Judge sets October trial date for Cliven Bundy and sons
Cliven Bundy and his sons Ammon and Ryan will stand trial beginning Oct. 10 for their actions in the 2014 armed standoff with federal authorities at their Bunkerville, Nev., ranch.
Probe finds Reclamation misspent funds meant for wildlife
A $32 million Bureau of Reclamation program for irrigators in southern Oregon and Northern California was likely illegal, according to federal investigators who released a letter to President Trump today that sharply criticizes the agency's response.
Court upholds SO2 settlement over states' objections
Rejecting the objections of six states, a federal appeals court yesterday upheld a settlement between U.S. EPA and the Sierra Club on air standards.
How a useless dam nearly destroyed an iconic beach
VENTURA, Calif. — The Pacific Ocean devoured Surfers' Point here because the Ventura River had stopped delivering sand needed to maintain it. The culprit was 16 miles upstream: Matilija Dam.
Ruling revives enviros' fight against military base
A federal appeals court today breathed new life into a bid by environmental groups to fight a new military base on Okinawa, Japan.