In the name of saving the environment, thousands of green activists fighting to stop the Dakota Access pipeline are making a huge mess.
After nearly 24 hours of drenching rain helped quench a series of devastating wildfires in eastern Tennessee, local officials turned to cleanup and recovery efforts even as they battled their own personal crises.
As many as 2,000 veterans planning to join the Dakota Access pipeline protest Monday have been advised to bring body armor and gas masks in anticipation of a conflict with local officers, identified as the “enemy.”
A suspected tornado killed three people in Alabama as a line of severe storms moved across the South overnight, authorities said.
Raging wildfires fueled by high winds forced the evacuation of thousands of people and were believed to have wiped out an entire resort of more than 100 buildings in the Great Smoky Mountains as National Guard troops arrived early Tuesday to help overwhelmed firefighters.