41 Days: An OPB Documentary On The Oregon Occupation
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.
Live Updates: Oregon Occupation Ends Peacefully
David Fry was the last occupant to surrender, speaking with negotiators for over an hour about his viewpoints of the occupation, religion, America as a whole and more.
Occupiers Say They Will Surrender To FBI Thursday
After a night of tense negotiations, occupier Sean Anderson said the four will set their weapons aside and turn themselves in at 8 a.m. Thursday.
Nevada, Oregon State Reps Meet With Armed Occupiers
Republican state lawmakers met with armed occupants of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in person and by phone Saturday night.
There's Another Armed Group In Burns And It's Not The Bundys
The group of armed men who led an armed convoy through Harney County Saturday aren't actually new. They were here before Ammon Bundy came to town, and they say they want the armed occupiers to leave the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
Why Were The Hammonds Sent Back To Prison?
It has to do with federal mandatory minimum sentencing guidelines, and that has sparked outrage and fueled the armed occupation in Harney County.
Controversial Federal Grazing Fees Not A Great Deal For Anyone
Quite a bit has been said about what a deep discount ranchers are getting to graze their livestock on public lands - and how the U.S. taxpayer is essentially subsidizing those who do. But as often is the case, the truth isn’t so cut and dry.
Malheur Occupation: Who Has A Claim To This Land?
Environmental historian Nancy Langston joined Think Out Loud Wednesday to provide an academic perspective on the armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
LaVoy Finicum: Profile Of A Malheur Occupier
One of the armed occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge explains his actions.
Explainer: The Bundy Militia’s Particular Brand Of Mormonism
The are some parallel tracks between an outside the mainstream branch of Mormonism and anti-federalism sentiment among the Bundys.