Most birds in the United States have been protected under federal law. But now, to benefit the energy industry, the Trump administration has made a major change to how the law is enforced.
President Trump is facing a Jan. 26 deadline to decide whether to impose tariffs on solar imports. While tariffs could help level the playing field for U.S. manfacturers, they could also raise prices.
A sea lion named Biff is one of a lucky few with new homes in zoos and aquariums after they were removed from the Columbia River to protect salmon.
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A new study claims government killing of wolves can increase the risk to nearby farms, providing further evidence for the ineffectiveness of the so-called "lethal control" policy approach.
In the winter, king tides give us a glimpse of the future: the homes and infrastructure likely to get flooded during the next few decades.
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Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden is calling for an investigation into Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s misuse of wildfire preparedness funds after news reports revealed Zinke used the funds for unrelated travel.
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A federal judge has approved a plan to spill more water through dams in the Columbia River Basin this spring.
Washington’s commissioner of public lands is calling on the state legislature to put a price on carbon.
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The Oregon Court of Appeals has ruled that the Portland City Council did not violate the U.S. Constitution with a 2015 resolution that banned new fossil fuel terminals.
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The Trump administration announced a new plan Thursday that would allow offshore oil and gas drilling in the ocean off the Pacific Northwest coast.