A new bill would strip the president of designating new monuments in the state—an idea that has already come to fruition in Alaska and Wyoming
Within the understaffed offices of the DOI, is any work actually getting done?
These are the people who've been fighting for the land’s preservation for over 30 years—and might see it axed in the scratch of a pen
A lot of assumptions have been made about the national-monuments review. Many of them aren't true.
More than 396,000 people have spoken up so far about the Trump administration's desire to shrink or abolish the national monuments. Will the White House really read all of them?
House Bill 621 is dead, but 622 would do much to undermine protections for our most treasured public lands
Fresh off their acquittal in Oregon and emboldened by the election of Donald Trump, the Bundy brothers are promising more extremist takeovers across the West
Like the idea of traveling the country, making bank, and setting your own schedule? Travel nurses are in high demand just about everywhere.
A new workplace grading system from the CDC puts a high premium on offices that embrace nature and encourage workers to be active
The fact that a jury found the Bundy brothers not guilty is baffling, and could embolden other anti-government extremists who think the federal government shouldn't own land
The final holdout at the Malheur Wildlife Refuge occupation earlier this year wasn't a dyed-in-the-wool rancher or hardened militiaman. He was a young, half-Japanese kid from the Midwest who had no affiliation with the Bundy brothers or the Patriot movement. This is why David Fry drove across the country to join a group of extremists he'd never met.
Bob Gimlin was a small town cowboy when his friend coaxed him into hunting the famous mythical creature 50 years ago. Today, as the legend of Bigfoot has grown, Gimlin is viewed by the community of believers around the country as something of a prophet.