Con poco más de dos meses en la Casa Blanca, el presidente intenta convencer a los estadounidenses de que ya está cumpliendo con sus promesas de campaña.
Most of the Dakota Access pipeline protesters abandoned their camp Wednesday ahead of a government deadline to get off the federal land.
Vice Magazine analyzes the Dakota pipeline protests and the future of liberal activism
The Dakota Access Pipeline is almost completed, but protesters have not surrendered. Hundreds clashed with police this weekend to protest against the pipeline for its environmental impact and its invasion of ‘sacred’ territory of the Sioux in the banks of the Missouri River. Police is said to have deployed pepper spray, teargas, rubber bullets, Tasers, sound weapons, and other “less-than-lethal” weapons. The construction company, Energy Transfer Partners, still lacks a final permit to drill under the river.