The build-out of wireless broadband networks in Indian Country may get a boost from a new $1 billion tribal broadband fund. The federal fund was set up...
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Gov. Greg Gianforte is sending 150 Army National Guard soldiers to help with security duties in Washington D.C. for the upcoming presidential inauguration.
Montana lawmakers Thursday heard testimony on a bill that would allow local elected officials to rescind board of health mandates during times of emergency or disaster. The bill is among a slew of GOP proposals to modify the power of local public health officials.
Environmental groups last year won a case that overturned oil and gas lease sales in Montana from 2017 and 2018. Now they’re following up with a lawsuit against sales from 2019 and 2020.
The U.S. Forest Service this week proposed closing hunting with firearms in part of a controversial pinch-point where bison migrate out of Yellowstone...
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A map of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths around the world. The respiratory disease has spread rapidly across six continents and has killed at least 1 million globally.
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As the world rushes to vaccinate against the coronavirus pandemic, Iran is one of the worst hit countries in the Middle East. And because of U.S. sanctions, it may not have money to buy vaccines.
Jill Stretton of Australia and Cathie Alexander of Scotland have been pen pals since 1950. They didn't meet in person until 1982, but they feel like lifelong friends.
Paul O'Sullivan of Baltimore was perusing social media, and friending people who shared his name. Some were musicians like him. They've formed The Paul O'Sullivan Band and released their first single.
Pierce stars alongside Charlie Robinson in a new online production of Some Old Black Man.It's "the classic confrontation of father and son," says Pierce.
The Republican Party is reeling from the U.S. Capitol siege that President Trump helped to incite. He also received blame for the GOP loss of the Senate. Yet, many party voters remain loyal to him.
The coronavirus has been responsible for massive business closures, but figures show Americans are still starting businesses at the fastest rate in more than a decade.
After big tech firms cut ties with Parler following the attack on the U.S. Capitol, NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Amy Peikoff, Parler's chief policy officer, about its role in promoting misinformation.
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