Strange bedfellows fight Trump's emergency declaration
Experts from opposite ends of the political spectrum warned a federal court that allowing President Trump's declaration of a national emergency on the U.S.-Mexico border to stand could set an "extraordinarily dangerous precedent."
BLM chief scorned 'deep state,' 'Pocahontas,' ESA 'hammer'
Before joining the Trump administration to head the Bureau of Land Management, William Perry Pendley heaped plenty of disdain on his future federal colleagues in a paid speech, according to new documents.
BLM chief's financial ties to law group run deep
The Bureau of Land Management's top official recused himself last month from decisionmaking tied to nearly five dozen organizations and individuals — including a two-year ban on clients represented by his former law firm — but newly disclosed documents show his financial ties to some of those interests will last a lifetime.
More private management coming to federal campgrounds?
The National Park Service could soon deploy a pilot program testing the expansion of amenities like food trucks and mobile camp stores, if Interior Secretary David Bernhardt enacts recommendations from an advisory panel charged with expanding private concessions on federally managed lands.
NPS plan to allow off-highway vehicles faces legal speed bumps
Conservation advocates hope to put the brakes on a recent decision from the National Park Service that would open popular sites in Utah to off-highway vehicles.