Acadia official accepted illegal gifts — IG
A former senior official at Acadia National Park illegally accepted $14,771 in gifts from a nonprofit organization and its board members, the Interior Department's Office of Inspector General said today.
Dems want hearing on reversal of Obama policy
A group of House Democrats quickly objected yesterday after President Trump signed an executive order that revoked much of President Obama's national ocean policy.
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Green groups accuse Trump Tower of harming Chicago River
President Trump could soon have another lawsuit on his hands, this time for allegedly harming fish in the Chicago River.
Senate panel approves funding for NOAA, climate research
Climate research and NOAA's popular grant programs emerged among the winners today as the Senate Appropriations Committee easily approved a $63 billion spending bill that would pay for everything from space exploration to ocean monitoring.
It's official: Yellowstone gets a new superintendent
As expected, Cameron Sholly, a longtime leader with the National Park Service, today was named the new superintendent of Yellowstone National Park.