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Army Blocks Drilling of Dakota Access Oil Pipeline
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Theresa Sandoval, of the Red Willow Tribe in northern New Mexico, bringing firewood back to her North Dakota camp early Sunday morning. Credit Alyssa Schukar for The New York Times. CANNON BALL, N.D. — The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe won a ...
Army will deny easement, halting work on Dakota Access Pipeline
Army Corps of Engineers Denies Dakota Access Pipeline Route
Dakota Pipeline Project Halted as Obama Administration Denies Permit for Last Leg
Italy Referendum: Prime Minister Renzi Quits as Voters Deliver Stinging Rebuke
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Italian prime minister resigns in populist revolt
Euro skids, shares hit after Italy votes 'no' on reform
Italy's Premier, Matteo Renzi, Says He'll Resign After Reform Rejected
Death Toll in Fire at Oakland Artist Collective Rises to 33
The death toll in the massive fire at an Oakland, California, warehouse party climbed to 33 by Sunday afternoon, officials said, and the growing list of victims included teenagers as young as 17 and the son of a first responder. Oakland Mayor Libby ...
Death Toll in Oakland Warehouse Fire Rises Past 30 as Search Continues
'It was heartbreaking': Oakland warehouse fire leaves 33 dead, officials say
Names of Oakland fire victims begin to emerge
Trump's Taiwan phone call was long planned, say people who were involved
Donald Trump's protocol-breaking telephone call with Taiwan's leader was an intentionally provocative move that establishes the incoming president as a break with the past, according to interviews with people involved in the planning. The historic ...
Taiwan City Planning a Makeover Says a Trump Agent Showed Interest
In Trump's Taiwan Kerfuffle, Beijing Has Been Uncharacteristically Measured
Trump Takes on China in Tweets on Currency, South China Sea
Playoff mixes clarity with confusion
Paul Finebaum gives a lot of credit to the College Football Playoff committee for choosing Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and Washington as the top four teams and why he thinks that was the right decision. (1:25). Facebook · Twitter; Pinterest · Email ...
Dr. Saturday's 2016 bowl rankings: Ohio State-Clemson should be awesome
Ranking reaction: It wouldn't be college football without controversy
College Football Playoff committee takes a deep dive, comes up with Huskies
Earl Thomas Injury: Updates on Seahawks Star's Leg and Recovery
Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas suffered a broken leg during Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers when he collided with teammate Kam Chancellor and was ruled out of the contest, the team announced. He was carted off the field, per Jeff ...
Earl Thomas out indefinitely with lower leg fracture
Thomas Rawls sparks Seahawks' offense vs. Panthers
Earl Thomas breaks leg against Panthers and says retirement is running `through my mind`
Chip Kelly doesn't commit to Colin Kaepernick next week
The 49ers benched quarterback Colin Kaepernick on Sunday. It's unclear whether he'll remain on the bench next Sunday against the Jets. “We haven't had any discussions about it,” coach Chip Kelly told reporters after the loss in Chicago regarding ...
Emma: Jordan Howard Ran With Late Father In Spirit
Jordan Howard plows Bears to 26-6 victory over 49ers
Colin Kaepernick sets NFL record for quarterback futility in loss to Bears
Police: Man fires shots in DC restaurant tied to fake Clinton conspiracy
Police in Washington, D.C., on Sunday arrested a North Carolina man after they said he walked into a popular pizza restaurant and began firing an assault rifle. The man, who sent customers and employees fleeing, told police he had come to “self ...
Fake News Delivers Real Gunman to Pizzeria Caught Up In Alt-Right Conspiracy Theory
Armed Man Targets D.C. Restaurant That Faced Violent Threats Because Of Fake News Pushed By The Right
Armed man arrested near DC pizzeria targeted by fake news
The defeat of Austria's far-right presidential candidate is an unexpected boost for the EU
Europe had braced for what could have been the election of the continent's first far-right president since World War II. But it was center-left contender Alexander Van der Bellen who tasted victory on Sunday. Vote projections showed Van der Bellen ...
Austria Rejects Anti-Immigrant Populist in Presidential Election
European Populism Suffers Setback as Austria Chooses Pro-EU Path
Austrian right-wing populist loses again in presidential race