Remember Halliburton, the oil company formerly led by Vice President Dick Cheney, which the Bush administration rewarded handsomely with no-bid government contracts? Well, they’re back in the news because time is a flat circle, and we’re all dead already.
I love dogs! Big dogs, small dogs, fluff-o’s, freaking gnarly-ass dogs, you name ‘em, I love ‘em.
Three high-ranking Interior officials told CNN that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has made several comments to his employees asserting that he doesn’t think diversity matters.
It’s been a dreadful week for Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, a close personal friend of Exxon and BP and a noted personal flag enthusiast. In a Senate hearing on Tuesday, Zinke defended himself against charges of ethics violations related to his use of public money to charter private flights—including one $12,000 trip…
Donald Trump is reportedly pissed off about the very bad and corrupt group of people he’s assembled as his Cabinet, which he once called the “finest group of people ever assembled as a Cabinet.”
On Thursday, the Associated Press reported that Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke spent a staggering $139,000 on a door (or, rather, on “upgrading” three sets of double doors in his office).
It’s hard to tell who among the Trump administration has accumulated the most alleged ethics violations in the past year, but Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke certainly ranks right up there.
In a blistering complaint filed Monday with the Interior Department’s Office of the Inspector General, an environmental advocacy group is urging the agency to review what it says are “blatant violations” of federal vacancy laws committed by President Donald Trump and Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke.
Frustrated by the fact that their sweet leader, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, has apparently refused to meet with them even once since he took office, nine members of the National Park Service Advisory Board “abruptly quit” Monday night, the Washington Post reports. The board is responsible for designating natural…
Secretary of the Interior and real-life cowboy Ryan Zinke announced Tuesday that he would no longer consider leasing Florida’s coastal waters to oil and gas companies, after discussing state officials’ environmental tourism concerns with Florida Gov. Rick Scott. Zinke told reporters just five days ago that the Trump…
The key to effective trolling is understanding your target. Filmmaker Michael Moore clearly understands that Republicans only care about environmental threats when they happen in their backyards.
The Trump administration’s ongoing efforts to wipe out environmental regulations governing energy and other industries continued this week with a decision by the Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management to rescind a 2015 fracking rule.
The Trump presidency has thus far been defined by an uncanny sort of double-consciousness. For all the surface-level visibility claimed by the president, who spent a full third of his first year in office padding from the golf course to the television set in Trump-owned properties, there exists a huge void when it…
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has a neat little trick for avoiding traffic in DC: taking government helicopters, instead.
Update, 4:30 p.m.: Several news sources are reporting that Puerto Rico’s power authority will move to cancel its $300 million contract with Whitefish Energy following several damaging news reports and a call Sunday by the governor to revoke the deal.
On Monday, The Washington Post reported that Whitefish Energy, a tiny Montana-based company with clear connections to the Trump administration, had secured a $300 million contract to restore Puerto Rico’s electricity.