North Dakota

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What You Need to Know About the Voter ID Law SCOTUS Refused to End

Native Americans say the North Dakota law was designed to keep them from the polls and violates the Voting Rights Act, the U.S. Constitution and the state Constitution. The Supreme Court just declined to get involved.

Military veterans confront police guarding a bridge near Oceti Sakowin Camp on the edge of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation on December 1, 2016, outside Cannon Ball, North Dakota, during a protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Company Behind DAPL Removes Private Security Firm From Site

Energy Transfer Partners spokesperson: “We continue to have security measures in place in North Dakota, just no longer need boots on the ground.”

Pipelines in Williston, North Dakota, on June 15, 2011.

December Pipeline Spill in North Dakota 3 Times Larger Than Original Estimates

It happened 150 miles from where resistance efforts to the Dakota Access Pipeline took place.

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 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.

North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple speaks at the first annual Demographics Conference in Bismarck, North Dakota, on the state's diversified economy and how it is managing the fluctuations in the energy and agriculture industries.

North Dakota Governor Orders Immediate Evacuation of #NoDAPL-Occupied Lands

This follows a similar order by the Army Corps of Engineers, who want the area cleared beginning December 5. 

Activists gather in front of the White House during a rally against the Dakota Access Pipeline September 13, 2016, in Washington, D.C. Activists held a rally to call on President Barack Obama to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.

ICYMI: Facebook Check-Ins at Standing Rock Aren't Making a Big Difference

Water protectors on the frontlines of #NoDAPL say there are more meaningful actions allies can take.

Officers interrupt a peaceful prayer circle.

Law Enforcement Arrest 141 #NoDAPL Water Protectors, Shoot Beanbag Rounds and Pepper Spray

In the latest act against pipeline opponents, officers came from at least five states.

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.  

Two people holding red signs with white text in front of brown building.

Wounded Knee Standoff Leader on Dakota Access Resistance: 'There's Fresh Energy Here'

Clyde Bellecourt, co-founder of the American Indian Movement, is one of many notable public figures supporting protests against pipeline construction. 

The Oceti Sakowin Youth ran from the Supreme Court to the Army Corps of Engineers' Headquarters chanting, "We run, For our people, For one nation, We run, For water, For life, We run!"

PHOTOS: Native Youth Deliver Petition Against Pipeline to White House

Three weeks after leaving North Dakota, dozens of runners reached Washington, D.C.

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Hillary Clinton is Democratic Party's Presumptive Nominee

Clinton: “Whether you supported me in this primary, or Senator Sanders, we all need to keep working toward that better, fairer, stronger America.”

The FDA Just Removed An Important Barrier to Abortion Access

The FDA just updated the labeling for a drug used in medication abortions. It’s a move that knocks down a major barrier to early access, particularly for people in Ohio, Texas and North Dakota.

'Rising Voices' Chronicles Effort to Save Lakota Language

Check out the trailer for the new documentary, which premieres tonight on World Channel.