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Police clash with North Dakota pipeline protesters, arrest one

Police clash with North Dakota pipeline protesters, arrest one

Hundreds of protesters opposed to a North Dakota oil pipeline project they say threatens water resources and sacred tribal lands clashed with police who fired tear gas at the scene of a similar confro

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Indian artifact treasure trove paved over for Marin County homes

Indian artifact treasure trove paved over for Marin County homes

A treasure trove of Coast Miwok life dating back 4,500 years - older than King Tut's tomb - was discovered in Marin County and then destroyed to make way for multimillion-dollar homes, archaeologists

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Native Americans

Native Americans

Other Free Encyclopedias » Law Library - American Law and Legal Information » Free Legal Encyclopedia: National Environmental Policy Act of (1969) to Notice

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Clean water likely to be restored to Glendive on Thursday after...

Clean water likely to be restored to Glendive on Thursday after...

GLENDIVE, Mont. - The threat of oil chemicals in Glendive’s drinking water will likely be resolved Thursday after an oil pipeline break in the Yellowstone River last Saturday. Workers spent Wednesday

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Water Cannons and Tear Gas Used Against Dakota Access Pipeline Protesters

Water Cannons and Tear Gas Used Against Dakota Access Pipeline Protesters

Last night hundreds of Dakota Access Pipeline protesters attempted to force their way through police barricades. They were met with water cannons, tear gas,and rubber bullets, resulting in dozens of i

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Two Nicor Gas Workers Injured, Townhouse Units Destroyed in Romeoville Explosion

Two Nicor Gas Workers Injured, Townhouse Units Destroyed in Romeoville Explosion

One worker is seriously injured and the other has reportedly suffered minor injuries.

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Bernie Sanders on the Dakota Access Pipeline & Treaty Rights Violations by U.S. Government

Bernie Sanders on the Dakota Access Pipeline & Treaty Rights Violations by U.S. Government

While former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton remained silent on the ongoing fight against the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline at Standing Rock in North Dakota, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders ha

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Willard Bay diesel leak not harsh to people, environment so far

Willard Bay diesel leak not harsh to people, environment so far

There's no sign so far of acute impacts around Willard Bay State Park from the Chevron Pipe Line Co. diesel spill, a state official said Wednesday. "e;We don't have an immediate human health or ecolo

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​Native American burial ground, village site destroyed for luxury California homes

​Native American burial ground, village site destroyed for luxury California homes

A 4,500-year-old Native American burial ground and village site was found in California, but the contents were eventually destroyed, reburied, and paved over for construction of multimillion-

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Taibbi on Amy Goodman Arrest for Covering Dakota Pipeline Story

Taibbi on Amy Goodman Arrest for Covering Dakota Pipeline Story

To Ladd Erickson: journalist Amy Goodman shouldn't be arrested for covering Dakota pipeline story.

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Pipeline route plan first called for crossing north of Bismarck

Pipeline route plan first called for crossing north of Bismarck

An early proposal for the Dakota Access Pipeline called for the project to cross the Missouri River north of Bismarck, but one reason that route was rejected was its potential

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Manning: ‘And Then the Dogs Came’: Dakota Access Gets Violent, Destroys Graves, Sacred Sit

Manning: ‘And Then the Dogs Came’: Dakota Access Gets Violent, Destroys Graves, Sacred Sit

Opponents of the Dakota Access Pipeline, or "water protectors," were attacked with dogs, pepper spray on Saturday near the site of the pipeline route.

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'Is That Not Genocide?' Pipeline Co. Bulldozing Burial Sites Prompts Emergency Motion

'Is That Not Genocide?' Pipeline Co. Bulldozing Burial Sites Prompts Emergency Motion

In a last ditch attempt to protect burial and prayer sites, North Dakota's Standing Rock Sioux late Sunday filed for a temporary restraining order to halt construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, w

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How the Dakota Access pipeline battle unfolded

How the Dakota Access pipeline battle unfolded

A timeline of events offers a glimpse at the Dakota Access pipeline project and the Standing Rock protests.

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About -- Headquarters U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

About -- Headquarters U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approximately 37,000 dedicated Civilians and Soldiers delivering engineering services to customers in more than 130 countries worldwide.

