Supreme Court Returns to Gun Rights for First Time in Nine Years
The court had previously rejected several appeals.
Supreme Court Lets Military Implement Transgender Restrictions
The Trump administration has sought to generally restrict service by transgender people to only those who don't seek to undergo gender transitions.
World Economy Forecast to Slow in 2019 Amid Trade Tensions
As the debts roll over, those borrowers have to refinance at higher rates.
Nichols Pans Proposal to Add Degrees at Colleges
Nichols spoke against the idea during testimony to the Joint Appropriations Committee on Tuesday.
Report: Wyoming Man Killed in Explosion Was Recently Hired
The report suggests the employer might need a more formal training program and a reevaluation of the site's hazards.
Wyoming Republican Lawmakers Question GOP Party-Switch Bill
The committee plans to discuss the bill again Tuesday.
Blast Near Syria US-led Coalition Patrol Causes Casualties
It was not the first time that forces of the U.S.-led coalition were subjected to attacks in the area, although they have been rare.
Businesses Seek Help Maintaining Yellowstone Roads
Xanterra general manager Mike Keller says any assistance from others, such as the state of Wyoming, to keep Yellowstone access open would help.