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Jan 28 (Reuters) - The son of a Nevada rancher who was at the center of an armed stand-off with federal agents in a dispute
Watch the video above. "I know the black folks have had a hard time with the slavery, and you know, the government was in
In April the Bundy family ranch was the site of an armed protest against the U.S. Bureau of Land Management as it sought
Controversial Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy says his standoff with the Federal Government was inspired by God.
In the federal lawsuit filed in Washington, attorneys for the group - Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEEP
Police sources told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that the shooters shouted "this is the start of a revolution" before killing
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy has decided to leave the Republican Party, the Associated Press reported Monday.
WorldNetDaily was an early cheerleader of the standoff between Cliven Bundy and the federal government. But the feds have backed off, the militias are still hanging out and threatening people -- which, curiously, WND has not reported.
The protest, which is scheduled to start 9 a.m. Saturday, has already ruffled feathers in the local community. Nevada rancher
By Jennifer Dobner Rancher Cliven Bundy of Bunkerville became a symbol for conservative Republicans in April, particularly
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy claimed he didn’t understand the bipartisan outrage over his recent comments suggesting the "Negro people" were “better off” as slaves.
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy claimed during a Friday interview on CNN that he didn’t understand the bipartisan outrage over
"Today, Bundy revealed himself to be a hateful racist," said Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), who last week called
CORRECTION: Harry Reid was originally misidentified as a Republican. He is a Democrat. For more on Bundy's comments and his
Long-simmering tensions between rancher Cliven Bundy and government officials turned into an outright dispute when the Bureau