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Stephanie Keith

'We know how to survive,' but U.S. shutdown cuts deep for Native Americans

Jan 29 2019

EAGLE BUTTE, S.D./TAOS, N.M. The Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma used a GoFundMe page and its own money to feed its many members who were furloughed or worked without pay during the U.S. government shutdown.

'We know how to survive,' but U.S. shutdown cut deep for Native Americans

Jan 29 2019

EAGLE BUTTE, S.D./TAOS, N.M. The Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma used a GoFundMe page and its own money to feed its many members who were furloughed or worked without pay during the U.S. government shutdown.

Riding with Native Americans to mark pact anniversary

Aug 03 2018

Six weeks covering Native Americans at Standing Rock, North Dakota, protesting the Dakota Access oil pipeline presented a unique opportunity to get to know many of the people who took a stand there. | Video

Out of spotlight, tribes keep fighting Dakota pipeline

Aug 02 2018

Native American tribes that tried to block the Dakota Access oil pipeline during a months-long standoff with authorities in North Dakota more than a year ago are carrying on their fight in federal court, in what they contend is a symbol of their ongoing struggle for tribal sovereignty. | Video

Riding with Native Americans to mark pact anniversary

Aug 02 2018

Six weeks covering Native Americans at Standing Rock, North Dakota, protesting the Dakota Access oil pipeline presented a unique opportunity to get to know many of the people who took a stand there.

Frozen cameras, cars and bagels to document Standing Rock protests

Dec 13 2016

CANNON BALL Reuters photographers Lucas Jackson and Stephanie Keith were assigned to cover the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline on the Standing Rock Native American reservation. These are their stories from inside the growing camp of protesters in North Dakota that were captured by their camera lenses as the winter freeze set in.

Police fire water cannon at Dakota pipeline protesters in freezing weather

Nov 22 2016

NEW YORK/CANNON BALL, N.D. Police fired tear gas and water at hundreds of protesters in the freezing North Dakota weather late Sunday and early Monday, in the latest violent clash over a pipeline project running through the state.

Protesters arrested at North Dakota pipeline as decision expected

Nov 11 2016

MANDAN, N.D./WASHINGTON About 40 people involved in protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline were arrested on Friday in rural North Dakota as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said it would soon clarify its plans for the controversial project near sacred tribal lands.

Search at New York's JFK airport finds no signs of gunfire

Aug 15 2016

NEW YORK A preliminary investigation found no evidence of gunfire in a terminal at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport on Sunday, despite earlier reports of shots being heard, the airport's operator said. | Video

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