Demonstrators have been protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline at the camp for nearly a year, with the population numbering in the thousands at the height of the protests. Some new camps are popping up on private land nearby.
The President-elect's sons will take control of his business empire and will enter new arrangements domestically but not overseas, a walk-back from a promise he made last month that the company would do "no new deals."
Incoming chief of staff Reince Preibus said "action may be taken" against Russia, but Trump has refused to directly blame President Vladimir Putin and has said that a better relationship with Russia is a "good thing."
Heavy rainstorms killed at least three people in southern California over the weekend. Storms in northern California are seeing rivers reaching flood stage, and some residents are preparing to evacuate.
The nearly party-line 52-47 vote concluded a bitter confirmation battle and continues a divisive week in the US Senate in general. The next cabinet nominee, Rep. Tom Price for health secretary, is also expected to bring staunch opposition from Democrats.
The government has not been enforcing the ban since Friday, in compliance with a district court judge's ruling, but has argued that the President has "complete discretion" over alien entry into the country.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has declared a state of emergency. About 38 million people live in the the projected area of bad weather, which spans southern Georgia, northern Florida and southeastern Alabama.
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Artist German Vinogradov acts in the performance of the burning of Maslenitsa tower, devoted to Pancake Week, a pagan holiday marking the end of winter, in the village of Nikola-Lenivets, Kaluga region, Russia, Saturday.
After a commuter train crash on the Long Island Rail Road, transit officials say automated train controls are a key to preventing future crashes. But improving the culture of safety among employees may be a faster way to reduce risks.
The president-elect also rebuked the Obama administration for allowing a United Nations resolution critical of Israel, and met with several health executives, likely to discuss the future of Obama care.