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Tag: oil pipelines

FERC, which rejected 2 gas pipelines out of 400 since 1999,...

Over the past 30 years FERC has granted permits for all but two proposed interstate gas pipelines. It is a rubber stamp agency.

Keystone Pipeline leaks in South Dakota, spilling over 200,000 gallons of...

“Enough is enough. Pipelines leak – it's not a question of 'if', but 'when.'”

Why Native American women are going after Europe’s banks to divest...

“Indigenous women ... often are the ones to call out injustice when they see it immediately. We saw that at Standing Rock.”

Dakota Access Pipeline will remain operational during environmental impact study

Since beginning operations earlier this year, the pipeline has experienced leaks on three separate occasions.

Why one Native family is donating their fracking proceeds to benefit...

A new fund will support deeply researched investigative journalism that reports on critical issues in Indian Country.

The pipeline protest before Standing Rock

Last year’s water protectors garnered worldwide attention, but several pipeline fights – such as the Enbridge Sandpiper pipeline victory – got little public notice.

Lessons from the front lines of anti-colonial pipeline resistance

After eight years of anti-colonial resistance and the defeat of multiple pipeline projects, the Unist’ot’en Camp is still building momentum.

TransCanada terminates Energy East pipeline

Could the fossil fuel era be ending?

Minnesotans rally to ‘Hold the Line’ against an Enbridge pipeline project

Indigenous people aren’t the only ones opposed to the plan.

Anti-pipeline activists across the country unite to #StopETP

“If we wait for our next generation to fight this battle, it might be too late.”

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Former judge sentenced to prison for bribery scheme and witness tampering

The former judge was sentenced to five years in prison, three years of supervised release, and ordered to pay a fine of $50,000.

The 9/11 hijackers were Iraqis, right?

The good news is that they want to learn. The bad news: nowadays, they tend to think that the men who flew those planes on 9/11 were from Iran.
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Why the common good disappeared (and how we get it back)

The challenge is to turn all this into a new public spiritedness extending to the highest reaches in the land.

Monsanto ‘commands’ civic group to turn in all communications over glyphosate

"There are millions of people around the world who have a deep and genuine concern that Monsanto's glyphosate is making us and our environment sick."

The ideology that unites Trump and the authoritarians he admires

It's about propping up "besieged majorities" in multiethnic countries.

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