Watchdog confronts 'very difficult' tribal oversight
A former tribal cop's publicly funded visit to a strip club called Whispers lays bare one of the top priorities for the Interior Department's new watchdog, who says he wants more emphasis on Indian Country issues.
GOP, Dems share ire over unusual travel freeze
Republican lawmakers today slammed an extraordinary move by the Interior Department to pull the plug on all department-related House Appropriations Committee staff travel, suggesting the Trump administration will soon rue the decision.
Committee gives Fish and Wildlife nominee the once-over
Aurelia Skipwith fielded questions yesterday about her ethics and responsiveness, but appeared to hold her own during a potentially history-making confirmation hearing to serve as Fish and Wildlife Service director. Skipwith would be the first African-American to head the agency.
New watchdog starts patrolling
Interior Department Inspector General Mark Lee Greenblatt keeps the courage of other men in mind.
Ex-FWS staffers blast Skipwith nomination
Twenty-seven former Fish and Wildlife Service employees today united in opposition to the nomination of Aurelia Skipwith as the agency's next director.