“Unlike most people who work on Everglades policies, Joe actually went into the Everglades,” said his wife, Louise Dunlap. “He was a true lover of nature.

‘Pit fighter’ for the Everglades, Joe Browder

By Robin Bravender | 09/21/2016 01:17 PM EDT

The ongoing trial of Ammon Bundy, above, and his supporters is pivotal to the government’s efforts to fight an extreme anti-public lands movement in the West.

Bundy convictions vital to U.S. crackdown on land militants

By Jeremy P. Jacobs | 09/21/2016 01:17 PM EDT

Former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar (right) is heading up Hillary Clinton’s transition efforts. Will he push for a fellow Coloradan – like former Sen. Mark Udall (left) or Gov. John Hickenlooper -- to get his former job?

Next secretary: a Udall? Donald Trump Jr.?

By Robin Bravender | 09/20/2016 01:21 PM EDT

Google, which is looking to develop a fully autonomous vehicle without a steering wheel or brakes, has advocated for federal guidelines on the technology.

States race to let autonomous cars drive alone

By Ariel Wittenberg | 09/19/2016 01:27 PM EDT

Hollywood stars Susan Sarandon (right) and Shailene Woodley (fourth from right) jump into the Dakota Access pipeline protest before the E. Barrett Prettyman U.S. Courthouse in Washington, D.C. National climate and environmental advocates are carefully monitoring more than a dozen oil and gas projects triggering grass-roots pushback throughout the Mid-Atlantic that they say are ripe for national attention.

Activists eye battles beyond Dakota Access

By Hannah Northey | 09/19/2016 01:27 PM EDT


Refuge manager reveals kidnap plot against federal worker

By Jeremy P. Jacobs | 09/16/2016 01:00 PM EDT



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