'Faux' Green Party candidates ousted from Mont. ballot
The Montana Democratic Party claimed a victory in state court today, as a judge ruled that a host of Green Party-affiliated nominees may not appear on the ballot for several competitive contests.
Bundy victory keeps anti-government activism 'simmering'
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy yesterday claimed a legal victory in his long-running feud with the federal government, but observers say it is unlikely his triumph will enliven anti-government activists — at least for now.
Bundy's cattle will graze on after court ruling
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy expects to continue to graze his cattle on public lands without interference from the Bureau of Land Management following a court ruling that blocks the Justice Department from pursuing a new criminal trial against the anti-federal government activist.
Court rejects DOJ bid to retry Bundys for armed standoff
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and his sons will not face a new trial over their armed standoff with federal agents in 2014, after a federal appeals court today rejected a request from the Justice Department to allow a new hearing in the case.
Ariz. lawmakers seek additional 4,800 acres for solar farm
Arizona could become home to the nation's largest solar farm, but first Congress must approve a proposal to sell off 4,800 acres of public lands to local control.