The U.S. labor force added 228,000 jobs in November while September's numbers were revised to show a small bump rather than a loss in employment, according to the The New York Times.
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The outdoor retailer Patagonia is suing the Trump administration for rescinding 85 percent of Utah's Bears Ears National Monument, the Associated Press reports.
Disaster relief from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) paid for unauthorized repairs to a casino and a contractor’s bonus worth more than $300,000, The Washington Free Beacon reported.
Southwestern California was upgraded from a "code red" to "code purple" fire danger level Thursday after a number of wildfires torched neighborhoods and forced thousands of evacuations.
Many residents of Ojai, Calif., are voluntarily evacuating as the Thomas Fire that tore through parts of Ventura city now burns toward the town of 7,000, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The U.S. private sector workforce grew by roughly 190,000 jobs in November, meeting economists' anticipations for the month, Reuters reports.
The Bureau of Land Management is auctioning off 10 million acres worth of leases Wednesday for oil and gas exploration in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A), 150 miles west of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).
A wildfire spurred by wind gusts has razed at least 150 structures, including an apartment complex and psychiatric hospital, and forced thousands of evacuations in Ventura, Cali., the Los Angeles Times reports.
An industry trade group is offering perspective and dispelling myths used by environmentalists to launch lawsuits against businesses, the Washington Examiner reports.
Five Native American tribes are suing President Donald Trump's administration over the president’s decision to shrink the Bears Ears National Monument by 85 percent.
High wind drove a wildfire into the city of Ventura, Calif., early Tuesday, razing about 150 structures and forcing 27,000 people to evacuate, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Ten environmental groups joined in a lawsuit against top administration officials Monday after President Donald Trump cut land at Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument by nearly half.
President Donald Trump signed two executive orders Monday to reduce the size Utah’s Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments.
President Donald Trump is making one of the largest reductions to national monuments since Congress empowered the president to designate the monuments in 1906 under the Antiquities Act.
Revenue generated from energy and mineral leases has increased by nearly $1 billion over 2016 levels, according to a Thursday Department of the Interior press release.
The House voted Thursday to overturn a two-year ban on mining in Minnesota’s Superior National Forest that former President Barack Obama ordered days before he left office, according to The Hill.
British Prime Minister Theresa May proposed London’s stock exchange as the venue for state oil giant Saudi Aramco to sell its IPO, the U.K.’s Mirror reports.
President Donald Trump plans to scrap roughly 85 percent of Bears Ears and half of Grand Staircase Escalante after Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke reviewed the national monuments’ designations, according to documents obtained by The Washington Post.
Most staff members at LA Weekly were purged Wednesday after the outlet was sold to a little known company, Semanal Media, according to the Los Angeles Times.
A Royal Dutch Shell executive pledged that his company would increase investment in renewable energy while cutting its carbon output in half by 2050, The New York Times reports.