Long-Term US Mortgage Rates Slump to 3-Month Lows
Mortgage rates have shown stability in recent months.
Trump Administration Approves Keystone Pipeline on US Land
The move pushes the controversial $8 billion project closer to construction, but it still faces court challenges.
Wyoming Close to Finalizing Hemp-Growing Regulations
Some investors say if things are delayed the state could potentially be missing out on tens of millions of dollars in revenue for this year's crop.
Sleeping Giant Ski Area to Suspend Winter Operations
The Yellowstone Recreations Foundation was established to reopen the ski area.
US: Endangered Fish on Upswing in Colorado River Basin
A large population lives in the Grand Canyon.
Wyoming Man Pleads Guilty to Stealing from Boy Scouts, Woman
A Wyoming man has pleaded guilty to taking more than $30,000 from the Boy Scouts while he was a scoutmaster.
US Home Sales Soared 3.6% in December
For all of 2019, 5.34 million homes were sold, matching the 2018 level.
Roberts Admonishes House Prosecution, White House Defense
But just before 1 a.m. Wednesday, he reminded everyone who was in charge.
President Says He’s Open to Witnesses as Trial Rules are Set
On Tuesday, the Senate approved rules for Trump’s trial on two articles of impeachment.
Virginia Senate Advances ‘Red Flag’ Gun Law, Despite Rally
The move comes a day after tens of thousands of gun-rights activists rallied peacefully at the state Capitol.