A new U.N. report finds one million species face extinction. The Department of the Interior and the Fish and Wildlife Service are adding to the problem.
State and federal agencies are warring over who has control of wildlife on public lands, while landscapes get trampled and invasive species obliterate endangered ones.
Democrats and environmental advocacy groups oppose Bernhardt's nomination due to his background as an oil and mining industry lobbyist.
The documents went back up two days after a newspaper reported their removal, and just 12 days before the close of the plan's public comment period.
On the latest episode of Pacific Standard's podcast about how our stories are made, we talk with contributor Jimmy Tobias about his investigation into Ryan Zinke's DOI.
The former director of the Department of the Interior's policy office opens up about where the agency went wrong—and how to save it.
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke on Tuesday announced the approval of the first offshore oil production facility in federal waters off the coast of Alaska.
Aurelia Skipwith is a biologist and lawyer who's been with the Department of the Interior since April of 2017.
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke directed federal agencies to smooth the way for installing seismic sensors out west.
President Donald Trump is expected to preside over a signing ceremony today for a memorandum to reduce redundancies in the federal permitting process.
Income from oil and gas production doesn’t always trickle down to landowners, as companies find ways to minimize the share they pay in royalties.