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Ken Salazar

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  • Special edition duck-stamp envelope now available; sales to support Gulf Coast wildlife refuges

     
    U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar recently unveiled a special-edition federal-duck-stamp envelope, or cachet, which is now for sale for $25. The proceeds will be used in the purchase of Gulf Coast wetlands for inclusion in the National Wildlife.....
  • 34 wild horses died in recent Nevada roundup, Bureau of Land Management says

     
    RENO, Nev. — Federal officials confirmed Wednesday that 34 wild horses died or were euthanized during a roundup of animals from parched rangeland in Nevada, sparking fresh criticism from horse protection advocates pressing the Obama administration to...
  • Court rejects stay sought by wild horse advocates, allows California and Nevada roundup to commence

     
    RENO, Nev. — A federal appeals court on Tuesday cleared the way for the roundup of more than 2,000 wild horses in California and Nevada, rejecting critics' claims that the free-roaming mustangs have a legal right to remain on the......
  • Gulf oil spill: BP's ad spending climbs

     
    As BP oil spread across the gulf this summer, the company spread advertising money across the media, spending more than $93 million to counter images of the mounting disaster. That was more than triple the amount the company spent on......
  • Salazar: Arctic oil drilling must wait

     
    Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is making it clear that he's in no hurry to open the door to new exploratory oil and gas drilling in the offshore Arctic -- not, he said, until more is known about the potential pitfalls.......
  • Obama: Immigration ‘not just a Latino problem’

     
    The White House released a speech from President Barack Obama before the Congressional Hispanic Caucus. Now that there’s new debate in D.C. over immigration reform, Obama dwelled on that issue as well. Senator Harry Reid said he is reintroducing the...
  • Obama quicker to claim credit for BP oil well-sealing

     
    The federal response to the nation's worst environmental disaster may have been slow, but not this response....
  • Gulf oil spill: Reaction to lifting of drilling moratorium is mixed [Updated]

     
    Reaction to the Obama administration's move to lift the 4-month-old moratorium on deep-water drilling was swift Tuesday. The American Petroleum Institute welcomed the move but asked for swift approval of permits: While we are pleased that the Interior...
  • Federal judge orders review of polar bear's status under the Endangered Species Act

     
    WASHINGTON — A federal judge is ordering the Obama administration to review whether polar bears, at risk because of global warming, are endangered under federal law. U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan wants the Interior Department to clarify a George W....
  • BrightSource breaks ground on Ivanpah solar project

     
    It's not in China, nor in Germany. It's not in Spain, and it certainly isn't in Texas. The largest solar thermal project in the world is being built in California, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger crowed Wednesday morning to raucous applause at......
  • Brightsource's Ivanpah solar project breaks ground

     
    The weather was nippy and the casinos of Primm were looming within eyeshot, but Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was still in a jolly mood Wednesday morning. After all, the largest solar thermal project in the world was breaking ground on his......