- 1 Ekalaka: A home where dinosaurs roamed, and the coffee game they do play
- 2 Prosecutors: Man who raped 23-month-old also molested 6-year-old
- 3 Delta flight bound for Paris makes emergency stop in Billings
- 4 Woman dies in crash near Pryor on Sunday
- 5 Kaarma guilty of German student's homicide; parents will address court Thursday
WASHINGTON — Over the last decade, Americans' views on foreign policy have swung sharply from support for intervention to a profound mistrust of any military engagement overseas. Over the same period, political debates on foreign affairs have been bitter and polarized, defined by the questio…
MISSOULA — The state Board of Psychologists and a U.S. attorney representing a doctor with the VA Montana Health Care System have agreed to resolve a complaint filed by a veteran of the Iraq War.
Eleven years have passed since the United States invaded Iraq in an unprovoked, unnecessary, unconstitutional action that violated international law.
WASHINGTON — Certain political cliches cry out to join the list of the biggest lies in the world. Today's candidate: Partisan politics stops at the water's edge.
David Abrams, author of the acclaimed novel "Fobbit," will be at the Parmly Billings Library on May 25 presenting "How to Tell a War Story," a Humanities Montana Speakers Bureau program.
On March 26, 2003, I joined 953 other soldiers of the 173rd Airborne Brigade on a night-time combat parachute jump into Bashur Airfield in northern Iraq.
This month, we mark the 10th anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. With more veterans per capita than nearly any other state, Montanans proudly answer when duty calls.
WASHINGTON — Ten years ago this week, I was covering the U.S. military as it began its assault on Iraq. As I read back over my clips, I see a few sensible warnings about the difficulties ahead. But I owe readers an apology for being wrong on the overriding question of whether the war made sense.
HELENA — Sisters April and Lila could have passed for two ordinary women as they chatted with each other Thursday morning while waiting to take the oath of naturalization in the Missouri River Federal Courthouse in Great Falls.
Retired U.S. Army Sgt. Maj. Phil Johndrow hugs Lila while April smiles Thursday afternoon in the Missouri River Federal Courthouse in Great Falls. Lila and April had just become American citizens.
WASHINGTON -- We are about to have a major foreign policy debate in the guise of a confirmation battle over Chuck Hagel's nomination as secretary of defense and the related argument over how long American troops should stay in Afghanistan. President Obama should use this opportunity to stand…
GILLETTE, Wyo. — They're simple messages of thanks, but for the recipients they can be so much more.
WASHINGTON -- For nearly a decade I have had the privilege of teaching veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, though they have taught me more.
A benefit concert for an Iraq War veteran battling multiple types of cancer will be held Sunday.
At sunrise every morning since his medical discharge from the elite Army Rangers seven years ago, Iraq war veteran Matt Drinkwalter has stood in front of the American flag and saluted.
Iraq war veteran Stacy Wright shows a photo of herself surrounded by Iraqi children and vendors outside a public market near Tikrit.
Iraq war veteran Linda Roers talks about being in the war zone at the start of the Iraq war.