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  • By BOB BROWN

Rather than viewing the recent slight uptick in the economy and leveling off in the national debt as a harbinger of a positive future, John Sn…

  • By JIM ROSCOE
    and DENNIS MCDONALD

The approval rating of Congress has hit an all-time low of just 11 percent. Our representatives could not even agree on a one-year extension o…

  • By PAUL HANSEN

Within the space of just a few days, the national debt has topped $15 trillion — about $133,000 per taxpayer — and the congressional super com…

  • By ROBERT J. SAMUELSON

WASHINGTON — Europe may no longer be able to save itself. Too many countries have too much debt. Its economic growth — which helps countries s…

  • Associated Press

CHEYENNE — Former U.S. Sen. Alan Simpson said Wednesday that he fears politicians on both sides of the contentious fight in Washington over wh…

  • By A.J. Otjen‌

The United States has a revenue problem as much as a spending problem. Using the trends of the last 100 years, by 2030 we will have a GDP of o…

  • By TOM LUTEY

    Of The Gazette Staff‌

COLUMBUS — U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg, R-Mont., said he won’t vote to raise the national debt ceiling — at least not without a few concessions.

Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., spent much of Saturday working with the Magic City Optimists Club selling and handling Christmas trees at their lot …

Here are five questions related to our new government sponsored health care program.