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The Standing Rock Sioux tribe and their supporters have been camping at the Dakota Access Pipeline for months to protest it. But yesterday turned violent, and more than 140 people were arrested.

A jury acquitted seven people accused of leading an armed takeover of Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge yesterday. Ammon and Ryan Bundy were among the leaders and were found not guilty.

We talk to journalist Shane Bauer about how he went undercover on a 10 day operation with the militia group Three Percent United Patriots.

Movies out this weekend include the latest Tom Hanks “Inferno” and Leonardo DiCaprio travels the world in “Before the Flood,” a documentary on climate change. A new music documentary looks at the band Oasis.

Uber revolutionized the taxi world, and introduced self-driving cars in Pittsburgh. Now the company wants to see flying cars within a decade.

Banner Image: Rally against the Dakota Access Pipeline by:  Fibonacci Blue

What's next for protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline? 8 MIN, 28 SEC

The Standing Rock Sioux tribe and their supporters have been camping at the Dakota Access Pipeline for months to protest it, but yesterday turned violent. Local police and National Guard soldiers came in military vehicles, used pepper spray and piped in high-pitched noise to clear the demonstrators. More than 140 people were arrested.

Guests:
Lauren Donovan, The Bismark Tribune

Prosecution of wildlife refuge takeover 8 MIN, 34 SEC

A jury acquitted seven people accused of leading an armed takeover of Oregon’s Malheur National Wildlife Refuge yesterday. Ammon and Ryan Bundy, sons of cattle rancher Cliven Bundy, were among the leaders. The Bundy family has become the face of a national movement that wants the federal government to relinquish control over its western lands.

Guests:
John Sepulvado, KQED's 'The California Report' (@JohnLGC)

Ten days with an armed militia on the US-Mexico border 13 MIN, 1 SEC

Journalist Shane Bauer recently went undercover with a militia group called Three Percent United Patriots. He picked up a rifle, pulled on camo gear and combat boots, and headed into southern Arizona to look for drug traffickers and illegal immigrants.

Guests:
Shane Bauer, Mother Jones (@shane_bauer)

Travel the world in two different films 10 MIN

Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio travel worldwide in their new movies. Hanks reprises his role in the latest Dan Brown thriller, and DiCaprio has a new documentary on climate change. There’s also a new documentary about the band Oasis.

Guests:
Katie Walsh, Tribune News Servises (@katiewalshstx)
Andrew Barker, Variety

Traffic bringing you down? Consider Uber's flying cars 7 MIN, 14 SEC

The company that revolutionized the taxi world and introduced self-driving cars in Pittsburgh now wants to introduce flying cars within a decade. Is it possible?  

Guests:
Alex Davies, Wired magazine (@adavies47)

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