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Dakota Access Pipeline

Dakota Access Pipeline

The Dakota Access pipeline is proposed to transport light, sweet crude oil from the North Dakota Bakken region through South Dakota and Iowa into Illinois.

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Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Reasserts that DAPL Destroyed Sacred Places

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Reasserts that DAPL Destroyed Sacred Places

Published October 1, 2016 CANNON BALL, NORTH DAKOTA – The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe strongly disputes the claim that there were no sacred sites contained in the ground destroyed September 3 b…

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The sacred land at the center of the Dakota pipeline fight

The sacred land at the center of the Dakota pipeline fight

Corporate greed and potential environmental disaster are arguments against the Dakota Access Pipeline. But a big issue for the Standing Rock Sioux and other Native Americans is the threat to sacred la

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Destruction of Sacred Burial Grounds Prompts Federal Judge to Protect Some Tribal Sites fr

Destruction of Sacred Burial Grounds Prompts Federal Judge to Protect Some Tribal Sites fr

On Tuesday, a federal judge in Washington, D.C. halted construction on a portion of the contentious Dakota Access Bakken oil pipeline route, which falls on federal land. However, because the court lac

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Protestors are confronted during a demonstration against oil pipeline

Protestors are confronted during a demonstration against oil pipeline

Four private security guards and two guard dogs were injured after a protest of a four-state, $3.8billion oil pipeline in southern North Dakota turned violent on Saturday.

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Oil Company Destroys Burial Sites in Holiday Sneak Attack

Oil Company Destroys Burial Sites in Holiday Sneak Attack

Tear gas and dogs were used by private guards to attack Native Americans trying to protect burial grounds from Labor Day weekend destruction by Dakota Access Pipeline bulldozers. Six people were bitte

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Wall Street Is Prepared to Destroy Sacred Burial Grounds of the Sioux

Wall Street Is Prepared to Destroy Sacred Burial Grounds of the Sioux

The lineup of Dakota Access pipeline investors reads like a who’s who of the world’s big banksters. Their contributions continue a ruthless American tradition of racism, fascism and corporatism toward

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Archaeologists & Museums Denounce Destruction of Standing Rock Sioux Burial Grounds

Archaeologists & Museums Denounce Destruction of Standing Rock Sioux Burial Grounds

The Natural History Museum initiated this sign-on letter concerning the destruction of Native American burial grounds and sacred sites by the Dakota Access Pipeline company. If you are an archaeologis

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Dakota Access Pipeline: What's at stake?

Dakota Access Pipeline: What's at stake?

It's a $3.7 billion project that would cross four states and change the landscape of the US crude oil supply.

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North Dakota pipeline protest turns violent after cultural sites destroyed

North Dakota pipeline protest turns violent after cultural sites destroyed

Tribal officials say at least 30 people were pepper-sprayed after confronting construction crews for destroying burial and cultural sites near a reservation

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What to Know About the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests

What to Know About the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests

The controversy over the project shows no sign of going away

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Bernie Sanders on the Dakota Access Pipeline & Treaty Rights Violations by U.S. Government

Bernie Sanders on the Dakota Access Pipeline & Treaty Rights Violations by U.S. Government

While former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton remained silent on the ongoing fight against the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline at Standing Rock in North Dakota, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders ha

democracynow.org
Monuments and Mosques: A Debate Over What’s Sacred (An American Indian’s Perspective)

Monuments and Mosques: A Debate Over What’s Sacred (An American Indian’s Perspective)

CrazyHorse Memorial, South Dakota (Image source.) AK note: Today's posting comes from Simon Moya-Smith, the author behind I Am Not A Mascot. Simon is Oglala Lakota, writes for the Denver Post, and off

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Five things to know about the North Dakota Access Pipeline debate | Brookings Institution

Five things to know about the North Dakota Access Pipeline debate | Brookings Institution

In what looks to be a sequel to the Keystone XL Pipeline dispute, a group of climate activists, Native American groups, and landowners are opposing the construction of yet another oil pipeline. Since

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Native Americans protesting an oil pipeline are a “morally embarrassing reminder” of Ameri

Native Americans protesting an oil pipeline are a “morally embarrassing reminder” of Ameri

"We piled crime on top of crime on top of crime, against the people whose offense against us was simply that they lived where we wanted to live."

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