Dakota Access Pipeline

Protesters march during a demonstration against the Dakota Access Pipeline on March 10, 2017, in Washington, D.C.

Water Protector Denies Claims That DAPL Workers Have Been Threatened

“They haven’t been attacked,” says Joye Braun of the Indigenous Environmental Network. “We have.”

Protesters march during a demonstration against the Dakota Access Pipeline on March 10, 2017, in Washington, D.C.

Oil Scheduled To Start Flowing Through DAPL This Week

The pipeline will be able to carry the substance from North Dakota to Illinois.

The Depart Foundation hosts Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Chairman Dave Archambault II for the first public conversation in Los Angeles about the Dakota Access Pipeline on December 15, 2016, in Los Angeles, California.

Standing Rock Chairman Speaks Out Against Pro-DAPL Rumors

Some have accused Chairman Dave Archambault II of selling out in the fight against the pipeline.

Eva Cardenas stands before a tipi that reads, "Water is life," at the National Mall on March 10, 2017.

Why This Xicana, Indigenous Activist Helped Organize the Native Nations Rise March

Eva Cardenas has spent much of her organizing life protecting migrant rights. Now, she’s bringing that passion into Indigenous battles.

Colorlines screenshot of video, taken on March 9, 2017.

WATCH: A Sneak Peek of What to Expect at the Native Nations Rise March in DC

The march is demanding that the White House stop ignoring Indigenous voices.

Harold Frazier, chairman of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, leaves the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on February 28, 2017, in Washington, D.C., for an earlier hearing on the court case.

Judge Denies Tribal Request to Halt DAPL on Religious Claims

The developer says oil may start flowing in the pipeline as soon as March 13.

Demonstrators rally near Trump Tower while protesting the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline on February 4, 2017, in Chicago, Illinois.

Native People and Allies in D.C. to Launch Week of Anti-DAPL Actions

The week kicks off with open mic and cultural arts events to lead up to the march Friday, March 10.

Hundreds of people sit in silent protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline outside the offices of the Army Corps of Engineers November 15, 2016. in Washington, D.C.

Confidential Memo Claims DAPL Route Doesn't Disproportionately Impact Poor Communities

In reality, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe has a poverty rate of about 40 percent. 

A demonstrator holds an upside down American flag during a protest near the site of a fundraiser attended by former President Barack Obama on April 3, 2013, in San Francisco, California.

Keystone XL Exempt From Trump's U.S. Steel Requirement

Instead, its materials come from Italy,  India and Canada.

Demonstrators rally downtown before marching to Trump Tower while protesting the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline on February 4, 2017, in Chicago, Illinois.

Divestment Movement Against Dakota Access Continues With Investor Pulling $34.8M

A Norwegian firm withdrew funds from three companies that partially own the $3.78 billion pipeline project.

These flags from different tribal nations once dotted Flag Road in the Oceti Sakowin Camp. Now, authorities have cleared out the camp and are on track to begin cleanup.

Tribal Chairman Responds to White House After 46 Arrested During DAPL Camp Evacuation

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is contradicting the administration's claims that it was in contact with them during the militarized raid.

Campers set structures on fire in preparation of the Army Corp's 2 p.m. CT deadline to leave the Oceti Sakowin protest camp on February 22, 2017, in Cannon Ball, North Dakota.

What 4 Indigenous Women Have to Say About Standing Rock's Ongoing Fight

Authorities are clearing out the Oceti Sakowin Camp, though water protectors remain. What does the end of the largest camp mean for the movement?

Campers prepare for the Army Corp's 2 p.m. deadline to leave the Oceti Sakowin protest camp on February 22, 2017 in Cannon Ball, North Dakota.

Police Move in on Water Protectors Who Remain at Standing Rock

Officers have reportedly arrested six people.

Water Protectors at Standing Rock Camps Face Eviction in 24 Hours

Women at the camps have issued a final call to all media, activists and allies to stand with them.

Illustration courtesy of Gingger Shankar

Water Protectors Call on Women to Join Them at Standing Rock This Weekend

"As care takers of Unci Maka (Mother Earth) and Life-givers we hold a responsibility to secure the future for our children and the next seven generations to come."

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Natural Gas Pipeline Explodes in Texas

People living more than 50 miles away felt it happen.

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UPDATE: Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Challenges Latest DAPL Move in Court

The tribe has filed a motion to expedite the case before oil starts flowing. 

Photo of Phillips 66 pipeline fire

Worker Missing in Louisiana Pipeline Explosion Assumed Dead

It took four days for responders to extinguish the blaze caused by the accident.

Members of the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force stand outside of a press conference regarding the San Bernardino, California, shooting on December 2, 2015.

The FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force is Monitoring Standing Rock Water Protectors

Civil rights attorney Lauren Regan: "The idea that the government would attempt to construe this indigenous-led nonviolent movement into some kind of domestic terrorism investigation is unfathomable to me."

Photo courtesy of Phillips 66

Louisiana Pipeline Explodes, Injuring 2 Workers and Leaving 1 Missing

Nearby, activists and residents are fighting to stop construction of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline.