Is al-Qaida planning an attack to coincide with the tenth anniversary of September 11?
"Of course they'd like to," says national security analyst Peter Bergen. "And some of the materials recovered in the [Osama] bin Laden compound indicate a desire to do something. But a desire to do something is quite different than actual implementation. I think that this is a group that that has not only suffered the loss of its leader, but was already in very bad shape before that happened."
Opal, WY – Beginning at the Opal hub in Wyoming and ending Malin, Oregon, El Paso Corp's Ruby natural gas pipeline began service today, and is the first line to bring Wyoming gas to the West Coast, where it can then be distributed in California.
The governor's Energy Advisor Rob Hurless says Wyoming had limited earning capacity before because existing pipelines could only move so much natural gas. He says with Ruby, nearly 1.5 billion cubic feet could be moved per day.
Rock Springs, WY – Two environmental groups want a federal judge in Washington, D.C., to block the U.S. Bureau of Land Management from proceeding with a plan to round up and castrate hundreds of wild stallions in southwestern Wyoming. The Western Watersheds Project and American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign filed a federal lawsuit Monday.