Court Upholds Order For Dakota Access Environmental Review

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FARGO, N.D.  — A federal appeals court has upheld a district judge’s decision to order a full environmental impact review of the Dakota Access pipeline, but has declined to shut the line down while the review is completed. U.S. District Judge James Boasberg ruled last year that a more extensive review was necessary than the […]

Biden White House Aims To Advance Racial Equity With Executive Actions

Updated at 3:33 p.m. ET WASHINGTON – Saying it’s time to act “because that’s what faith and morality require us to do,” President Biden on Tuesday signed four executive actions aimed at advancing racial equity for Americans the White House says have been underserved and left behind. Biden said Tuesday that the measures follow one […]

Illini Women Fall To Nebraska 57-53

CHAMPAIGN — The Fighting Illini women’s basketball team dropped their seventh straight game Monday. The Nebraska Cornhuskers scored 11 of the game’s final 18 points to win 57-53. Coach Nancy Fahey’s team had given up an average of 81 points in its first six Big Ten games. She was gratified by the improvement on defense. […]

Senate Confirms Antony Blinken As 71st Secretary of State

WASHINGTON — The Senate has confirmed President Joe Biden’s nominee to serve as secretary of state. Antony Blinken becomes the third Cabinet member to win approval as the Biden administration forges ahead with a foreign policy intended to reverse former President Donald Trump’s “America First” doctrine and restore U.S. global standing. The 58-year-old Blinken has […]

Finding Common Ground Between Abolitionists And U Of I Campus Police

This is the second installment of a two-part digital series. You can read the first story here.  URBANA – On a Friday night in late October of last year, University of Illinois police Officer Kyle Krickovich began his shift at 10 p.m. — it would last until 8 a.m. — patrolling the east side of […]