A group of the world's best cave divers joined to help save the 12 boys and their coach in one of the most dangerous mission of its kind.
The government spends a lot of our tax money on things of questionable need. Our public lands, however, are only becoming more loved, more used, and in dire need of repair. Thanks to some photos...
Rescuers spent nine days searching for the 12 boys and their coach. They finally found them two miles deep in the Tham Luang Nang Non cave system.
Within a month, the remains of two people—one of them half-buried—were found inside the park's boundaries, a place with a storied relationship to death.
For three months they defied weather and intermittent sieges on their food supplies by law enforcement. But after Catherine “Fern” MacDougal and a man known only as “Deckard” came down, it seemed...
The park police typically help keep the peace at urban monuments, but the Department of Interior is sending a group to the U.S.-Mexico border to chase smugglers. Sort of.
In all, the Italian newspaper La Republica reported that 14 people died during the storm, with victims reported in the Italian, French, and Swiss portions of the Alps.
The plan was unpopular with both conservative and liberal politicians, and it had been harangued by the media as a nonsolution to the Park Service’s maintenance backlog.
A new report by Protect Our Winters, a climate advocacy group, says a low-snow year can cost the ski resort industry more than $1 billion and 17,400 jobs, compared to an average season.
There probably won’t be an 1800s-style land rush. What’s more likely is the energy industries that lobbied the Trump administration and Utah Republicans to slice up the monuments in the first place...
The résumé of P. Daniel Smith includes being investigated and reprimanded for pressuring low-level rangers to let a billionaire chop down trees blocking his mansion's view.
Congress still has until the end of Friday to fund the government, but Republicans, who the majority of people blame, again, for Congress’s inability to keep the lights on, are trying to temper the...
The intensifying war between Republicans and Patagonia could now move to Capitol Hill—exactly where the outdoor industry could make the most impact.
Looking only at Yellowstone National Park, the study says Zinke's increase would cost towns within a 60-mile radius of Yellowstone about $3.4 million each year.
It's the greatest chance in decades Republicans have to auction away, then dig, trench, and drill land that for 65 years has been called the last great American wilderness.