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DENVER - From its headquarters in Washington, D.C., the U.S. Bureau of Land Management oversees some of the nation's most prized natural resources: vast expanses of public lands. But most of that land is in the West, and some politicians are asking why the bureau's headquarters isn't in the West as well. Now they have a powerful ally in Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke. He is leading President Donald Trump's charge to roll back environmental regulations and encourage energy development on public land. By Dan Elliott. SENT: 960 words. AP Photos.


—HANFORD WORKERS-CHEMICAL VAPORS: 5 workers at Hanford Site report suspicious smell.

—FOOTBALL PLAYER-FATAL HOUSE FIRE: Seattle Seahawks' Frank Clark loses father in house fire.

—CHILD PORNOGRAPHY SENTENCE: Man gets 18 years for sexual exploitation of children.

—BOY'S DEATH-COMPETENCY: Mother charged with killing son found competent for trial.

—WORKER TIPS-ATTORNEY GENERAL: Attorneys general in several states oppose federal tips plan.

—PUBLIC TREE CUTTING-LAWSUIT: Homeowner group accused of tree cutting settles for $360K.