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Militarized police injure 167 people at Dakota Pipeline using water cannons, flash bang grenades and tear gas

11/28/2016 - As protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) ramp up, police may be getting more militarized and aggressive in their attempts to disperse picketing crowds. The Waking Times reports that some 167 people at the ongoing protests against the DAPL on the Standing Rock Sioux reservation were injured...

Victory? Public outrage may force Feds to revisit approval of the Dakota Access Pipeline

11/25/2016 - Those who are opposed to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) project may soon be able to declare a victory in their battle to stop its construction. As reported by Common Dreams, an independent pipeline expert says that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' environmental assessment of the DAPL is not sufficient,...

Another pipeline bursts in PA, endangering the drinking water of 6 million people ... same company behind Dakota Pipeline

11/3/2016 - While most of us are enjoying lower gasoline and natural gas prices these days – a big help to the family budget – it is increasingly difficult to defend the oil and gas industry when it keeps polluting our treasured natural resources. The most recent incident occurred in Pennsylvania,...

Dakota Access Pipeline violence grows as militarized police use extreme force, tear gas on praying protesters

11/1/2016 - Tensions are ratcheting up in a region of North Dakota where construction of a pipeline that will take oil to a refinery facility in Illinois is being built, as protestors objecting to the project are clashing with increasingly militarized police. The Bismark Tribune reported that police and protestors...

Farm owner arrested for protesting Dakota Access Pipeline's theft of her land

10/28/2016 - There have been countless stories across the web that have documented those struggling to fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Native Americans, farmers, ranchers, landowners and environmental activists have joined together to oppose the pipeline and bring the project to a grinding halt. Just...

Meet the journalist facing 45 years in jail for filming the tar sands pipeline protest in North Dakota

10/27/2016 - Are North Dakota authorities waging a war against the public's right to know about the ongoing Standing Rock pipeline protests? We are joined by documentary filmmaker Deia Schlosberg, who was charged earlier this month with three felonies for filming an act of civil disobedience in which climate activists...

Ridiculous: Reporting on the Dakota Pipeline may get journalist 45 years in jail

10/24/2016 - On October 11, journalist and documentary filmmaker, Deia Schlosberg, was arrested while filming, in her professional capacity, a protest in solidarity with the struggle against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Rather than recognizing the right of journalists to document First Amendment activity, the...

Attack dogs unleashed on Native Americans trying to protect their land from the Dakota Access Pipeline

9/8/2016 - The protests surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline took a violent turn over the weekend, when the private security firm hired to guard the controversial pipeline's construction unleashed attack dogs on the crowd of demonstrators. The protestors, who included women and children, had been peacefully...

Dakota Access Pipeline could contaminate a primary source of drinking water

9/6/2016 - The Dakota Access Pipeline could potentially contaminate important waterways that provide the Midwestern U.S. with drinking water, say activists and environmental groups fighting the proposal. Also referred to as the Bakken Oil Pipeline, the infrastructure would transport nearly 500,000 gallons of...

William Shatner proposes $30 billion water pipeline from Seattle to drought-stricken California

5/9/2015 - William Shatner, the actor who played Captain Kirk on the once popular show Star Trek, has proposed a $30 billion dollar plan that he says will save California from the problems the state has incurred as a result of the severe droughts. His big idea? Construct a water pipeline stretching form Seattle...

Arkansas residents continue to suffer one year after Exxon oil spill

2/14/2014 - Residents in Mayflower, Arkansas, have been sick, coughing and with chronic headaches. Many are leaving their neighborhood and moving somewhere safer. When one of ExxonMobil's pipeline's burst about a year ago, a major oil spill overtook their community. Oil poured through the streets and onto the...

Texas agency allows town to run pipeline through state park to avoid completely running out of water

12/8/2011 - A historic drought that has stricken much of Central Texas over the past several months has caused some rivers and water reservoirs in the Lone Star State to run dangerously low. But one Central Texas town, Groesbeck, located about two hours south of Dallas, looks like it will avoid completely running...

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