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    1. That was in the aftermath of a national act in 1971 to protect the dwindling wild horse and burro populations — which now dramatically eclipse federal management levels and speak emphatically ...

    2. The top federal prosecutor in Nevada vowed a third trial Wednesday for two men accused of armed assault on a federal officer in a 2014 standoff that stopped a cattle roundup near the ...

    3. Wildlife Reserve (which included a fatal shootout four terrorist pals of Cliven Bundy have been exonerated by a Nevada jury for their 2014 standoff in which they insisted -- at gunpoint -- on ...

    4. Parker, for example, is an electrician from Idaho who has said that he went to the Bundy ranch after seeing videos of confrontations between the Bundys and officials from the Bureau of Land ...

    5. Bundy stopped paying grazing fees decades ago, saying he refused to recognize federal authority over public land where he said his family had grazed cattle since before the U.S. Bureau ...

    6. As of March, the Bureau of Land Management logged 72,614 wild horse and burros on rangelands in Western states — above the targeted goal of 26,674.

    7. Scott Drexler, all of Idaho, were being retried on conspiracy, extortion, assault and obstruction charges for helping Cliven Bundy fend off a government roundup of his cattle in what ...

    8. Bundy stopped paying grazing fees decades ago, saying he refused to recognize federal authority over public land where he said his family grazed cattle since before the U.S. Bureau of ...

    9. The top federal prosecutor in Nevada is vowing a third try to convict two accused gunmen of armed assault on a federal officer in a 2014 standoff that stopped a cattle roundup near states ...

    10. Federal prosecutors who didn't succeed in the first two Bundy Ranch standoff trials will retry again. The U.S. Attorney's Office in Las Vegas confirmed Wednesday it will go back to court for ...

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