For Protesters, Keystone Pipeline Is Line in Tar Sand

National Public Radio: Dozens of environmental activists showed up in front of the White House Thursday to get arrested in a peaceful protest against a proposed oil pipeline that would cut across the American Midwest. Organizers said that over the past 10 days, about 800 people have been handcuffed and bused off to a police station in this ongoing action. At issue is a proposed pipeline that would connect oil resources in Alberta, Canada, to refineries on the Texas coast. The 1,700-mile long Keystone XL, as it's......

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