Hundreds of marchers are taking to the streets of downtown Los Angeles to demonstrate against President Donald Trump's executive order fast-tracking the Dakota Access and Keystone XL oil pipelines.
Protesters hoisting signs and chanting slogans gathered Sunday near Pershing Square and began marching about a mile for a rally at the Edward Roybal Federal Building.
Police say the gathering is peaceful and no disruptions or arrests have been reported.
Opponents say the proposed $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline threatens the water supply and sacred sites of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
President Trump has said he wants to move forward with Dakota Access and the Keystone XL pipeline, which would connect Canada's tar sands with Gulf Coast refineries.
Bannon was a key adviser to President Donald Trump's general election campaign and has been a forceful but contentious presence in a divided White House.
Waterloo Convention Center developer says he wants full transparency as some on the city council are questioning his motives and business practices.
Leslie Hospitality owner Edwin Leslie says he doesn't have anything to hide, and to prove it he invited the public to view all of the documents, emails, agreements, and financial statements related to the deal at a public meeting this morning.
A Dubuque restaurant closed its doors suddenly this week, signaling the end after more than 20 years.
Police haven't said if they know where the money came from or who passed it.
This year's Iowa State Fair set an attendance record, with more than 1.13 million people visiting the 11-day event in Des Moines.
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