After 41 days, an armed occupation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge came to a conclusion Thursday morning. David Fry was the last occupant to surrender.
By Bradley W. Parks and John Rosman, OPB
Few places on this planet have gone unexplored. Just 60 miles from Portland, Oregon, there's a natural wonder that was first spotted in 2010. Last summer, an expedition team navigated for three days to reach their goal: Valhalla Canyon. Oregon…
By PBS NewsHour
The indictment charging Ammon Bundy and 15 other militants who occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge was released Thursday morning.
By Conrad Wilson, OPB
BURNS, Ore. -- FBI officials have established checkpoints around the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge as a handful of armed militants remain inside.
By Ryan Haas, John Rosman and John Sepulvado, OPB
By Oregon Public Broadcasting staff
The FBI and Oregon State Police have arrested several people in connection to the occupation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. One person was killed.
By Amanda Peacher, OPB
The militiamen said their mission in Burns, Oregon, is to put the federal lands under local control, although it’s unclear by what means. The leader of the occupation, Ammon Bundy, said the protesters have a plan that will take “several…
A group of protesters and purported militiamen occupied a federal building at an Oregon wildlife refuge late Saturday and vowed to stay there indefinitely to highlight rancher rights. Amelia Templeton, a reporter for Oregon Public Broadcasting, joins Hari Sreenivasan on…
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