Liz Cheney Urges Graduates not to Compromise With the Truth
Her fierce anti-Trump stances have elevated her platform high enough to call on a national network of donors and Trump critics should she run for the White House.
Mother of man who killed Gabby Petito said in letter she would help son ‘dispose of a body’
A handwritten note by Brian Laundrie's mother that says “burn after reading” was released after a Florida judge ruled that it could be used as evidence in a lawsuit.
Environmental groups prevail on limit to grizzly bear deaths in Wyoming cattle grazing area
A federal appeals court in Denver ruled Thursday that the U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service must consider limiting how many female grizzly bears may be killed to protect livestock under a plan to allow continued cattle grazing in the Wind River Range.
Oath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes Sentenced to 18 Years for Seditious Conspiracy in Jan. 6 Attack
Stewart Rhodes’ sentencing comes just weeks after former Proud Boys national chairman Enrique Tarrio was convicted of seditious conspiracy.
Montana Acts to Protect Native American Priority in Adopting Native Children
Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte signed the Montana Indian Child Welfare Act on Monday after it passed the Legislature by a wide margin.
Breakthrough Proposal Would Aid Drought-Stricken Colorado River as 3 Western States Offer Cuts
The $1.2 billion proposal is a potential breakthrough in a stalemate over how to deal with a rising problem that pitted Western states against one another.
Biden Administration Invests in Carbon Capture, Upping Pressure on Industry to Show Results
The aim is to reduce pollution that drives climate change.
All-time NFL Great Running Back, Social Activist Jim Brown Dead at 87
Brown was also a prominent leader in the Black power movement of the 1960s and dedicated much of his life to social causes.
Montana is Banning TikTok. But Can the State Enforce the Law and Fend Off a Lawsuit?
The law would have much more far-reaching effects than bans already in place in nearly half the states.
Heartland Clergy Train to Prevent Agriculture Workers’ Suicides
Heartland states like Minnesota and South Dakota are training rural clergy in suicide prevention.