana Yellow Fat in connection with an incident at a Dakota Access Pipeline construction site.
Thanks to President Donald Trump, the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline is now operational.
It's election season for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Ten candidates, including incumbent Dave Archambault II, are seeking the chairman's post.
Tribal leaders and activists say it's only a matter of time before the Dakota Access Pipeline causes significant harm.
Even though the pipeline is already complete, the tribe is still hoping to convince a federal judge to stop the oil from flowing.
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.
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.
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe suffered a legal setback with the controversial project just days away from being finished.
The event culminates with a march from the headquarters of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to the White House.
Tensions continue to simmer as the Dakota Access Pipeline becomes more of a reality with every passing day.
With all hope lost in the Trump administration, more tribes and tribal advocates are joining the court fight.
Since January 20, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe have lost all of their allies in the federal government.
Construction crews have completed drilling a 'pilot hole' and are making it bigger in order to install a 30-inch pipe under the Missouri River in North Dakota.
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is no longer willing to accept Sacred Stone, the original #NoDAPL encampment.
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe are pushing hard to stop the controversial project.
The decision from the Donald Trump administration marks another slight to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
Mistrust of the new Trump administration is running high as Indian Country tries to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-California) is toeing the Republican party line when it comes to the controversial project.
The fight over the Dakota Access Pipeline is entering a crucial phase as tribes and their citizens place their faith in a system of justice that hasn't always addressed their concerns.
The agency with a long history of mistrust in Indian Country prepared a legal and technical analysis as part of the Trump administration's push for the pipeline.
President Donald Trump and his new administration continue to wage war against Indian Country.
Non-native media outlets such as The Daily Haze must be eyed with caution.
Tribal government, grassroots indigenous leaders and allies renewed vows to triumph in preventing construction of the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines through unceded 1851 Ft. Laramie Treaty territory.
Seven banks—including Wells Fargo, TD Bank, and Citibank—will meet with Standing Rock Sioux leaders after months of intense defund-DAPL pressure.
Chairman Dave Archambault II of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has asked President Donald Trump for a meeting.
Massive dams, sprawling highways, poisonous mines, radioactive nuclear facilities, dangerous military ranges and other developments have been imposed on tribes by Washington.
Just days into the new Republican regime, a new war opens against Indian Country.
American University initially took no position on the 9-foot-tall wooden statue but changed course after hearing from an FBI-affiliated group.
A hearing in federal court isn't expected for another two months but it's going to be a big one.
As thousands of Dakota Access Pipeline opponents responded to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s appeal to fold up their tents for the winter, organizers turned attention toward a boycott of investment banks and other campaigns to prevent revival of the project.
As thousands of Dakota Access Pipeline opponents in resistance camps responded to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s appeal to fold up their tents for the winter, organizers turned attention toward a boycott of investment banks and other campaigns to prevent revival of the project.
The connections between Republican president-elect Donald Trump and the controversial pipeline continue to get stronger.
We cannot afford to lose momentum and continue to be on edge due to the Dakota Access presence at the drill pad.
As thousands of veterans seeking to halt the Dakota Access Pipeline gathered in North Dakota, the Obama administration denied a key permit for the project.
I know we have prayed and continue to do so. Now you must believe in your prayer.
The Department of the Army will not approve an easement that would allow the proposed Dakota Access pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe in North Dakota.
'Hundreds of tribes came together in a display of tribal unity not seen in hundreds of years.'
With their determination to act as human shields, the Veterans Stand For Standing Rock are re-focusing attention on the brutalities suffered at the hands of the state of North Dakota.
Every time the state of North Dakota and Morton County have had the opportunity to de-escalate, they favor the more violent course.
Tensions continue to escalate after the Obama administration opened up the largest #NoDAPL campsite to hostile authorities in North Dakota.
A Thanksgiving week that started off with a brutal crackdown ended with major upheaval as the Obama administration closed off public land to the largest #NoDAPL campsite in North Dakota.
Evidence continues to mount of the extreme violence and extreme tactics employed by Morton County Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier.
The upcoming tribal leader address has been canceled, with Republicans claiming it was about protecting public safety.
With Republican Donald Trump headed to the White House, Native women led a huge demonstration in the nation's capital, calling for an end to the controversial project.