by Scott Keyes Jul 16, 2014
Will the oldest national park in the world soon feature oil derricks?
by Claire Moser - Guest Contributor Jul 10, 2014
Cruz's amendment would require the federal government to transfer excess land to the states or sell it to the highest bidder.
by Ari Phillips Jul 3, 2014
A new study confirms that climate change is underway in America's treasured national parks.
by Zack Ford May 30, 2014
An openly gay park ranger explains why preserving LGBT history is important.
by Joanna M. Foster May 14, 2014
Two World Wildlife Fund (WWF) staff members have received death threats for speaking out against oil exploration in Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
by Jeff Spross May 1, 2014
Marc Jacobs, one of the GOP's candidates for Iowa's Senate seat, has an unusual idea for lowering government debt: sell off publicly-owned mineral rights.
by Katie Valentine Apr 18, 2014
“This is a wake-up call,” one Park Service researcher said.
by Matt Lee-Ashley - Guest Contributor Mar 26, 2014
"Guys on the West Coast ... west of the Mississippi, they know they've got oil and gas under the land that they can't touch because it's on a national park or some sort of federal land,” said Rep. Pete Olson.
by Matt Lee-Ashley - Guest Contributor Mar 20, 2014
The House of Representatives is planning to vote next week to overturn a 108 year-old law that presidents of both parties have used to protect iconic American places, including the Grand Canyon, the Statue of Liberty, and Arches National Park.
by Joanna M. Foster Mar 11, 2014
On Tuesday, President Obama used his executive authority to create a new national monument, signaling he is serious about bypassing congressional inaction when necessary.