Federal Government Cuts Number of Contractors Restoring Power in Puerto Rico
Hundreds of thousands of residents are still without electricity.
Trump Administration Moves Forward to Remove Protections on Drinking Water
The Clean Water Rule may be killed before it was able to take effect.
UPDATE: Judge Likely to Make Decision on DAPL Operations in September
A U.S. District Court judge will hear arguments from both sides throughout the summer.
Senators Ask Army Corps for Documentation on Dakota Access Pipeline Environmental Reviews
They worry that the now-completed project lacked proper governmental oversight.
Construction Begins on Final Segment of Dakota Access Pipeline
The Army granted an easement, ignoring the Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s request for further analysis.
UPDATE: DAPL Opponents Plan International Day of Emergency Actions
Movement leaders are also organizing a march in Washington.
Army Files Court Papers to Greenlight Dakota Access Pipeline
“Trump and his administration will be held accountable in court,” said an attorney for the Standing Rock Sioux.
#NoDAPL Tribal Leaders Testify Before International Human Rights Commission on Abuses
Native women’s rights and excessive force by law enforcement were discussed in-depth.
Company Behind Dakota Access Pipeline Wants Courts to Allow It to Finish Construction
Energy Transfer Partners filed paperwork requesting a judge reverse the Army Corps of Engineers latest decision.
10 Inspiring Moments from the #NoDAPL Victory
Images of a victory well-earned and worth celebrating.
ICYMI: #NoDAPL Camp Facing Eviction on December 5
The Army Corps of Engineers ordered the land cleared just five days after one woman was severely injured.