Department of the Interior
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is big mad.
In many cases, the changes elevate economic impact and private interests over a species’ need for protection.
Current and former Cabinet members have spent millions in taxpayer money on unusually costly items.
The Bureau of Land Management gave out new identification cards with illustrations of oil rigs and cowboys.
It's working to maintain the “historic FDR-era building.”
The Trump administration just decided to allow a remote Alaskan town to build a road through federally protected lands.
Here's 5 moves the administration made in the final days of 2017.
The GOP plans to void a rule that stops oil, gas, and coal companies from artificially depressing their royalty rates.
The tweets were just a bunch of scientific facts, posted without comment. Now they're gone.
For the second Friday in a row, the White House says it's updating a 30-year-old rule coving the fossil fuel industry — And, for the second time in two weeks, environmentalists say it's a good start.
The Obama administration's decision not to list the dwindling wild bird as officially endangered aimed to strike a balance between environmentalists and energy interests, but may end up being challenged in court by both.