The build-out of wireless broadband networks in Indian Country may get a boost from a new $1 billion tribal broadband fund. The federal fund was set up...
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This week in the Montana Legislative session, we're watching how lawmakers are proposing to change the role of public health officials, how the state is addressing missing Indigenous persons, and how the riot in D.C. could have ripple effects in Montana.
January 18, 2021
Montana's congressman votes as expected against impeachment, and Montana's two senators are having a very public spat. Gov. Gianforte has a rocky...
The U.S. Postal Service is closing an office in Helena early Saturday in preparation of possible “civil events” anticipated this weekend.
The Montana Senate Business, Labor, and Economic Affairs Committee Friday supported a bill that would protect businesses from COVID-19 related lawsuits, provided they follow health guidelines. Republican Gov. Greg Gianforte requested the legislation as a condition for lifting the statewide mask mandate.
In Los Angeles, the extraordinary step of rationing care is now closer to becoming a reality.
A map of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths around the world. The respiratory disease has spread rapidly across six continents and has killed at least 1 million globally.
View NPR's maps and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are growing and which are leveling off.
With the backdrop of the U.S. Capitol, where anger and fear are raw after the Jan. 6 riot, President-elect Biden will give his address on Inauguration Day. Biden has vowed to bring Americans together.
Authorities at the U.S. Capitol are on high alert. NPR's Noel King talks to National Guard Vice Chief Lt. Gen. Marc Sasseville about how the guard is helping to secure Inauguration Day events.
Do you ever wish restaurant menus would play it straight? The owner of Cuisine AuntDai in Montreal offers his opinions of dishes. His brutally honest reviews have gone viral.
Robbie Pruitt, the assistant rector for a Virginia church, thought perhaps someone really needed his bike. He has invited people to donate old bikes, and he repairs them to give to needy families.
California is moving to revamp use of "less lethal" rounds fired by police, that include bean bags and rubber bullets, Several demonstrators were injured during racial justice protests this summer.
The inauguration of President-elect Biden will look different from the past — with no crowds and troops guarding the Capitol. But the oath of office remains the same.
Documentarian Ken Burns believed there were three major crises in the nation's past: The Civil War, the Depression and World War II. Now, he says, we are living through the fourth.
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The campaign rhetoric, struggles for political power and results of the 2020 election converge in the 67th meeting of the Montana legislature. Join us Monday mornings for The Session -- a breakdown of the latest action we’re watching in the statehouse, produced by Montana Public Radio, Yellowstone Public Radio and Montana Free Press.
- Senate Panel To Hold Confirmation Hearing For Secretary Of State Designate
- Legacy Of Muslim Travel Ban Will Be Hard For Biden To Erase
- Former Colleague Supports Retired Gen. Austin, Biden Pick To Lead Pentagon
- Biden Will Arrive In Washington As Trump Finishes Up His Presidency
- Thousands Of Migrants Travel To Guatemala Hoping To Reach U.S.
- News Brief: Inauguration Is A Day Away, Confirmation Hearings, Migrant Caravan
- 'History Has Its Eyes On Us.' Poet Amanda Gorman Seeks Right Words For Inauguration
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