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Tester Begins Hearings on Sex Trafficking in Indian Country
As the trafficking of Native women and girls becomes more prevalent in an expanding radius around the Bakken oil fields of North Dakota, politicians and indigenous leaders are seek...
North Dakota Briny Wastewater Spill Questions Still Unanswered a Month Later
More than a month after a million gallons of briny wastewater leaked from an underground pipeline on the Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota, a tribal environmental official ...
Land Grab Cheats North Dakota Tribes Out of $1 Billion, Suits Allege
Abrahm Lustgarten, ProPublica
Native Americans on an oil-rich North Dakota reservation have been cheated out of more than $1 billion by schemes to buy drilling rights for lowball prices, a flurry of recent laws...
Inside the Bakken: A Documentary Commences To Describe Life on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation
Time was when traffic in North Dakota’s portion of the Bakken oil field was a rare vehicle crossing an expansive horizon on a tiny roadway...
North Dakota Oil Boom Bringing Jobs, Wealth—and a Looming Humanitarian Crisis
Indian lands are thought to contain at least 10 percent of the energy reserves in the United States, and the Bakken formation in western North Dakota and eastern Montana is estimat...