Iraq War Veteran's New Battle Is Fighting Dakota Access Pipeline
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 A Marine wounded in combat in Fallujah, Iraq, in 2004 has found new purpose as a self-proclaimed peaceful warrior fighting against a 1,172-mile pipeline that protesters fear threatens the water source of Native Americans in North Dakota.
Catcher Cuts The Rope, a member of the Lakota tribe, told filmmaker Keely Kernan that his...
The U.S. Army on Wednesday began the process of launching an environmental study of the Dakota Access pipeline crossing in North Dakota, a move that has been... VOA News - ScienceAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald •CJME •Reuters
Incoming President Donald Trump might quickly move to resolve the massive problem that Energy Transfer Partners has on its hands in the Dakota Access Pipeline,... OilPrice.com - MarketsAlso reported by •Reuters
WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry says he has stepped down from the boards of two energy companies that are developing the controversial Dakota... Seattle Times - WorldAlso reported by •Reuters