FBI agent indicted in Oregon wildlife refuge occupation
W. Joseph Astarita, a member of the FBI's elite hostage rescue team, is accused of lying to investigators about the shooting death of an occupier at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
On the same evening that police clashed with fervent protesters of a controversial oil pipeline in North Dakota, the ringleaders of another high-profile standoff in Oregon were acquitted of illegally occupying a federally-owned wildlife refuge. In both cases Thursday night, demonstrators had been
Federal authorities have charged at least three more people -- two Arizona men and a New Hampshire man -- for their alleged involvement in Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy ’s decades-old standoff with the U.S. government. Charging documents suggest as many as 19 people in all could be indicted. The move
The remaining four members of a militia group occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon surrendered to the FBI today, one day after authorities moved into the property, ending the six-week standoff. The FBI said in a press release that the alleged occupiers, Sean Larry Anderson,
The four remaining occupiers at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge say they plan to end their weeks-long standoff.
Armed occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon have said they will turn themselves in Thursday morning, ending a more than month-long standoff. On Wednesday night, the FBI released a statement saying they had surrounded the remaining occupiers. According to the agency, one of the
The FBI released video of what it said is the complete and unedited view of the fatal confrontation between officers and one of the militia members who was occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon. Here's a step-by-step look at what happened leading up to Tuesday's deadly shooting,
The FBI released a video late Thursday showing the fatal confrontation between one of the Oregon militia members who was occupying a federal wildlife refuge and officers. The footage, which came from an FBI plane, showed officers in pursuit of a truck with several people in it, including the
Ammon Bundy released a statement through his lawyer Thursday asking the remaining occupiers on a wildlife refuge in Harney County, Oregon to turn themselves in. "My message still remains: Turn yourselves in! Do not use physical force, use the national platform we have to defend liberty through our