In an era when X (formerly Twitter) is blamed for all the ills of the world, here's a case where it did good.
Let the people pick berries!
John Sturgeon can once again "rev up his hovercraft" to hunt moose on Alaska's rivers, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously.
Some news outlets have insinuated that the government shutdown is to blame for several tragic deaths. Statistics say otherwise.
They have a profit-based incentive to keep the tourists coming.
Yes, the government shutdown is to blame. No, it's not that big of a deal.
The National Park Service says there's an "enormous cost" to managing large political protests.
There are better ways to pay for hiking trails.
The FBI has not released the names of the cops or any other information since opening an investigation.
Environmental activists go ballistic.
Trump rose to power on tweets; maybe tweets will take him down too.
Updating rules to include "the use of electronic cigarettes and other electronic nicotine delivery systems" in national parks.
LGBT history gets its first national monument and all that entails.
Learn from history and stop trying to use the law to hurt others.
The documentary filmmaker is teaming up with the privately funded conservation group.
Restoring the herds and landscape seen by Lewis and Clark
Man shocked (geddit?) by park ranger's behavior.
Urbanization, forest, and agricultural trends point in a more hopeful direction
Glenn Taylor toppled a 170 million-year-old formation in Goblin Valley State Park
Goblin Valley State Park
Brought before House for hearing about methods behind closing things that didn't need to be closed
Something that produces revenue for the government via voluntary action. Can't have that!
Shutdown fight in Washington D.C. in its second week
Republican Lawmakers To Look Into Reports of Feds Kicking Families Out of Their Homes Amid Government Shutdown
Some homes and private businesses are on federal land
Democrats not fans of "piecemeal" strategy
Granted exemption from furloughs
Going a little overboard, aren't we?
But more veterans are coming
Pentagon and National Parks Service provide details