Former Bundy co-defendants file $60M lawsuit
Nearly a year after being acquitted of wrongdoing for their roles in the 2014 armed standoff between ranchers and federal agents near Bunkerville, Nev., a pair of former defendants today announced a lawsuit seeking $60 million in damages.
Interior to reject 'bulk' comments for 3 proposed sites
The Interior Department announced today it will accept public comments on the creation of two national monuments in Kentucky, although it will ban the submission of "bulk comments" commonly used by environmental organizations.
Justice Department may push new trial for Bundys
Federal prosecutors may attempt to force a new trial of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and two of his sons over their 2014 armed standoff with the Bureau of Land Management, according to court documents filed Thursday.
Watchdog group sues for Bernhardt ethics records
A Montana-based watchdog group today filed a federal lawsuit against the Interior Department, alleging the Trump administration is withholding documents that would show whether Deputy Secretary David Bernhardt has met with his former lobbying clients.
Mail call: How Zinke responds to lawmakers
What's the secret to nabbing Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's attention?