Roberta McCain, John McCain’s Mother, Dies at 108
A spokesperson for her daughter-in-law Cindy McCain says Roberta McCain died Monday.
Biden Blasts GOP, Trump for Prioritizing Court
Biden questioned why Republicans have time for Supreme Court hearings but not time to come to an agreement with House Democrats on another economic relief package to help individuals, businesses and city and state governments.
Pendley Said in Casper He’s Still Acting Director of BLM
A federal court in Montana recently declared that Pendley has been serving unlawfully as acting director for over a year.
UN: New Daily Record as COVID-19 Cases Hit More Than 350,000
The World Health Organization has announced a record in new daily coronavirus cases confirmed worldwide, with more than 350,000 reported to the U.N. health agency.
Wyoming Candidates Debate Forests, Health Care, Economy [VIDEO]
The candidates sparred over the government’s role in addressing a range of issues, from the coronavirus to climate change.
Wyoming Opens National Cemetery to Honor Veterans, Families
Officials have opened the first national cemetery in Wyoming, a place where veterans can be laid to rest alongside fellow service members and honored with their families for their sacrifices.
Official Says Vaccine Expected in January, Countering Trump
A Trump administration official leading the response to the coronavirus pandemic says the U.S. can expect delivery of a vaccine starting in January 2021
Whitey Ford, Hall of Fame Ace for Mighty Yankees, Died at 91
He helped symbolize the almost machine-like efficiency of the Yankees in the mid-20th century. Whitey Ford was 91.
50,000 Voters in Ohio Receive the Wrong Ballots
Officials with the Franklin County Elections Board in Columbus say all affected voters will receive corrected replacement ballots.
Justices Say Women Can Get Abortion Pill, for Now
The court did little more than defer its first action on an abortion-related issue since the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg last month.