Barr: Not Enough Evidence of Obstruction by President Trump
The department sent the letter to Rep. Jerrold Nadler on Sunday afternoon.
NCAA to Appeal Ruling in Antitrust Case About Compensation
While the judge ruled the NCAA was in violation of antitrust law, the plaintiffs had asked to lift all NCAA caps on compensation.
Astronauts Take Spacewalk to Swap Space Station’s Batteries
Next week's spacewalk will include the first all-female crew, including McClain.
U.S. Existing-Home Sales Jumped 11.8 Percent in February
However, February's sales bust caused the months' supply of homes on the market to tumble to 3.5 months from 4.4 months in September.
Wyoming Governor Planning Grizzly ‘Summit’ With Other States
The Greater Yellowstone grizzly population has grown beyond 700.
2 Injured in Wyoming Oil Rig Explosion
Both men were taken to a hospital in Gillette and the extent of their injuries was not immediately known.
Survey: Bankers Losing Confidence in 10-State Farm Economy
The survey shows more than half of supply managers reported negative economic impacts from flooding.
Interior Boss Order Aims to Protect U.S. Public Land Access
Bernhardt has been nominated to replace former Secretary Ryan Zinke, who resigned in January.