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November 18, 2015
Yellowstone park proposes killing 1,000 bison this winter
Yellowstone National Park proposes to kill roughly 1,000 wild bison this winter — mostly calves and females — as officials ...
November 18, 2015
US, Cuba sign first environmental accord since thaw
The United States and Cuba signed an agreement Wednesday to join forces and protect the vast array of fish and corals they ...
November 13, 2015
Tribes want protections to remain for sacred grizzly bears
American Indians across the Western U.S. are challenging moves by federal wildlife officials to lift protections for grizzly ...
November 12, 2015
Crowd gathers at Hanford B Reactor as national park created
Hundreds of people gathered Thursday inside the historic B Reactor on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation to mark the creation ...
October 29, 2015
Laura Bush and daughter Jenna co-writing children's book
Former first lady Laura Bush and daughter Jenna Bush Hager are working on another children's book. HarperCollins Publishers ...
October 27, 2015
Lions, pride of Africa, vanishing in West Africa
Lions, that symbol of Africa's wild beauty, power and freedom, no longer roam in Mali. Or in Ivory Coast or Ghana or ...
October 21, 2015
Bush would move Interior Department HQ to the West
Jeb Bush said Wednesday that he would rein in regulation at the Interior Department as president and try to move its ...
October 18, 2015
Public has chance to name new moth species
An auction on eBay allows the public to make a different kind of purchase as they peruse the used clothing, electronics and ...
October 10, 2015
Spirit of family reunion marks Million Man March anniversary
Black men and women joyously returned to the National Mall on Saturday for the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, ...
October 05, 2015
Correction: Aspen Trees-Disease story
In a story Oct. 3 about a disease affecting aspen trees, The Associated Press erroneously reported the names of a forest ...
October 01, 2015
High court to hear appeal of National Park Service authority
The Supreme Court will decide whether the National Park Service has authority to enforce federal regulations on state-owned ...
September 24, 2015
Scientists: Drought stressing California's Giant Sequoias
Giant Sequoias growing in California's Sierra Nevada are among the largest and oldest living things on earth, but scientists ...
September 14, 2015
Concerns over aggressive goats lead to Idaho trail closure
The U.S. Forest Service has temporarily closed a northern Idaho hiking trail over concerns about aggressive mountain goats ...
September 11, 2015
Mobile food trucks, revamped lodges coming to Grand Canyon
Mobile food trucks, revamped lodges and a possible valet service are coming to the Grand Canyon's South Rim under a new ...
September 09, 2015
Artifacts removed after Sandy return to Ellis Island
Artifacts that were removed from the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration after Superstorm Sandy are being returned ...
September 07, 2015
Zimbabwe seems to cool off on extraditing Cecil's hunter
Zimbabwean authorities seem to have cooled off on pursuing the case against Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer, amid fears that ...
September 06, 2015
3rd problem bear from same mom's littler euthanized at Tahoe
Are some bears just born to be bad? Or do they learn from other bears that raid garbage cans, break into cars and homes and ...
September 03, 2015
Teens take on preservation work at national monuments
With the sun blazing overhead, the crew of Native American youth tries to work quickly. Their hands are covered with dry, ...
September 02, 2015
In climate bid, Obama stares down melting Alaska glacier
President Barack Obama stared down a melting glacier in Alaska on Tuesday in a dramatic use of his presidential pulpit to ...
September 01, 2015
'Jurassic National Monument' proposal gets local support
A proposal from two congressmen to convert a central Utah dinosaur fossil quarry rich in Jurassic-period bones into a ...