Interior secretary nominee Ryan Zinke emphasized the Trump administration’s vow to recommit America to fossil fuels.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — When Caleb Swanigan and Isaac Haas are in sync, it’s difficult trying to name a better power forward-center combination in college basketball. No. 21 Purdue’s two interior players certainly were in sync on Tuesday night against outmanned Illinois. Haas had 24 points and six rebounds, and power forward Swanigan added […]
Rep. Ryan Zinke, the Montana Republican nominated by President-elect Donald Trump to be the next Interior secretary, said Tuesday that his “No. 1 job is to restore trust” between Americans and the federal agencies that manage land and water across the West. Referring to what he called the “top-down”...
At his confirmation hearing, Ryan Zinke tried to balance the importance of preserving public lands, and using them for energy development, like mining and logging.
When President-elect Donald Trump nominated Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.) to become interior secretary, the freshman congressman’s record as a lifelong hunter and fisher became a major selling point. He sold himself as a Theodore Roosevelt fanboy. Show More Summary
Trump's pick for Secretary of the Interior gets grilled in the confirmation hearing about federal land management, resource extraction, and Smokey the Bear
Rep. Ryan Zinke testified that humans influence climate, although there is a debate over how much. He promised to emulate Teddy Roosevelt in managing public lands.
Rep. Ryan Zinke of Montana, nominated to serve as secretary of the Department of Interior, became Donald Trump’s latest cabinet pick on Tuesday to separate himself from the president-elect on … Click to Continue »
The ol’ GOP excuse makes a comeback.
Timeless Kustoms‘ tricked out 1965 Ford Mustang is one of the coolest cars we’ve seen on Jay Leno’s Garage yet. The retro-modern fastback beast has a 5.1L turbo/supercharged 1000hp V8 and a badass red interior with a roll cage. Here’s some testing and dyno footage.
President-elect Donald Trump’s pick to run the Department of the Interior, Representative Ryan Zinke of Montana, said on Tuesday he would consider scrapping some of President Barack Obama’s environment initiatives if confirmed, including reviewing curbs on oil drilling on federal lands....
The Interior Department oversees territories covering a fifth of the United States' surface from the Arctic to the Gulf of Mexico, including sensitive wildlife habitats, iconic landscapes, rich deposits of oil, gas and coal and important pasturelands for ranchers.
"I don't believe it's a hoax
The revolutionary museum dining concept and the scrapbooking social media mammoth take top honors Billed as the “profession’s highest recognition of works that exemplify excellence in architecture, interior architecture and urban design,” the American Institute of Architects (AIA) announced the winners of the 2017 Institute Honor Awards last Friday. Show More Summary
Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.), the interior secretary nominee, acknowledged the climate is changing as a result of human activity and vowed to address health and education on Native American reservations during his Senate confirmation hearing on Tuesday. The pledges came after Sen. Show More Summary
Ryan Zinke, Donald Trump's pick for Secretary of the Interior, doesn't believe climate change is a hoax and opposes the transfer of federal lands to state control. Why was it wrong, in the opinion of certain Democrats, for Betsy DeVos...Show More Summary
The incredible interiors and beatific buildings in the Holy See’s home HBO’s new limited series The Young Pope starts with a fever dream from his holiness, and proceeds to give viewers a stylized lens through which to watch the intrigue...Show More Summary
The Montana representative and Trump's pick to run the Department of the Interior will testify in front of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Tuesday afternoon.
Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-MT) is speaking before the Senate today for a hearing on his nomination to become Secretary of the Interior for the Donald Trump administration.
Started in 2008 by Coco, a self-proclaimed interior design junkie, COCOCOZY began as a décor and interior design blog. In early 2011, COCOCOZY launched a high-end home furnishings collection that includes luxury pillows, throws, bedding, drapery, and candles. Based out of Los Angeles, all products... Continue reading