Department Of The Interior

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    EPA's funding facing rollback

    House Republicans are attempting to slash funding for climate-change programs and reduce the power of regulatory agencies in a spending bill for next year that Democrats call an assault on the environment.


  • ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Continuing Resolution removes the gray wolf of the Northern Rocky Mountains from the endangered species list and allows for state management, which would include managed hunts for the wolves.

    Environmentalists suffer on key budget provisions

    The biggest losers in the federal budget deal may have been environmentalists, who suffered setbacks not only with cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency budget but also with the shellacking of two of the movement's pet programs.


  • Hit Mexican film pulled pending legal challenge

    A theater chain halted screenings Monday of an acclaimed documentary about the failings of Mexico's justice system pending a court ruling on a complaint from a prosecution witness.


  • Facing reality on our rare-earth policies

    So the United States has threatened to go to the World Trade Organization (WTO) with its concerns over China's rare-earth policies ("Beijing to cut rare-earth exports again," Geopolitics, Dec. 29). We would get much further if we went after the White House, Interior Department, Congress and environmental activist groups.


  • Facing reality on our rare-earth policies

    So the United States has threatened to go to the World Trade Organization (WTO) with its concerns over China's rare-earth policies ("Beijing to cut rare-earth exports again," Geopolitics, Dec. 29). We would get much further if we went after the White House, Interior Department, Congress and environmental activist groups.


  • Facing reality on our rare-earth policies

    So the United States has threatened to go to the World Trade Organization (WTO) with its concerns over China's rare-earth policies ("Beijing to cut rare-earth exports again," Geopolitics, Dec. 29). We would get much further if we went after the White House, Interior Department, Congress and environmental activist groups.


  • Facing reality on our rare-earth policies

    So the United States has threatened to go to the World Trade Organization (WTO) with its concerns over China's rare-earth policies ("Beijing to cut rare-earth exports again," Geopolitics, Dec. 29). We would get much further if we went after the White House, Interior Department, Congress and environmental activist groups.


  • Facing reality on our rare-earth policies

    So the United States has threatened to go to the World Trade Organization (WTO) with its concerns over China's rare-earth policies ("Beijing to cut rare-earth exports again," Geopolitics, Dec. 29). We would get much further if we went after the White House, Interior Department, Congress and environmental activist groups.


  • Facing reality on our rare-earth policies

    So the United States has threatened to go to the World Trade Organization (WTO) with its concerns over China's rare-earth policies ("Beijing to cut rare-earth exports again," Geopolitics, Dec. 29). We would get much further if we went after the White House, Interior Department, Congress and environmental activist groups.


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