Claims court warns: Scams on the rise during pandemic
The low-profile but powerful federal court that handles some big-ticket public lands and natural resources cases is cautioning people to watch out for frauds and scams amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Meet the officers leading FWS assault against coronavirus
Hurricanes, screwworms and shooting wars helped prepare the Fish and Wildlife Service's emergency management leaders for the coronavirus pandemic they now confront.
House members urge Interior to retain bird protections
Forty-seven House members beseeched Interior Secretary David Bernhardt yesterday to reverse his plan for narrowing migratory bird protections.
Pandemic forces some progress at land appeals board
The new coronavirus pandemic has slowed proceedings before the Interior Board of Land Appeals but has spurred at least one modernizing move welcomed by attorneys.
Budget 'cut' sends mixed law enforcement message
Last month, the Interior Department proposed eliminating law enforcement funding for the Indian Arts and Crafts Board.