After a devastating hailstorm in eastern Oregon, community members are lending each other a helping hand.
(The Center Square) - Communities throughout the U.S. are experimenting with social programs that give a "guaranteed income" to some residents with few or no strings attached. An economics professor says universal income could be a more efficient use of taxpayer dollars if it replaces many of the more than 100 welfare programs already out there.
Electronic cigarette company Juul will pay out $438.5 million to 33 states as part of a proposed settlement following a two-year investigation into the company's marketing practices.
Members of Congress representing western states are calling for more federal funding to help states fight wildfires this summer.
Women ages 50 and over cast a big chunk of ballots, with a big impact in American elections, and a new poll looked at what they want.
Most of the states that legalized recreational marijuana for recreational use are collecting more tax revenue from marijuana sales than alcohol sales.
A bipartisan effort in Congress to curb the loss of plant and animal species could get a Senate committee vote as soon as this week.
Areas from Montana to New Mexico could receive an accumulation of the white stuff, with 30 inches of snow possible in some of the highest elevations. Even Denver could see its first snowflakes of the season.
A storm will blossom and produce windy conditions with snow across most of the northern Rockies, leading to travel disruptions due to the season's first snowfall of consequence across this part of the country according to AccuWeather.