Seven children who were taken to perform for occupiers during the armed takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge earlier this year have been placed in the temporary custody of Kansas child welfare officials.
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Lawyers for those who occupied a national wildlife refuge in Oregon earlier this year are concerned a jury composed of people from liberal Portland won’t be impartial.
The Associated Press, a worldwide newsgathering organization, has joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s fight against a government bid to withhold key evidence from the public in the Bunkerville standoff case.
Federal prosecutors are defending their push for secrecy in the criminal case tied to the 2014 armed standoff with law enforcement near Bunkerville.
A government proposal to withhold key evidence from the public in the Bunkerville standoff case is “overbroad and unsupported,” according to court papers filed by the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Friday.
Pete Santilli is playing the media card in a bid to gain his release from federal custody in the criminal case stemming from the Bunkerville standoff.
A federal judge Tuesday set a new Feb. 6, 2017, trial date for Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and 18 other defendants charged in the April 2014 armed standoff with law enforcement near Bunkerville.
Lawyers for Ammon Bundy plan to argue that the federal government lacks jurisdiction to prosecute him for the takeover of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon.
One day after Earth Day, members of the Moapa Band of Paiutes and other tribes marched into the heart of Gold Butte carrying a plea for protection.
The majority of the 19 defendants charged in the 2014 Bunkerville standoff — including rancher Cliven Bundy and four of his sons — indicated Friday that they want to exercise their constitutional rights and go to trial as soon as possible.
A fight is looming in federal court over how long to continue the May 2 trial of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and 18 other defendants charged in the 2014 Bunkerville standoff.
Federal prosecutors argued in court papers Wednesday against releasing Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy in the criminal case stemming from the 2014 armed Bunkerville standoff with law enforcement.
Nevada’s chief federal judge Tuesday for the second time refused to let nationally known conservative lawyer Larry Klayman join Cliven Bundy’s defense team.
Before an emotional crowd of supporters, two of Cliven Bundy’s sons and three other defendants refused to enter pleas Friday to federal charges stemming from the 2014 armed standoff with law enforcement near the Bundy family ranch in Bunkerville.
A Las Vegas man who may be linked to the federal investigation involving rancher Cliven Bundy pleaded guilty Wednesday to threatening the life of President Barack Obama and other government officials.
Attorneys say two sons of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and three other men are due to be transferred in custody from Oregon to Nevada to face charges stemming from an armed confrontation with government agents two years ago.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada is trying to “prejudice” the criminal case against rancher Cliven Bundy stemming from the 2014 Bunkerville standoff, Bundy’s lawyer charged Tuesday.
An Oregon sheriff under investigation for meeting with those who occupied a national wildlife refuge has filed notice that he plans to sue the city of John Day.
With the “outrageous lawbreaker” Cliven Bundy and four of his sons in custody, U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada took to the Senate floor Thursday to renew his push to preserve the scenic Gold Butte area northeast of Las Vegas.
The federal judge overseeing Oregon’s wildlife refuge standoff case scheduled a September trial on Wednesday and reinforced her decision to send Ammon and Ryan Bundy to Nevada next week for a court appearance.
Calling him a “political prisoner” like Nelson Mandela, a lawyer for Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy filed court papers Tuesday seeking his release from federal custody .
The actions of two rural Oregon sheriffs during an armed standoff at a national wildlife refuge were striking: One worked with federal officials to end the siege while the other questioned the FBI’s authority and offered words of support for the occupiers.
Ben Collins is retired now and living in Oregon, but he spent most of his career roaming Nevada and the region with the Bureau of Land Management. When it comes to the complex discussion of the management of Western lands, he brings an even-handed perspective that only a fellow of his experience can provide.
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