Two Indigenous people remember the Oka crisis, and have some experience going head-to-head with the Canadian government.
The militia that is occupying a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon is ready for battle. There's just one problem: No one is showing up.
The standoff in Oregon and tentative support it has garnered from Republican leaders reveals the party's deeply held antagonism toward environmental protections.
'We Are Going to Light Up the Whole Country on Fire': The Arson That Led to the Oregon Militia Standoff
The ongoing occupation of a wildlife refuge by armed militiamen was sparked by the imprisonment of two ranchers for setting a blaze in 2001 that scorched 139 acres.
The case of two Oregon ranchers headed to prison for illegally setting fires on federal lands has snowballed into a standoff with a group of armed right-wing militiamen.