Trump about-face on elephant trophies could be legal misfire
President Trump's abrupt U-turn on elephant trophy imports could undermine his own appointees, break standard practice and all but invite a legal challenge from his customary allies.
Facing travel flap, Zinke fights like he trained
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and his allies are counterpunching as they defend his travel practices.
IG faults 'deficient' Zinke travel records
The Interior Department's Office of Inspector General this week dinged Secretary Ryan Zinke's team for being "deficient" in documenting his assorted travels.
Feds rely on Zimbabwe in allowing elephant trophy imports
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is crediting progress by the Zimbabwean government, now racked by leadership turmoil, for the controversial new decision to allow imports of elephant trophies.
Elephant trophy imports get green light again
Elephants legally killed in Zimbabwe and Zambia between 2016 and 2018 now can be imported into the United States, under a new Fish and Wildlife Service ruling that pleases hunters but could alarm some wildlife conservation advocates.