Burning Man now has art in desert, lobbyists in D.C.
The annual Burning Man event in Nevada's Black Rock Desert is known for key features like its art installations, "mutant vehicles," theme camps and burning effigy, but this week it added a new facet: lobbyists.
Study: 18K acres in Colo. blocked from sportsmen
DENVER — A new analysis reveals that more than 18,000 acres of federal public lands in Colorado are inaccessible for hunters, hikers and others, because they are blocked by state trust lands that are closed to public use.
Outdoor group: China trade war costs us $1.5B a month
DENVER — The Outdoor Industry Association yesterday warned that the Trump administration's escalating trade war with China could soon cost its members more than $1.5 billion each month.
Ryan Bundy to appeal lawsuit over prosecution
Nevada rancher Ryan Bundy indicated yesterday that he will ask a federal appeals court to reconsider his lawsuit alleging high-ranking government officials violated his constitutional rights during and after a 2014 armed-standoff near Bunkerville, Nev.
GAO: Did Grand Staircase-Escalante leasing violate law?
The Government Accountability Office will review whether the Interior Department misused federal funds to prepare for oil and gas leases on former national monument lands in Utah.