Forrest Fenn, Famed for Hidden Treasure, Dies at 90
Police confirmed Forrest Fenn died Monday of natural causes at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Pres. Trump: Closing Colleges Amid Outbreaks ‘Could Cost Lives’
Trump said Wednesday at a White House briefing that the virus is akin to the seasonal flu for college students.
Bullock staffer fired after offensive tweets surface
A staffer in Montana Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock's senate campaign was fired Thursday after a history of racist, sexist and homophobic tweets surfaced.
President, GOP Suggest Temporary Fix for $600 Jobless Benefit
Before Trump spoke, top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell adjourned the chamber for the weekend while taking a procedural step that could allow voting on a potential compromise next week.
President Trump Floats Idea of Election Delay, A Virtual Impossibility
There's no evidence of widespread voter fraud through mail-in voting.
President Threatens to Cut Federal Aid if Schools Don’t Reopen
Trump isn't saying what funds would be cut off or what authority he had to make the move.
Supreme Court Sides With President in Birth Control Opt-Out Case
The Obama-era health law said most employers must cover birth control as a preventive service.
President Pushes State, Local Leaders to Reopen Schools in Fall
But the bright outlook was met with skepticism from some outside the White House.
Rope Found Hanging in Wallace’s Garage was coincidence
Wallace coincidentally was assigned that garage.
Court: Montana Family Owns Dinosaur Fossils Worth Millions
The owners of the mineral rights appealed.