A group of anti-Keystone pipeline protesters is telling its members to prepare for mass arrests as they illegally shut down intersections in Washington, D.C., on their way to the White House.
Democrats who oppose the Keystone XL pipeline have thousands of dollars invested in direct competitors to the company looking to build the pipeline, public records show.
Masked protesters carrying torches and threatening organized violence protested outside the home of an executive at a major oil pipeline company last week.
NextGen Climate Action, the activist group run by billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer, fudged the facts in a new ad attacking the Keystone XL pipeline, according to Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler.
Approving the Keystone XL pipeline will likely reduce U.S. carbon emissions, according to a professor of energy economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.