United States Department of the Interior
A criminal referral says David Bernhardt engaged in possible criminal conduct while helping an Arizona developer get a crucial permit for a housing project.
The program will allow states, tribes and NGOs to access numerous federal conservation and restoration grants all in one place.
The former Interior Department chief remained directly involved in a Montana real estate project after joining the Trump administration.
The Interior Department has approved royalty relief for one of America's largest coal companies — a move that flies in the face of its own climate agenda.
The Interior Department's inspector general said protesters in the square were pushed out of the area to allow a contractor to install fencing.
Tommy Beaudreau has a long list of potential conflicts of interest, including former clients in the coal, oil, gas and renewable energy sectors.
A 2020 legal memo gave North Dakota ownership of mineral rights beneath the section of the Missouri River that flows through the Fort Berthold Reservation.
The Senate confirmed the congresswoman to lead the Interior Department, putting an Indigenous woman in charge of stewarding America's public lands.
Senator Calls Out Opposition To Deb Haaland: 'A Woman Of Color Is Being Held To A Different Standard'
“I think we need to be honest with ourselves about what is going on here,” Sen. Tina Smith (D-Minn.) plans to say on the Senate floor Monday.
Lisa Murkowski and Don Young back Biden's historic interior secretary nominee. So do tribes in their state. Where's the Republican senator?