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Dakota Pipeline Now Has Oil Under River Near Standing Rock Reservation

The news marks a significant development in the battle over the project that will move North Dakota oil 2,000 miles to a shipping point in Illinois.

Why Russian Protesters Are Taunting Prime Minister With Bath Toys

Police detained more than 1,000 people in Moscow on Sunday during an unexpected surge of street protests that spanned 82 Russian cities.

Two Miami Cops Shot in Ambush-Style Attack, Police Say

Miami-Dade Police said the two men were conducting an undercover gang investigation when they were shot.

Soccer Match Ends Early as Fans Run on Field, Attack Players

Pitch invaders disrupted the Ivory Coast-Senegal match by getting past security guards and began chasing after players from both sides.

Arkansas Inmates Say Speedy Execution Pace Violates Rights

Eight men on death row in Arkansas — who are all scheduled to be executed in a 10 day span — fought for their lives Monday in a federal complaint, claiming the breakneck pace was 'cruel and unusual' and 'threatened violations of their right to counsel.'