Activists and tribal leaders hope the totem pole calls President Joe Biden's attention to protect culturally significant sites across the country that are threatened by climate change and the fossil fuel industry.
In a much-anticipated federal court hearing on Friday, April 9, attorneys from the Department of Justice and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said they have not made up their minds on what to do about the embattled North Dakota pipeline, likely leaving its fate in the hands of a federal judge.
BISMARCK - Red Fawn Fallis will proceed to trial in December, but not in Bismarck.The Dakota Access Pipeline protester accused of shooting at officers will go to jury trial beginning Dec. 5 in Fargo. On Wednesday, Sept. 13, Chief Judge Daniel Hov...
BISMARCK - Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate in last year's presidential race who spray painted construction equipment during the Dakota Access Pipeline protests, has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor criminal mischief, court records filed Wednes...
MORTON COUNTY, N.D. - Recent "coordinated physical attacks" along the Dakota Access Pipeline route have posed threats to life, physical safety and the environment, Dakota Access LLC said in court records filed late Monday, March 20.
WASHINGTON – A federal judge ruled against Native American tribes Tuesday, March 7, in their request to stop construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, but attorneys for the tribes say the court battle has just begun.
Protesters near the site of the Dakota Access pipeline are bracing for a stand-off with law enforcement as they face orders to evacuate a camp that has served as the base of their opposition to the multibillion-dollar project.
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By Timothy McLaughlin and Terray Sylvester / Reuters