No official organization, no tickets, and a different relationship with federal authorities created a near-anarchistic civic experience for Americans battered by COVID-19 anxieties.
A federal lawsuit demands that the government honor its appeals process regarding the costs it imposes on the annual event.
The Bureau of Land Management sees no Fourth Amendment concerns with searching American citizens for reasons to arrest them without probable cause when it comes to their event permits.
Can the government demand a warrantless search with no probable cause of ticket holders as a condition of issuing an event permit?
District Attorney finds too many questionable stop and search practices in campaign of harassment aimed at Burners.
The feds insist it's just a coincidence that an opioid task force targeted the one road to Burning Man as the event ramped up.
Larry Harvey, the founder of Burning Man, gifted to American culture a fresh and much-needed ritual.
Last year a woman went into respiratory failure when a medic shot her with ketamine to help cops subdue her.
Disturbing privacy-violating practice at Burning Man finds drug dogs once again striking out.
Which is a shame for those who can't tolerate any space not managed by compulsion
Federal Bureau of Land Management to Burning Man: Give Us Real Toilets, and Clean Them! Safety is All!
The federal agents who hold the festival's life in their hands demand to be gifted better accommodations.