The U.S. Supreme Court is filled with men and women with Ivy League degrees. They’ve studied law, politics, and history.
BUTTE — Union activist Frank Little dared to froth his fiery slanders against corporate greed inside the opulent mansion of copper king William A. Clark on Saturday and even called out the “prostitutes of the press” who were there.
In July, almost 250 workers from eight states gathered in Butte to attend a labor school. They came to learn, and to teach, how to lift the voices of working people and rebuild the middle class.
We have been receiving between $40 million and $50 million in coal severance tax every year. One half of this tax is dedicated to the Constitutional Coal Trust because of a decision of the people in 1976 to set aside one half of the tax for the use of future generations.
EVANSTON, Wyo. — A long-lost relative of the reclusive heiress Huguette Clark, who could have inherited $19 million of her $300 million fortune, has been found dead under a Union Pacific Railroad overpass in Wyoming.
Richard S. Wheeler, the Livingston author with more than 70 novels to his name, is this week's guest on "The Write Question" radio program.
NEW YORK -Huguette Clark, a 104-year-old heiress to a Montana copper fortune who once lived in the largest apartment on New York City's Fifth Avenue, died Tuesday at a Manhattan hospital, as prosecutors were looking into her care and how her finances were being handled.
HELENA — Five former Montana Supreme Court justices are asking the high court to reinstate the state's restriction on corporate political spending, at least how it affects judicial races, joining a growing list of those siding with the state in its ongoing battle against a group that has suc…