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The Standing Rock Sioux Aren't About to Roll Over for Trump

The tribe is preparing to challenge the Dakota Access pipeline in court as round two of the battle between activists and government begins.
Cole Kazdin

The Standing Rock 'Water Protectors' Vow to Stay No Matter What the Government Does

The government has ordered the protesters to move by December 5 or face potential trespassing charges, and lots of them seem prepared to go with the latter.
Cole Kazdin and Duy Linh Tu

The Climate Apocalypse Has Already Arrived for People Living in the Arctic

The 60,000 Inuit people living in 53 communities throughout the Arctic are already seeing immediate concerns.
VICE Staff

Stunning Archival Images Tell the Story of Standing Rock

The #NoDAPL protests are part of a cultural battle 250 years in the making.
Nathaniel Ainley

A Walkie-Talkie Tunnel 'Through the Earth' Connects LA & Hong Kong

This playful installation is like a large-scale tin can phone line, connecting people on opposite ends of the earth.
Nathaniel Ainley
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The Standing Rock Reservation's Fight Against Big Oil

On this episode of 'Daily VICE,' we talk to an artist from the Sioux tribe fighting against a proposed 1,100 mile oil line protestors say threatens the drinking water and sacred lands of the reservation.
VICE Staff

We Asked an Expert What Would Happen if Russia Cut the Pipeline to the Internet

An expert in mass communication and author of the book 'The Undersea Network' explains why we shouldn't be too worried about Russia cutting our internet cables.
Brian McManus
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Hillary Clinton Finally Comes Out Against the Keystone XL Pipeline

The former Secretary of State said the pipeline is a "distraction from the important work we have to do to combat climate change."
River Donaghey

A Royal Canadian Mounted Police Report Said Anti-Oil Activists Were National Security Threats

We spoke to some environmental and aboriginal activists to see if they were worried about a coming crackdown.
Michael Toledano

This Canadian Artist Halted Pipeline Development by Copyrighting His Land as a Work of Art

Peter von Tiesenhausen has a novel approach to dealing with assholes from oil companies—he claims his land counts as copyrighted art and charges them $500 an hour to meet with them.
Stephen Keefe