Documents shed light on staff moves that prompted probes
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's high-profile transfers of his department's most senior staffers upended careers and embittered some workers but also excited others with fresh opportunities, newly released Interior documents show.
Negotiators nearing deal on spending levels
House and Senate appropriators are hoping for an agreement by the end of the week on dividing up the billions of dollars added in the recent budget deal among the 12 fiscal 2018 spending bills.
Land buying out; energy and reorganization in
The Trump administration has requested $11.7 billion overall for the Interior Department in fiscal 2019, a decrease of $1.8 billion from its fiscal 2018 proposal.
Hill wary of proposed Interior 'maintenance' fund
As Congress readies a major legislative push on infrastructure, top lawmakers are keeping a cautious eye out for a Trump administration proposal to tackle the growing maintenance backlog on public lands by tapping federal oil and gas revenues.
Bill seeks to keep national treasures open during shutdowns
Bipartisan legislation introduced in the House this week would require federal agencies to work with state and local governments to keep national treasures open to the public during a government shutdown.