The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers wrapped up its $1.1 million cleanup of the Dakota Access pipeline protest camps on federal land in North Dakota, hauling away 835 dumpsters of remaining trash and debris. The site, once occupied by thousands of environmental demonstrators, is now vacant.  The Washington Times has more here > Dakota Access protest camps cleared after $1.1 million federal cleanup; four more dogs rescued

CANNON BALL, ND - DECEMBER 06:  Activists at Oceti Sakowin near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation brace for sub-zero temperatures expected overnight on December 6, 2016 outside Cannon Ball, North Dakota. Native Americans and activists from around the co