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Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone received temporary protected status from homeland security

Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone received temporary protected status from homeland security

Effective Friday and for 18 months, Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone have been designated Temporary Protected Status due to the outbreak of Ebola virus disease in West Africa.

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Gazette opinion: U.S. needs chips and PINs to protect our cards

When customers use credit cards at shops in Europe or Australia, they insert a card in a reader and enter a PIN. There’s no swiping and signing as in U.S. card transactions.

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David Ignatius: Growing pressure on Obama to escalate war in Iraq, Syria

WASHINGTON — As fighters from the Islamic State surge toward control of Anbar Province in western Iraq and the border town of Kobane in Syria, U.S. commanders and diplomats are signaling that the U.S. must expand its military operations before the extremists control even more territory.

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Gazette opinion: Focus on airports to minimize risk of spreading Ebola

So far, there is only one reported case of a person infected with Ebola flying undetected from West Africa to the United States. So far, only one person who had contact with the infected traveler has contracted the deadly virus.

October 14, 2014 10:28 amLoading…
Yang helps drive Rocky volleyball to No. 1 ranking

Yang helps drive Rocky volleyball to No. 1 ranking

Rocky Mountain College volleyball star Yang Yang has adapted to life in Montana pretty well, with maybe one exception.

October 03, 2014 12:00 am Photos

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Poverty hinders Montanans' access to health care

Poverty hinders Montanans' access to health care

The number of Montanans experiencing poverty increased by more than 11,000 people last year when compared to 2012, which translates into thousands of residents having inadequate access to health care, according to public health officials.

October 02, 2014 8:30 am Photos

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Gazette opinion: U.S. leadership will save lives in West Africa

Gazette opinion: U.S. leadership will save lives in West Africa

The Ebola epidemic threatens thousands of lives along with the economies of nations in Africa and beyond.

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George F. Will: Obama needs Congress to approve this war

WASHINGTON — The United States last declared war many wars ago, on June 5, 1942, when, to clarify legal ambiguities during a world conflagration, it declared war on Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. Today’s issue is not whether to declare war but only whether the president should even seek cong…

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Guest opinion: Cost of prescription meds grows more outrageous

In a Billings Gazette guest opinion in September 2003, I compared the prices of a three-month supply of the 30 most popular patented prescription drugs from the Billings Costco pharmacy with a Canadian pharmacy. The Canadian prices were 48 percent lower.

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E.J. Dionne Jr.: Obama's new politics of foreign policy

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…

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Guest opinion: Bipartisan land-exchange bill awaits action in Congress

Grand Teton National Park is an extraordinary place. Its mountains are breathtaking, its lakes and rivers pristine. Wildlife is abundant and the majesty of nature reigns supreme. It is one of the crown jewels of the national park system.

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Gazette opinion: Americans’ inheritance cannot be given away

Gazette opinion: Americans’ inheritance cannot be given away

The public lands of the United States belong to every citizen, a fact that has never deterred efforts to convert the public domain to private profit.

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Architects, designers preparing for a changing climate

There’s little question many architects and builders are convinced of the threat of climate change and are urging clients to plan for a future of weather extremes.

September 01, 2014 12:00 amLoading…

Guest opinion: U.S. labor policy steers toward job-driven training

As the secretary of labor, I have a unique opportunity to meet with employers around the country of all sizes and from an array of industries. So many of them tell me the same thing; they’re ready to grow their businesses and to hire more people.

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Oil industry advocate says innovation is key to keeping industry healthy

Oil industry advocate says innovation is key to keeping industry healthy

Alex Epstein says he’s not too worried about running out of oil. But he sometimes worries that the industry won’t always have the freedom to develop it.

August 27, 2014 4:33 pm Photos

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Guest opinion: U.S. business depends on solid STEM education

Guest opinion: U.S. business depends on solid STEM education

With the arrival of the new school year, parents, students, educators and the community gear up with much anticipation. Traditional educational approaches have delivered good benefits in the past, but how can we move from good to great? How can we move our students from simply being “good en…

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David Ignatius: Mulling a Ukraine policy in Colorado conference

ASPEN, Colo. — At the public kickoff of a discussion here about U.S. policy toward Russia and Ukraine, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates joked that his favorite definition of diplomacy was “petting a dog and saying ‘nice doggie’ until you can find a rock.”

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Russian ban on U.S. food won't be felt in Montana

Russia’s ban on food imported from the West won’t make a ruble’s difference to Montana farmers, officials have said.

August 11, 2014 6:30 pmLoading…

Interactive: U.S. immigration by the numbers

Millions of immigrants come to the U.S. every year to study, work and seek new lives, including an estimated 11.7 million people currently living in the U.S. illegally.

August 01, 2014 2:05 pmLoading…

Strategies for Success: Process review will reduce errors, save money

During Easter time, I sent my sister a bouquet of flowers. I was a house guest at that time and thought that a floral arrangement would be a great hostess gift. In fact, when I arrived, she commented that she had received not one, but two arrangements of flowers. Why did I send two?

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