Wyoming may work with the U.S. Department of Energy in a new “consent-based” effort to establish sites for storing radioactive nuclear waste.
Candidates for Wyoming’s lone U.S. House seat offer their ideas about what ails the coal industry and what to do about it.
Wyoming’s past presidential election results and the current political climate make it nearly impossible to imagine Clinton winning the state.
For decades, the federal coal leasing program has undervalued taxpayer-owned coal, costing Americans billions of dollars.
Republican U.S. House candidate Derek Farmer says Wyoming’s energy debate misses economic facts.