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While everyone argued about the election, the company constructing DAPL announced plans to defy Obama and begin drilling.
In an ominous sign for press freedom, documentary filmmaker Deia Schlosberg was arrested and charged with felonies for reporting on the pipeline protests.
Once you see who's funding the Dakota Access Pipeline, you'll know exactly why the media is silent.
Even if you cannot physically be at the pipeline protest, here are 10 ways you can help to make it successful.
On this day in 1862, the US government conducted the largest public execution in history — after sentencing 38 Dakota men to death following unfair trials.
As the Standing Rock Sioux continues to battle construction of DAPL, an oil spill just 200 miles from the reservation proves the need to protect water.
As thousands of veterans descended on Standing Rock, the Army Corps announced the $3.7 billion project won't proceed.
On Thanksgiving Day, during Native American Heritage Month, police are using tear gas, rubber bullets and water against Native American water protectors.
America has now passed a tipping point. Prior to Tuesday night, only five percent of the country lived in a place where cannabis is legal.
For covering the vicious attacks on protesters by pipeline guards, a mainstream media must now turn herself in or face being a fugitive from the law.