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Energy companies behind the oil boom on the Northern Plains are increasingly turning to an industrial-age workhorse — the locomotive — to move their crude to refineries across the U.S., as plans for new pipelines stall and existing lines can't keep up with demand.
WASHINGTON — How long will it take to get to an unemployment rate of 6.5 percent? That's the target the Federal Reserve wants to reach before it begins raising interest rates. The best guess of top Fed officials is two and a half years from now or mid-2015, according to Fed Chairman Ben Bern…
Nearly 100 years ago — decades before electronic record-keeping or FBI criminal background checks — the Boy Scouts of America devised its own system of files to keep out those who might try to harm children.
WASHINGTON — Job seekers who walk into one of the 700 recruitment centers run by the Manpower company around the United States soon may be asked a question that has nothing to do with their professional qualifications: “How do you feel about moving to South Dakota?”
CHEYENNE — Josh Cuthbertson loves to draw.
Ideas for improving the federal tax system are launched almost daily. Though promoted as simplifying and rationalizing our extremely complex tax code, almost all lack critical details. But with tax cuts expiring and automatic spending cuts looming, taxation will return to the center of debat…
JACKSON — During the Beijing Overseas Property and Investment Show, thousands of residents from across Asia are expected to flock to booths for information about moving to, investing in or simply visiting other countries.
EAST MISSOULA — Vintage Airstream trailers will always have a place in Rory Burmeister’s heart and in his business.