Protesters, Police Still Clashing Over Disputed North Dakota Pipeline

Police used pepper spray and what they called nonlethal ammunition to remove Dakota Access Pipeline protesters from federal land Wednesday. Demonstrators say they were trying to occupy land just north of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation where construction of the controversial pipeline is scheduled. Read more

Protesters Injured In North Dakota Face-off With Private Security and Guard Dogs Over oil Pipeline

A demonstration turned violent as security guards sicced dogs on at least a hundred demonstrators protesting a $3.8 billion oil pipeline through private land in southern North Dakota. Read more