Combs, Trump’s nominee to be assistant secretary of the Interior, is just one of the grifters in the Trump administration.
Happy ending? Not so fast. Scott Pruitt may be gone, but his spirit still haunts the EPA.
A report by a private research company found that U.S. emissions, which amount to one-sixth of the planet's, didn't fall in 2018 but instead skyrocketed.
Aurelia Skipwith, Trump’s nominee to head our nation’s Fish and Wildlife Service, is a Kentucky attorney and former Monsanto employee with ties to a one-time Montana state lawmaker with connections to former Interior Secretary Ryan ...
Ryan Zinke is out as secretary of the Interior, but in his last days in office he tried to suppress what we can learn about the destruction Trump is doing to our nation’s public lands.
The land, most now scheduled to be sold in February and March, is home to the imperiled greater sage grouse, a ground-nesting bird known for its distinctive mating dance.
Biologist Billy Justus said the agency doesn’t have the funding to do the research to figure out whose pollution caused the algae to grow.
And rather than offer any real plans or words of comfort, Zinke opted to take cheap shots at political adversaries.