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
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
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
Why does the agency still refuse to pay the mineral royalties it owes to Indian plaintiffs?
by Paul VanDevelder ,
Oct 13, 2008