No Sign of Coronavirus So Far in Wyoming City’s Sewage
The samples go to a wastewater epidemiology company in Massachusetts.
Judge Strikes Down US Energy Leasing Rules in Bird Habitat
Morris struck down administration policies that have allowed more drilling in sage grouse habitat.
Report: Up to $1.5 Billion Wyoming Revenue Hit Amid COVID-19
The report also predicts falling sales tax and mineral revenue will cause the state to exhaust its savings within two years.
Afghan Government to Free 900 Prisoners; Taliban May Extend Truce
Taliban officials say they are considering an extension of the cease-fire.
Efforts Underway to Get Food From US Farms to the Needy
Some states have begun spending more money to help pay for food that might otherwise go to waste.
Tech Privacy Firm Warns Contact Tracing App Violates Privacy
Tech privacy company Jumbo Privacy says developers included lines of code that send users' location and identification data to third-party companies.
Worker Shortage Concerns Loom in Immigrant-Heavy Meatpacking
Companies struggling to hire are spending millions on fresh incentives.
WHO Warns 1st Wave of Pandemic Not Over; Dampens Hopes
India reported a record single-day jump in new infections for the seventh straight day.
Congress Weighs Choice: ‘Go Big’ on Virus Aid or Hit ‘Pause’
The Republican response centers on kick-starting the economy.
Judge Nixes Bid to Stop Coal Sales That President Trump Revived
The mining industry and two coal states, Wyoming and Montana, joined the case.