The Latest: President Attacks Powell Fed After Chairman’s Speech
He says the outlook for the U.S. economy remains favorable but that it continues to face risks.
Moscow Court Extends Arrest for American Charged With Spying
He has publicly complained of poor prison conditions and has said his life is in danger.
VW Recalls 679K Cars in US to Fix Potential Rollaway Problem
The recall starts on Oct. 11.
Study Shows Larger Habitat Disruption by Energy Development
The study found that deer foraging declined by more than 10% from human activity at energy sites.
Jailed Ex-Wyoming Player Questions Plea Deal Rejection
The charges stemmed from an incident involving two female UW students that occurred at his off-campus apartment in November.
US Fossil Fuel Official Says Tech Can Help Coal Industry
Winberg planned to tour a fossil-fuel research center at the University of Wyoming in Laramie on Friday.
China Announces Tariff Hike on $75 Billion of US Products
China's government appealed to Trump this week to compromise in order to break a deadlock in negotiations.
AP Source: Billionaire David Koch Had Died at Age 79
The person wasn't authorized to discuss the death and spoke on the condition of anonymity.
Iran’s President Says ‘Talks Are Useless’ in Dealing With US
President Donald Trump argued that the accord did not limit Iran's ballistic missile program.
China Warns US Tariffs Will ‘Escalate Trade Friction’
The United States has imposed 25% tariffs on $250 billion of Chinese products.