And Now for the Next Big Conspiracy Theory: Wyoming Doesn’t Exist
The theories get zanier the more they are explored.
Bankers Survey Projects Drop in Holiday Retail Sales
Any score below 50 suggests a shrinking economy, while a score above 50 suggests a growing economy.
Stocks Burst Higher, S&P 500 at Record on Vaccine Hopes
The S&P 500 jumped 2.7% in afternoon trading and is on track to close at a record for the first time in more than two months.
Trump-Biden Debate Marked by Clashes, but Less Chaos
Trump, in particular, was on his best behavior early, especially with the moderator, whom he’d repeatedly attacked before the debate.
Law Enforcement Prepares for Potential Election-Related Unrest
They're conducting drills, setting up command centers and warning the public.
Yellowstone Considers Improving Cell Phone Coverage, Internet
Work could begin in 2021 if approved.
13 Charged in Plots Against Michigan Governor, Police
Separately, seven more people have been charged with trying to target police and the Michigan Capitol.
Forrest Fenn, Famed for Hidden Treasure, Dies at 90
Police confirmed Forrest Fenn died Monday of natural causes at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Pres. Trump: Closing Colleges Amid Outbreaks ‘Could Cost Lives’
Trump said Wednesday at a White House briefing that the virus is akin to the seasonal flu for college students.
Bullock staffer fired after offensive tweets surface
A staffer in Montana Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock's senate campaign was fired Thursday after a history of racist, sexist and homophobic tweets surfaced.