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A wild place—and an American ideal—are heading for destruction. We can stop it now.

The state just passed a law calling for 90 percent of its wolf population to be killed. It’s based on fear and lies.

The more we learn an incomplete fairytale of Indigenous peoples and our history in this country, the more we perpetuate acts of ethnocide, like the ones we’ve seen in recent weeks in southern Utah

CEO Ryan Gellert says staying silent is “tantamount to supporting unjust laws”

A new ruling calls into question previous regulations and norms around film and photography on these spaces

Proposed laws in more than two dozen states seek to exclude transgender youth from interscholastic sports, depriving them of community and confidence-building skills

This season the Nepalese government says it will require climbers and guides to get permission from its Department of Tourism before disseminating images of others on the mountain. Enforcing it won’t be easy.

The end of the Trump administration can't come soon enough for our climate and public lands. Thankfully, there are a series of actions our new president can immediately take to begin undoing the damage.

The Department of Transportation has finally reclassified emotional support animals as pets. Here's how that will affect your ability to fly with your dog next year. 

The Ohio waterway that so famously caught on fire in 1969, inspiring the Clean Water Act, caught fire again this week

Three court decisions are a sign of the power of protest

When CEO Greg Glassman retired after making inflammatory comments about George Floyd, many in the fitness community weren't surprised. But where the popular fitness business goes from here is anyone's guess.

From Houston to Minneapolis, protesters on horseback are sending a powerful message

During a week of historic decisions, the Supreme Court decided that an energy company can drill under the Appalachian Trail

Bicycles have been agents of change and rebellion since the 19th century. That's why seeing law enforcement use them to repress protesters feels especially jarring and wrong.

You're contributing to America's addiction to speeding—and you're much more likely to kill someone

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