Donald Trump calls the barbed wire along the southern border "beautiful." He's never seen an Afghan village surrounded by the stuff.
Disasters in British Columbia, where many Canadian mines are located, can have devastating effects downstream.
Rachell Marks of Billings, Mont., was sentenced to 10 years' probation for stealing money from two elderly men.
The president calls Rep. Greg Gianforte a "great guy, tough cookie," earning cheers and laughter from Missoula rallygoers.
A new report finds only a fraction of the $380 million earmarked by the government's Election Assistance Commission will be spent ahead of November's midterms.
Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer discusses the documentary “Dark Money” with its director and the journalist who broke the story of how corporations infiltrated Montana’s elections.
Republicans will get a shot at the governor's mansion in November's election, while Democrats avoid being shut out of House races in the state's "top two" open primary. Nationally, female candidates make gains.
The California Democratic Party, which temporarily lost its supermajority in the state Senate in February when a lawmaker accused of sexual misconduct resigned, loses another seat.
For 80 miles across Montana, the 19-year-old college student marched to raise awareness of the epidemic of missing and murdered indigenous women.
"It's a bigger decline than we expected," one scientist says, and is considered likely to cause water shortages that cannot be managed by building new reservoirs.