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ICYMI: Standing Rock Activists Celebrate After Feds Halt Pipeline
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- These photos show the scene at Standing Rock, where members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and its supporters are celebrating the unexpected decision to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' unexpected decision to effectively halt construction on the Dakota Access pipeline.
- Leonardo DiCaprio apparently met privately with Ivanka Trump, gifting her a copy of his climate change documentary Before the Flood and perfectly occupying the center point of the Venn diagram between self-promotion and the greater good.
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- In a clear sign of our proximity to End Times, Hawaii is expected to see up to three feet of snow by Monday.
- Meanwhile, this bummer NASA video shows the rapid disappearance of perennial sea ice in the Arctic: