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  • Ten for Tuesday: Caroline says yes

     
    Obama leads after electoral votes were cast in state Capitols yesterday, and his election as President will become official when the votes are tallied in Congress on Jan. 6. Caroline Kennedy has thrown down for the Senate seat, and......
  • New 'State of the Birds' report says seabirds especially vulnerable to climate change

     
    AUSTIN, Texas — Global climate change poses a significant threat to migratory bird populations, which are already stressed by the loss of habitat and environmental pollution, according to a report released Thursday. U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar...
  • Groups say they'll sue federal agency for not offering protected status to sage grouse

     
    Three environmental groups announced Monday that they intend to sue the Interior Department for not protecting sage grouse as an endangered or threatened species. The Center for Biological Diversity, Desert Survivors and Western Watersheds Project said...
  • Santa Barbara offshore drilling moratorium saved in Obama plan

     
    Activists in Southern California breathed a sigh of relief Wednesday at news of the Obama administration's offshore drilling plan. While environmentalists elsewhere lamented the opening of new areas to drilling and the petroleum industry bemoaned not...
  • What's next for oil in the Alaskan Arctic?

     
    Just because the Obama administration has finally settled on its strategy for offshore oil and gas development on the Outer Continental Shelf, don't think the issue of what happens in the Alaskan Arctic is settled -- far from it. Already,......
  • 2 Hawaiian birds on endangered-species list

     
    From WildEarth Guardians News: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has published a rule in the Federal Register indicating that it will protect 48 Kauai, Hawaii, species under the Endangered Species Act.  Protection for 45 plants, two birds (akekee and...
  • Obama hails the Great Outdoors from inside the Interior Dept.

     
    Democrat vows not to let Americans mar the natural work of the nation's ages....
  • Free admission offered during National Parks Week

     
    National Parks Week begins Saturday and runs through April 25, and to celebrate, all 392 national parks nationwide will offer free admission. Parks will also offer additional activities as well as special offers on lodging, tours, food and souvenirs. A......
  • Cape Cod windfarm gaining approval

     
    by Jim Tankersley and updated at 12:30 pm EDT The Obama administration has approved a long-delayed, highly controversial offshore wind project off Cape Cod, Mass. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is set to announce the decision, to grant federal permits to....
  • Oil spill renews off-shore drilling debate

     
    by Jim Tankersley The growing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico was designated a spill of national significance and three top Cabinet officials will tour the site, the federal government said today as it stepped up efforts to deal......
  • Gulf of Mexico oil leak called spill of ‘national significance’

     
    The growing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico was designated a spill of national significance and three top Cabinet officials will tour the site, the federal government said Thursday as it stepped up its efforts to deal with the......