Last fall, seven of the occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge were found not guilty of all of the major charges in the case.
Legal experts say implicit bias from the jury likely played a role in the acquittal of Ammon Bundy and six other people charged for taking over the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
The acquittal of seven occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge left supporters outside the federal courthouse in Portland elated. But many people are asking: What's next?
In a written ruling, Judge Anna Brown says prosecutors can use Facebook evidence collected from the occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
The U.S. attorney wasn’t able to explain to the court how raw, unfiltered information from 11 Facebook accounts ended up as part of the evidence presented in the discovery process.
A federal magistrate judge in Las Vegas has set a Feb. 6 trial date for rancher Cliven Bundy and 18 other defendants in an armed confrontation with government officers two years ago.
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.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell says an armed takeover of an Oregon national wildlife refuge is part of an "extreme movement" to seize public lands and reject the rule of law, putting communities and public employees at risk throughout the West.
Now awaiting trial on federal charges, David Fry has been calling from inside the Multnomah County Jail to have his thoughts recorded and posted by supporters to YouTube.
Two sons of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and three other men are due for arraignment Friday before a federal magistrate judge in Las Vegas on charges in an armed confrontation with government agents two years ago.
Ammon Bundy and three co-defendants who are jailed in Oregon for the occupation of a national wildlife refuge have appealed an order that requires them to fly to Nevada next month to face charges in a federal case there.
On Tuesday, law enforcement tasked with investigating the Jan. 26 fatal shooting of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupant LaVoy Finicum during a traffic stop outlined their findings to the public.
OPB looks back at the nearly six-week Malheur National Wildlife Refuge occupation in an hour-long Think Out Loud special. Listen live at noon PST on Wednesday, Feb. 17.