Dakota Access Pipeline

Tribe asks judge for 'meaningful role' in pipeline study

Reports claims Russia meddled in DAPL

First Dakota Access deer poaching case resolved

DAPL camp closure anniversary

Growth of DAPL protests much bigger than expected

Impact of DAPL court cases

DAPL impact on oil industry

Complete DAPL protest timeline: One year after camps were cleared

DAPL protest prayer walk

Earth First! asks for sanctions on law firm representing DAPL companies

Civil trial set for DAPL security firm TigerSwan, LLC

Tribal request for Dakota Access spill response plan granted

Petition delivered to Morton County state's attorney to drop charges against DAPL protesters

Tribes make renewed push for pipeline protections

Woman injured in pipeline protest still being investigated

Names released of first 2 people sent to jail for participation in DAPL protest

Smithsonian museum to exhibit post from pipeline protest

Dakota Access donates $140,000 to first responders in N.D.

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