The Standing Rock Sioux say the pipeline threatens the tribe's water supply and cultural sites.
The human rights organization Amnesty International praised the Corps' decision, saying "indigenous voices must not be ignored."
The president of the National Congress of American Indians says an Army Corps of Engineers decision to deny a permit for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in North Dakota is a victory for "all of Indian Country."
Oil pipeline protesters are pledging to remain camped on federal land in North Dakota, despite a favorable government ruling and an imminent deadline to leave.
The Dallas Morning News (http://bit.ly/2gYm1gQ ) reports the Frisco teen is among a select group who has earned every merit badge available from the Boy Scouts of America.
Others cover hiking, swimming, sailing and camping.
There's also fingerprinting, shotgun shooting, truck transportation, archery, archaeology, chemistry, plumbing and wood carving.
Caleb's project involved designing and constructing boxes, ramps and stairs for the cat room at the nonprofit SPCA of Texas clinic in McKinney.
According to Irving-based Boy Scouts of America, more than 2.3 million of its members have become Eagle Scouts since the award was first presented in 1912.
A private website called meritbadgeknot.com estimates fewer than 18 Scouts per year complete all available merit badges.
There was the time he took care of his friend's pet lizard and had to feed it live crickets as part of the reptile and amphibian study badge.
The avid cellist in his school orchestra learned to play the bugle for one badge.
The goal, according to the national group, is to give Scouts experiences that they can't get anywhere else and help them grow into good, strong citizens.
The state appellate court concluded that the trial judge was wrong to allow a deputy prosecutor to question a defense witness the way she did.
The Herald reports (https://goo.gl/s4M179 ) that prosecutors plan to ask the state Supreme Court to review the appellate court's decision.