Pendley calls herds an 'existential threat' to Western land
The Bureau of Land Management is scurrying to complete a comprehensive — and overdue — report to Congress that lawmakers expect will propose specific strategies to address the "financial and political challenges of controlling wild horse and burro populations."
BLM chief: Banning oil and gas is 'absolutely insane'
Bureau of Land Management acting chief William Perry Pendley today slammed calls by some Democratic presidential contenders to ban oil and gas leasing on federal lands.
BLM names new Calif. director
The Bureau of Land Management has chosen a 27-year federal career official to lead the California state office, which manages more than 15 million acres of federal land.
BLM chief offers 'next steps' for the move West
The deadline is coming for dozens of employees in the Bureau of Land Management's Washington, D.C.-based headquarters to decide whether they will leave the bureau or move out West as part of a reorganization plan.
BLM approves contested Calif. oil and gas plan
The Bureau of Land Management has approved a proposal delayed for nearly a decade due to litigation that authorizes oil and natural gas leasing and development on federal lands across central California.