Dakota Access Pipeline

Two women admit to damaging parts of the Dakota Access pipeline


Panel: Dakota Access-style protests could become commonplace


Additional time needed for Army Corps to complete DAPL review


N.D. still on the hook for DAPL protest costs


Federal government denies N.D.'s request for reimbursement related to DAPL protest costs


DAPL court hearing involving Native American artifacts delayed


Dispute over Dakota Access' handling of Native American artifacts will continue


Pipeline security company says it's victim of smear campaign


Lawsuit against private security firm hired by DAPL developer


Judge announces Trump won't be defendant in pipeline lawsuit


Judge won't allow President Trump to be added as a defendant in DAPL lawsuit


Standing Rock scores partial legal victory in suit against Dakota Access


Dakota Access oil pipeline begins service


PSC issues Dakota Access hearing notices


Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Chairman David Archambault found not guilty of disorderly conduct


2 oil spills reported from Dakota Access Pipeline in March


Lawsuit filed by DAPL developer against Standing Rock Sioux tribal chairman, four others dismissed


Dakota Access Pipeline begins pumping crude oil from Bakken to Illinois


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