In a story citing three anonymous sources, the Washington Post on Thursday reported that a U.S. Deputy Attorney General delayed pursuing potential criminal charges related to the actions of Ryan Zinke, former Montana congressman and Secretary of the Interior.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock was named by the New York Times this week as a potential pick for the cabinet of Democratic President-elect Joe Biden.
A bison advocacy group sought the release of the documents from the National Park Service through the Freedom of Information Act.
“It’s a blueprint which we hope the congressional delegation will follow,” Blackfeet Tribal Historic Preservation Officer John Murray said on Thursday.
Ochenski opinion: Allowing polluting industries to escape monitoring and enforcement won't help the nation fight coronavirus.
In a Monday letter to news media outlets, Billings Rep. Rodney Garcia now insists his initial comments about shooting or jailing socialists were a "well received joke."
Facing significant legal challenges, the Trump administration has disbanded its advisory board created to help boost trophy hunting and relax federal rules for importing the heads and hides of African elephants, lions and rhinos.
A Billings Republican legislator has said he believes the U.S. Constitution calls for the shooting or jailing of those who identify as socialists.
Former Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke repeated Friday that he’s opposed to a transfer of the National Bison Range to the Confederated Salish and Kootani Tribes. But he did say that he didn't mind the tribes managing the bison.
Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has closed his congressional campaign account and given nearly all of the fundraising cash that was left to a charitable foundation he started and his wife now runs.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Food trucks. Wi-Fi. Hot showers.
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK — Sperry’s Chalet’s interior walls and doors are stained a rich chocolate brown, the 52 six-pane windows are installed, and it looks like the construction crews will meet their goal of wrapping up the rebuilding of the historic dormitory before the snow sets in.
WASHINGTON — Leaders of the Trump administration's Interior Department violated federal law in dipping into user fees to reopen national parks during last winter's government shutdown, a government watchdog agency concludes in a scathing legal opinion that warns officials risk fines and prison if they do it again.
A federal push to weaken the Endangered Species Act — the latest target in the Trump administration's crusade against environmental protection…
Mike Dennison has a simple definition of success.
A judge barred the Trump administration on Tuesday from acting on the recommendations of an energy advisory panel that was created to make it easier to extract fossil fuels from public lands and waters.
A U.S. judge has barred the Trump administration from acting on the recommendations of an advisory panel that was created to make it easier to extract fossil fuels from public lands and waters.
This is in response to your recent opinion piece by George Ochenski on May 27: "Note to tourists: Enjoy Montana, don’t destroy Montana.”
Four years after its planned release, the Bureau of Land Management has published for comment a draft plan for managing some of the wildest country in central Montana along the Missouri River.
Federal officials canceled without explanation all upcoming meetings of an advisory panel that had been created by the Trump administration to make it easier to extract fossil fuels from publicly leased land and offshore sites.