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...
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has set an early December deadline for American Indians and others to leave an encampment in North Dakota where they've been entrenched for months protesting the Dakota Access pipeline. Tribes including the Standing Rock and Cheyenne River...
For months, protesters have lived in tents during the freezing North Dakota winter in opposition to the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. On Wednesday,... CBS News - USAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald •Seattle Times
A group of more than 120 investors on Friday told 17 banks financing construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline that the project should be rerouted away from a... Huffington Post - BusinessAlso reported by •New Zealand Herald •OilPrice.com •Seattle Times
Anti-pipeline activists in North Dakota could face arrest if they don't move out of their protest camp. Work on the Dakota Access Pipeline is nearing completion.... CBS News - USAlso reported by •Seattle Times