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Oregon standoff at national wildlife refuge

Who is the gun-toting, brash-talking Nevada lawmaker who helped end the Oregon standoff?

During hours of tense negotiations, Michele Fiore emerged as an unlikely mediator, helping to secure the peaceful surrender of the last holdouts at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Oregon.

Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy arrested as Oregon standoff holdouts say they will surrender

Cliven Bundy, the Nevada rancher whose refusal to pay federal grazing fees led to an armed standoff with law enforcement two years ago, was arrested late

Federal indictment says protesters in Oregon occupation 'threatened violence'

A federal grand jury indictment unsealed Thursday charges Ammon Bundy and 15 other people involved in the standoff at an Oregon wildlife refuge with a single

Man killed in Oregon standoff had preached what he called a 'cowboy's stand for freedom'

Robert "LaVoy" Finicum, killed in Oregon standoff, had preached what he called a 'cowboy's stand for freedom'

Oregon armed protesters invoke the Constitution -- annotated by a conspiracy theorist

Search most photos of the armed occupiers who took over a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon, and you’re liable to see a few common features. Beards, sure.

Two weeks in, the Oregon refuge standoff is stuck 'in limbo'

The rancher arrived with the evening snowfall. He wore a white hat, a silk scarf and a face carved with Western credibility. The Bundy brothers were not

Cliven Bundy still owes the U.S. $1 million. What are the feds doing to collect it?

The law was clear: Cliven Bundy's cattle had been grazing on public land — illegally — for years. The Bureau of Land Management said so, and so did the U.S.

Oregon standoff: Who's really getting hurt by federal grazing laws?

The standoff at a federal wildlife reserve in Oregon has put a spotlight on an often overlooked conflict over grazing rights on federally owned land that has

George Washington would not side with the West's sagebrush rebels

The armed militants who have taken over a national wildlife refuge in southeast Oregon need to study their country¿s earliest history.

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