The Dakota Access Pipeline progressing across Southern Story and Northern Polk Counties in Central Iowa on September 13, 2016, when it was still being built.

#NoDAPL Camps Move to Iowa Where Legal Battle Continues

Landowners argue that the Iowa Utilities Board wrongfully took their land via eminent domain.

A creek weaves through the rolling hills of South Dakota near the land where the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would pass on October 13, 2014, south of Pierre, South Dakota. This land could be impacted by a potential future spill if the pipeline happens.

ICYMI: Iowa Pipeline Spills 138K Gallons of Diesel Fuel Mix

The accident happened roughly 200 miles northeast of where the Dakota Access Pipeline would enter Iowa from South Dakota.

A Native American tribe member participates during a rally on the Dakota Access Pipeline August 24, 2016, outside U.S. District Court in Washington, DC. Activists held a rally in support of a lawsuit against the Army Corps of Engineers.

New Supporters Get Involved in Dakota Access Pipeline Battle, Including the UN

Over 30 were arrested yesterday as Iowans mobilized.  

Daniel Trelka in navy police uniform behind brown podium with red, white and blue American flag in background

City in Iowa Gave Black Teen Hush Money After Police Assault

A new report says Waterloo officials gave Malcolm Anderson an additional $5,000, on top of his $95,000 settlement, to not speak to media or civil rights groups.

Rep. Steve King in navy suit with white shirt and red tie

Rep. Steve King Says No Other 'Subgroup' Did More for Civilization Than Whites

This is the same guy who tried to keep Harriet Tubman off the $20 bill.

NPR Deems Illinois the 'Perfect State' to Illustrate America's Racial Makeup

The conclusion is one of several made by NPR as part of their ‘Perfect State Index.’

Donald Trump Admonishes Turban-Wearing Protestor at Iowa Rally

“He wasn’t wearing one of those hats, was he?”

NAACP Checks Iowa on Felony Disenfranchisement Credit Check Rule

NAACP scores voting rights victory, but Iowa stands its ground on refusing automatic voting rights restoration for ex-felons.

A Nice NSFW Public Service Announcement About Iowa

This video kindly reminds us that Iowa voted Democrat in 5 out of the last 6 elections.

Iowa Caucus and How the State Is Much Whiter Than the Rest of U.S.

The overwhelmingly white voters today will choose which candidates the country will have to consider seriously.

Native Human Rights Advocate Defies Conservative Attacks in Iowa

Karen Mackey, executive director of the Sioux City Human Rights Commission has stood up amid political controversy driven by the right.