The latest news on national parks
The federal government authorizes Utah to reopen its five national parks by the weekend.
People are fighting back against the shutdown in acts of civil disobedience.
Economy could lose $76 million from tourism each day during the government shutdown.
A new bill would create a national historical park to protect the Apollo landing sites.
An investigation of the U.S. Park Police found that the force has lost track of hundreds of weapons.
Why do seniors receive preferential National Park prices?
The move is the latest in a series of presidential executive actions.
A religious group is spending the 40 days leading up to the election praying on the National Mall.
Climbing temperatures spell doom for America's remaining continental glaciers and set records worldwide.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar looks to a Republican icon for bipartisan conservation inspiration