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Native American tribes that tried to block the Dakota Access oil pipeline during a months-long standoff with authorities in North Dakota more than a year ago are carrying on their fight in federal court.
A federal Judge has temporarily halted the Bayou Bridge Pipeline on environmental grounds. The pipeline would cut across Louisiana’s pristine Atchafalaya Basin in order to connect the Dakota Access Pipeline to the Gulf coast.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced that America suffered a record amount of damage in 2017 from natural disasters, with a tab of more than $306 billion.
North Dakota is a big place with a small population: 750,000. So, farmers send a lot of their harvest overseas, and elected officials know full well: Exports are the state’s lifeblood.
The US government has a proven program that's boosting exports and creating rural jobs. North Dakotans want it expanded.
With an ally in the White House and declining demand for oil in the US, American companies are pushing to expand the nation's oil infrastructure in order to export crude overseas.
When I ask conservatives in Middle America about climate change, the mood nearly always grows tense.
Following Sunday evening's victory — winning postponement of the Dakota Access Pipeline — the Standing Rock protest camp was battered by a strong blizzard.
Months of protest in North Dakota came to a head over the weekend — and not at all in the way people were expecting. But they're beyond thrilled with the decision.