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Questar buying more stake in wells for $106.4M

Natural gas company Questar is buying an additional stake in some existing natural gas wells in Wyoming for $106.4 million. Full story

Texas, Wyoming lose court challenge against EPA

A federal appeals court sided with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Friday in an ongoing dispute with Texas and Wyoming over reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Full story

U.S. appeals court rejects states' challenge over climate rules

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Friday rejected a legal challenge by Texas and Wyoming to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's efforts to implement greenhouse gas regulations. Full story

Liz Cheney unveils campaign team for Senate run

Liz Cheney announced a core group of state leaders and advisers for her U.S. Senate campaign Thursday that draws from all corners of Wyoming and includes well-known Republican campaign organizers and fundraisers, but no prominent elected officials. Full story

Liz Cheney seeks Senate seat in Wyoming

This week's trenders include comedian Lewis Black, a "Sharknado" sequel headed to New York, and Liz Cheney launching her candidacy for Senate. Syndicated columnist Tina Dupuy joins Ed Schultz to discuss Cheney's bid for the Repubican seat in Wyoming, and whether 2016 will bring a Bush-Cheney sequel Full story

Fire Destroys Wyoming, Iowa Business

Fire destroyed a down town eatery in Wyoming, Iowa. Crews were called to the Jones County town just before 2:00 p.m., Sunday July 21, 2013, when flames ripped through Ted's Swinging Door Bar on West Main. They battled the fire for hours and worked to keep it from spreading to nearby buildings. One o Full story

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  Liz Cheney seeks Senate seat in Wyoming

This week's trenders include comedian Lewis Black, a "Sharknado" sequel headed to New York, and Liz Cheney launching her candidacy for Senate. Syndicated columnist Tina Dupuy joins Ed Schultz to discuss Cheney's bid for the Repubican seat in Wyoming, and whether 2016 will bring a Bush-Cheney sequel

  A fatal flaw in Liz Cheney’s Senate campaign?

Steve Kornacki’s panelists discuss whether the right wing of the GOP is ready to back Liz Cheney’s Senate candidacy in Wyoming against incumbent Republican Sen. Mike Enzi. Panelist Molly Ball says some Republicans think the primary is “a headache they don’t need.”

  The three most awesomest things on the internet for July 18

Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the internet: 1) People are placing their bets on the royal baby. 2) Guy creates robot gymnasts and posts the videos online. 3) The state of Wyoming has only two escalators.

  Liz Cheney launches Senate run in Wyoming

The daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney announced she will be challenging three-term GOP incumbent Mike Enzi for one of Wyoming’s Senate seats, while Wyoming Republicans speak out against her campaign, saying it’s “the wrong race at the wrong time.” NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell reports.

  Obama tries to sell his health care law to Americans again

The Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd talks about the president’s attempt to argue that the implementation of health care reform is working.

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Liz Cheney
Liz Cheney

Liz Cheney speaks during a campaign appearance in Casper, Wyoming, Wednesday, July 17, 2013. Cheney, the elder daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, announced on Tuesday her GOP primary challenge to Wyoming's senior U.S. incumbent senator Mike Enzi.

Vezain of Cowley, Wyoming loses his cowboy hat as he rides the horse Gold Dust in the bare back event during the finals of the 101st Calgary Stampede rodeo in Calgary.
Vezain of Cowley, Wyoming loses his cowboy hat as he rides the horse Gold Dust in the bare back event during the finals of the 101st Calgary Stampede rodeo in Calgary.

J.R. Vezain of Cowley, Wyoming loses his cowboy hat as he rides the horse Gold Dust in the bare back event during the finals of the 101st Calgary Stampede rodeo in Calgary, Alberta, July 14, 2013. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: SPORT ANIMALS SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)

Glause of Cheyenne, Wyoming gets bucked off the bull Alabama Shakes in the bull riding event during the 101st Calgary Stampede rodeo in Calgary
Glause of Cheyenne, Wyoming gets bucked off the bull Alabama Shakes in the bull riding event during the 101st Calgary Stampede rodeo in Calgary

Seth Glause of Cheyenne, Wyoming gets bucked off the bull Alabama Shakes in the bull riding event during the 101st Calgary Stampede rodeo in Calgary, Alberta, July 12, 2013. REUTERS/Todd Korol (CANADA - Tags: SPORT ANIMALS SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)

Matthew Shepard
Matthew Shepard

** FILE ** A cross made of stones rests below the fence in Laramie, Wyo., in this Oct. 9, 1999 file photo where, on Oct. 7, 1998, University of Wyoming gay college student Matthew Shepard was beaten and left for dead. In the 10 years since, more than 30 states have passed laws addressing bias-relate