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North Dakota officials seek dismissal of road closure suit


U.S. Court of Appeals dismisses fraud claims made against DAPL company


DAPL protester files lawsuit against Morton County after almost losing arm


Dakota Access protester injured in blast loses legal battle


Chase Iron Eyes reaches plea deal with prosecutors for involvement in DAPL protest


Energy Transfer Partners amends lawsuit against 3 environmental groups


ND files for $38 million reimbursement for costs during DAPL protests


New Mexico man sent to federal prison for pipeline protest


Judge dismisses complaint against Dakota Access Pipeline security company


TigerSwan seeks settlement in DAPL case


ND Supreme Court hears DAPL arrest cases


Chase Iron Eyes appears in court regarding DAPL protest charges


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


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Officer who fatally shot Antwon Rose is acquitted

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Husband suspected of killing wife in North Carolina flown back after arrest in Arizona

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FEMA put 2.3M disaster survivors at risk of identity theft, watchdog says

Survivors of the 2017 California wildfires, hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria were among the millions whose privacy was violated, the inspector general's report says.

Two officers indicted for allegedly beating handcuffed man

The officers allegedly repeatedly struck the man in the face, causing him to fall backwards, then continued to punch him repeatedly while he was handcuffed on the floor.