During the last eight years, Bush’s Interior Department has been embroiled in enough corruption, sex and scandal to fuel several soap operas.
by Jonathan Thompson ,
Dec 22, 2008
Citizens use a little-known legal doctrine called qui tam
to fight energy company profiteering – and make money in the
by Matt Jenkins,
Mar 06, 2006
Jonathan Thompson and Cally Carswell talk about the scandal-plagued Minerals Management Service.
by Cally Carswell,
May 21, 2010
Why does the agency still refuse to pay the mineral royalties it owes to Indian plaintiffs?
by Paul VanDevelder ,
Oct 13, 2008
Recent scandals at the Interior Department – this time involving environmentalists – pale in magnitude (and luridness) compared to the agency's dalliances with industry.
by Jonathan Thompson,
Nov 09, 2009