As the coronavirus sweeps through the upper reaches of government, Republican Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic challenger Sen. Kamala Harris faced off Wednesday night in a debate highlighting the parties' sharply conflicting visions for a nation in crisis.
The Trump administration recently slashed the size of Bears Ears National Monument, leaving paleontologists worried about the fate of the area's rare fossils.
The Trump administration plans to drastically shrink the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments in Utah. Conservation and Native American groups have sued, saying only Congress can make that change.
Trump shrunk the size of Bears Ears National Monument by more than 80 percent and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument by roughly 45 percent by signing two presidential proclamations.
Remember "Drill, baby, drill"? Well, it's back — and this time it's likely to become a reality.
A leaked report says Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke wants to shrink or alter some national monuments in order to allow greater commercial use of the land.
The campaign for John Curtis says the mistake is a chance for dialogue. But one DACA recipient isn't so sure.
About 154,000 people are eligible to renew their status for two more years. But not everyone thinks it's worth it.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s interim report recommends changes to Bears Ears National Monument’s 1.3 million acres of protected lands.
It started as a private Facebook group of a few Mormon women in Utah, upset about the Trump administration’s travel ban on immigrants. In a matter of weeks, Mormon Women for Ethical Government went national.
Mormons in Utah have their own history of religious persecution. But then the state went for Trump, who had proposed faith-based immigration bans. Muslims there are wondering what to make of that.