BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) %u2014 Grasses that flourished with spring moisture are being dried out by summer heat and brisk winds and turning into fast-burning fuels for area wildfires.
At least three fires are burning in Montana, with the largest %u2014 the roughly 4,800-acre...
ON THE U.S.-CANADA BORDER (AP) -- Nearly four years after the Sept. 11 terror attacks and after billions in security investment on both sides of this frontier stretching from Atlantic to Pacific, authorities and...
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Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's decision to retire unleashed a bipartisan wave of praise Friday on Capitol Hill that quickly gave way to jostling over her potential successor and the future of...
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Kids may not like the peas and carrots served up by the nation’s school
lunch program, but many of the country’s leading food companies enjoy
the billions of dollars in sales that bring those vegetables to their
plates. Behind the overcooked vegetables and steam-table...
One of country music's most popular, prolific and distinctive singer/songwriters, Willie Nelson, is performing two Montana shows in late summer, including a Sept. 8 show at the Shrine Auditorium in Billings.
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According to a report released yesterday, 25.6 million pounds of
antibiotics are mixed with farm animals’ food every year -- almost all
of it concentrated in just 23 states, mainly in the Mid-Atlantic and
Nearly 70 percent of all the antibiotics used in the US...
JE McNeil, who heads the Centre for Conscience and War in Washington
DC, a Christian group whose members also staff the GI Rights Hotline,
said many troops she spoke with had been lied to by recruiters. "I had
an 18-year-old who was told he did not have to serve in...