When I was the director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, I was fortunate enough to take part in the release of 11 Mexican gray wolves into Arizona’s Apache National Forest in 1998.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Environmentalists are blasting a federal government decision not to list the Mexican gray wolf as a separate subspecies under the Endangered Species Act.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Federal officials said Friday there are more
Mexican gray wolves in the wild in the Southwest than there have
been in each of the past five years, giving a glimmer of hope to a
program that has been struggling to return the endangered animals
to their historic range.
KABUL — Roadside bombs — the biggest killer of U.S. soldiers —
claimed eight more American lives Tuesday, driving the U.S. death
toll to a record level for the third time in four months as
President Obama nears a decision on a new strategy for the troubled
There's talk that Tucson Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas may be moving
The following letters are in response to the Oct. 18 article
"Jaguar team ceases work amid disputes, big cat's death."
PHOENIX — The desert tortoise thrives in intense heat and can go
a year without water, but it's among the species threatened by
climate change, an wildlife group says.
WASHINGTON — Were the pilots distracted? Catching up on their
sleep? Federal investigators struggled to determine what the crew
members of a Northwest Airlines jetliner were doing at 37,000 feet
as they sped 150 miles past their Minneapolis destination and
military jets readied to chase them…
Drag kings take stage Friday at the Rialto
The prosaic subjects on the latest album from WHY? run like
streams, slowly revealing a portrait of the ever-evolving avant-emo
hip-hop artist Yoni Wolf.
PHILADELPHIA — There they were again: Trailing by one run in the
ninth inning, facing an excellent closer, the Phillies seemed ready
to lose. And if this team did not possess a strange, almost
illogical self-assurance, it might have.
PHILADELPHIA — Cliff Lee sprinted off the mound after throwing
his final pitch, nearly breaking a sweat for the first time. Heck,
he almost outhustled the Phillies' newest speed demon, Ryan
• Phillies right-hander Joe Blanton will pitch tonight in Game 4
of the NLCS, his first start of the playoffs after being shuttled
to the bullpen for the opening round. Blanton homered in last
year's World Series, the first pitcher to homer since Oakland's Ken
Holtzman in 1974. The Dodgers w…