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Attorney Xochitl Torres Small just won a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in a rural district. One of her prominent talking points? Protecting the region's national monument.

Over 150,000 Californians were evacuated last night and 20 million more are under red-flag fire warnings

Three key takeaways from yesterday’s vote

The Altra Lone Peak 4 Mid RSM is lighter, more comfortable, and more supportive than any other boot I've tested. They're not stylish, but hey: Looking good in the woods is overrated.

Sansho, an eight-year-old Karelian bear dog, was a magnificent serial killer, mentor, and friend

As Wyoming debates whether to charge hikers, I wanted to issue a reminder that this whole pay-to-play concept on our public lands doesn't work

An important PSA about driving safely in bad weather

Now that the House Natural Resources Committee has fallen under Democrat control, it could mean real oversight for the Department of Interior, says Arizona Representative Raul Grijalva

Living your best #packlife is easier than it looks

The world asks: Is Zinke corrupt, incompetent, or both? 

And replaced her with a loyalist political operative who may not need Senate confirmation

The latest generation of pellet grills cooks better food more conveniently

Wag and Rover are booming in popularity, but is your dog safe with them?

It’s a material, not a pattern, damnit

Bow-hunting anterless whitetail deer on the Yellowstone River—on a budget

The Supreme Court nominee wrote a troubling diatribe in 2013 against workers' rights

If the BSA wants to welcome female Scouts, it needs to start now—not next February

A sincere discussion about the ethics, practicalities, and responsibilities of packing heat on the trail

Statistics from Los Angeles County demonstrate just how deadly doing it for the ‘Gram can be

The Time to Vote campaign, which includes almost 150 companies, gives employees time off to vote in the midterm elections

The conservative Utah Congressman wants to fully fund our national parks and our public lands. Huh?

Made from Polartec NeoShell, the Reliance performs peerlessly, yet still looks stylish

Hugo was the worst hurricane to ever hit the U.S. Florence could be worse.

Altra's zero-drop, wide toe-box trail runners—which have become insanely popular with thru-hikers—are designed to mimic your foot's natural shape

How to turn Tinseltown into a mountain town

Nominee Raymond David Vela seems to care about making our national parks more accessible

Last week, the Bureau of Land Management released plans that would have opened up thousands of acres of former national monuments to mining and drilling—despite Zinke's promises to the contrary

Want to serve the tastiest meat ever at your next dinner party? This is the (significant) investment it will take to make that happen.

Yosemite National Park closed for three weeks because of the blaze. Here's how much revenue the region lost because of that.

Last week, the Interior Secretary outlined his ideas on what causes wildfire. Here's what he's right and wrong about.

At 475 square miles, the Mendocino Complex Fire is the size of Phoenix

Turns out you can't believe everything you read on Trump's Twitter feed

The organization posted two videos in response to an article I wrote last week. Let's review what its representatives said about me and the story.

Want to ride around the world? In 2020, you’ll be able to do that on a Hog.

All three of the state's major blazes are making rare pyrocumulus clouds right now

The UberLite pad and Vesper quilt weigh just 23.8 ounces

America's proudest tradition should never be used as an excuse for anti-American politics

As wildfires get worse, these powerful new tools will help keep you safe

Cars are designed to keep humans safe, but at what cost to our canine companions?

Comfortable, secure, and convenient, the Scat Belt works with any type of clothing

Dirt bikes and 4x4s aren't nearly as bad for the environment as you might think. (Hear me out.)

One-upmanship on social media reaches its logical conclusion. Again.

Sure, it's brutal on the highway and mechanically unreliable, but that only adds to the sense of adventure, right?

It took the team a year just to figure out the 3,212-mile Arctic route

We rode the ultralight machine designed by the founder of POC

Keep this stuff in your 4x4 at all times

What all those buttons, levers, and knobs actually do in your 4x4

Vital knowledge for owners of any 4WD or AWD vehicle

Never put a wrench on a truck before? Start here.

Do this and never die from dehydration in Death Valley

This incredibly useful skill gives any old car the capability of a full-size truck

Everything you could possibly want to know about the various car-camping sleep setups out there. Plus, when to just use a freaking tent.

Want to go off-road? Here are options at $10K, $20K, and $30K.

We took a n00b friend into the backcountry and shot video

Following actions from three major U.S. air carriers, the DOT has announced a review of the Air Carrier Access Act, the law that allows emotional support animals to fly so freely

Lighter, more packable, with better performance than anything you're used to

The experts' take on what happened last Saturday when a mountain lion killed one cyclist and injured another outside of Seattle

It protects you from ticks, mosquitoes, and fleas, but it does come with risks

The ins and outs of not dying from Lyme disease

What does the end of the 105-year partnership mean for Scouting's future?

It's rattlesnake season. Are you going to die?

A new book breaks down the skills required for dealing with 40 different creatures

The latest images, videos, and information from the scene

As it opens membership up to girls, the 107-year-old organization will now be known as Scouts BSA

Is REI more powerful than the NRA?

This summer, the First-Time Camper program aims to bring 65 families who have never camped before into the woods

Here's how to do it without breaking the bank

Last Week Tonight tackles corruption in the Interior

What is it and would it really stand up to bitter storms ravaging an alien planet? 

They're not all head rubs and face licks

Part of the company's unique new workwear line, this apron is made from heavy hemp canvas and is just right for summer barbecues

Design, luxury, and practicality—all for $600 per month

Dress for success when you get snow, rain, and sunshine, all in 24 hours

These things from Go Fast Campers can actually go off-road

Our first impressions of the motorcycle maker's attempt at bikes meant for singletrack