President Donald Trump has pledged allegiance to what he calls America’s “energy dominance.” This is good news for the oil and gas industry.
A high-stakes battle is underway on multiple front lines across America, as Native American and climate change activists square off against oil and pipeline companies racing to lay as much infrastructure into the ground as quickly as possible.
New realities about the nearly yearlong Standing Rock demonstration started to be realized.
A new hearing calling for a halt in construction of the last leg of the Dakota Access Pipeline is scheduled for Feb. 27. Many believe it may be the tribes’ last legal hope.
For the foot soldiers behind the Dakota Access Pipeline protests, the battle isn’t over.
President Donald Trump claims he hasn’t “had one call from anybody” about the Dakota Access Pipeline. So we think it’s time to make your thoughts known on the controversial energy project.
It’s as though the long months of protests and delays over the Dakota Access Pipeline were whisked away in an instant.
Journalist Jenni Monet, who has been blogging for Reveal from Standing Rock, was among 76 people arrested during a sweep of a camp.
North Dakota’s new governor, Doug Burgum, shares much with his predecessor, Jack Dalrymple, including support of the hotly contested Dakota Access Pipeline.
A Native American journalist embedded at Standing Rock will be blogging for Reveal as events unfold on the ground in North Dakota.