A federal felony complaint reveals that the feds are continuing to investigate extremism on public lands.
A 21st-century vision for Western public lands, including their role in solving challenges like climate change.
Dozens of high-profile former federal employees sign a letter urging Congress to address Sagebrush Insurgency threats.
Idaho has sold off 40 percent of its state lands. Why would it do any different with formerly federal lands?
Urban sprawl, energy development, agriculture and forestry have an ever-larger footprint on the West.
A candidate for governor is drawing heat over revelations that he sued to close river access on the Gallatin River.
Advocates for federal-to-state land transfers have overlooked some of the implications, including higher grazing fees.
The agency made a plan to protect female employees in 2000, but it appears no meaningful action was taken.
Chief Jon Jarvis faces ethical challenges and questions about the agency’s approach to sexual harassment.