Proposed sites would be first to honor a Jewish American
A new proposed "multi-site national park" would honor Julius Rosenwald, the son of German Jewish immigrants who built a fortune at Sears, Roebuck and Co. and used it to build thousands of schools for African Americans in the segregated South in the early 1900s.
NPS juggles leaders at Yellowstone, Glacier, 2 monuments
Leslie Reynolds will become the new interim chief ranger at Yellowstone National Park next week, overseeing a team of 170 employees and a division budget of $16 million.
Watchdog: Purchase of $39K painting violated regulations
The National Park Service violated federal regulations to acquire a $39,000 painting for the Kings Mountain National Military Park visitor center in South Carolina, the Interior Department's Office of Inspector General said today.
How a search for underwater gold hit a technology jackpot
In 2011, David Lang and Eric Stackpole decided to look for gold in the foothills of Northern California's Trinity Alps, hoping to find a stash that supposedly had been abandoned by thieves during the Gold Rush in 1848.
Trump plans July 4 speech on National Mall
President Trump will speak at a July Fourth celebration at the Lincoln Memorial, the U.S. Park Police confirmed today.