Trump Floats Election ‘Delay’ Amid Claim Of Voting Fraud
But there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud through mail-in voting, even in states with all-mail votes.
Misinformation on Coronavirus is Proving Highly Contagious
Experts say the flood of bad information is dangerously undermining efforts to slow the virus, which is now blamed for 150,000 deaths in the U.S.
Lander One-Shot Hunt Cancelled Amid Native American Criticism
The Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt has been held every year since 1944. Past participants include Peter Fonda, 16 astronauts and the governors of 30 states.
Wyoming Game and Fish to Test Dead Rabbits for Disease
It has not been found in Wyoming.
US Energy Hits 30-Year Low During Pandemic Shutdown
Overall energy consumption dropped 14% during April.
Pres. Trump Dismisses Virus Aid for Big Cities, Lashes Out at GOP
Trump wants to keep the building, which sits across the street from his Trump International Hotel.
Prosecutors: Agents Will Probe Crimes, Not Bust Protests
He insisted the agents will be trained investigators and not “beat cops.”
National Teacher Union Supports Strikes Over Reopening Plans
The American Federation of Teachers represents 1.7 million school employees.
Democrats, GOP Far Apart as Virus Aid Talks Intensify
The White House negotiators are returning to Capitol Hill on Tuesday.
Trump Administration Won’t Accept New DACA Applications
A federal judge in Maryland ruled earlier this month that DACA should be restored.