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3 hrs ago | Daily Kos
On the day that President Obama finally rejects the Keystone XL pipeline, the connection between tar sands development and climate disruption should be only one of the reasons .
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7 hrs ago | Yes! Magazine
Faith Spotted Eagle and Tom Genung perform a water ceremony together at the "Reject and Protect" demonstration against the Keystone XL pipeline in Washington, D.C. Photo by Kristin Moe.
8 hrs ago | SFGate
In this Feb. 25, 2014, file photo, Democratic Senatorial candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes, addresses a group of supporters at a fundraiser in Louisville, Ky.
12 hrs ago | CBC News
Wizipan Little Elk of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, left, and farmer Art Tanderup, hold a banner in the reflecting pool on the National Mall in Washington, on April 24, 2014, during a rally to protest the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
12 hrs ago | TIME.com
It was a war we won, despite the burning of Washington D.C. by British soldiers in 1814.
15 hrs ago | Samoa News
Eisenhower later followed up with the first appointments of native-born governors in the U.S. Virgin Islands in 1958 and Guam in 1960.
20 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat
More than 100 years after dinosaurs were first displayed on the National Mall, T. rex - the king - is joining the Smithsonian collection after a 2,000-mile journey from Montana.
This morning the Cowboy Indian Alliance officially opened the Reject and Protect tipi camp on the National Mall.
Ranchers and tribal leaders rode in on horseback and put up tepees on the National Mall, hoping to get the White House's attention.
MARX: A HERO FOR OUR TIME? - Suddenly, everyone from the Wall Street Journal to Rolling Stone seems to be talking about Karl Marx.
Members of the Cowboy and Indian Alliance rode their horses through the streets of Washington dressed in full costume.
People walk among teepees set up on the National Mall in Washington, Monday, April 21, 2014, as the Cowboy and Indian Alliance, a group of ranchers, farmers and indigenous leaders, protest the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline.
I am getting obnoxious. But I can't help myself. The Cowboy Indian Alliance has a whole week of programs on the Washington Mall starting tomorrow.
The Smithsonian says they will explore the exhibit halls at night while solving a mystery through an interactive game and watching a film.