The New York Times
Attempting to move beyond the plagiarism scandal that’s engulfed his campaign, U.S. Sen. John Walsh, D-Mont., said Tuesday he’s hopeful voters will consider his entire career.
HELENA — The New York Times reported Wednesday that Montana’s newest senator, Democrat John Walsh, plagiarized large portions of his final paper submitted for his 2007 master’s degree at the U.S. Army War College.
WASHINGTON — Have we gone stark raving mad?
This happens every summer. The summer season for airline travel arrives and the planes flying into Billings Logan International Airport have nearly double the seats, causing more delays for passengers.
WASHINGTON — You wanted Father Andrew Greeley as your friend and not your enemy. You got the sense he was born with his fists up and his loyalties fully formed. He was ready to do battle at the first signs of disrespect toward those he cared about.
After looking for two years for the right location, two Billings partners opened a new furniture store on Jan. 4 in the former Montana Furniture Gallery building.
A telephone conversation last year with a woman in Kenya got Gary Robson lots of attention in his Red Lodge Books & Tea bookstore.
The unprecedented oil-and-gas boom in the Bakken and Three Forks shale underlying western North Dakota and Eastern Montana is creating tremendous wealth for some and an unprecedented number of jobs.
The Federal Trade Commission dismissed arguments Wednesday that the merger of Express Scripts and Medco would harm consumers and approved a deal to create the industry’s largest company worth $116 billion.
Billings is the only major Montana city now without at least one Hallmark store, but company scouts have made two trips to town to nose around for another location.
It’s hard not to love the tabloid press, at least in small doses.
WASHINGTON — Don’t expect to see a lot of newspapers and websites with this headline: “Big Government Bailout Worked.” But it would be entirely accurate.