A decades-long movement took a further step Thursday as the House of Representatives approved a bill to make the nation's capital the 51st state.
A District of Columbia grand jury has returned nine counts each against two East Helena brothers for their alleged roles in the Jan. 6 riot on…
Two East Helena brothers who were allegedly among the first 10 rioters to enter the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6 consented Monday to having…
Carl Miller, 61, said the first thing that came to mind when he saw the Capitol being broken into was President Donald Trump.
The Democratic primary race in the 2nd Congressional District heats up as questions arise concerning one candidate’s fundraising efforts and the role of super PAC money.
Three Western Montana state legislators and one candidate attended a recent Washington, D.C.-area conference where an attendee tested positive for coronavirus.
Around the world, spring heralds cherry blossom season. And while Japan is the most famous destination for taking in this stunning scene, the U.S. capital puts on a pretty amazing show when it comes to cherry blossoms.
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GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — As former White House counsel to President Donald Trump, Atlantic City native Don McGahn helped reshape the nation’s federal judiciary and remains in the middle of legal wranglings over Trump’s impeachment.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Thursday signed a measure encouraging the U.S. Air Force to base some of its new-generation F-35 fighter jets at the 177th Fighter Wing of the New Jersey Air National Guard at Atlantic City International Airport.
MAYS LANDING — At least 200 protesters crowded the street in front of U.S. Rep. Jeff Van Drew’s office Tuesday night, demanding the impeachment of President Donald Trump and expressing anger with Van Drew for changing parties.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The Hughes Center Honors paid tribute to former Govs. Jim Florio and Christine Todd Whitman and others Thursday night, but another prominent New Jersey resident was on everyone’s mind.
BUENA — James J. Riche stood in front of The Moving Wall on Saturday morning, looking at the over 58,000 names of men and women who died while serving their country during the Vietnam War.
A vocal crowd of public-land enthusiasts packed the Capitol rotunda Friday to voice both support for federal lands and opposition to recent wi…
No one won the latest Mega Millions drawing, meaning the jackpot is expected to climb to a staggering $1.6 billion for the next drawing on Tuesday.
In a space with low ceilings, low, modern and sleek may be the best choice, especially if a view needs to be preserved. In open spaces, a sectional sofa is helpful to define and create a lounge space for a large group. Social areas such as family rooms and even dens may be best suited for sofas that may be more plush and comfy.
Despite 18 years of work recording and cataloging the experiences of America’s veteran population, Karen Lloyd says that Native Americans who served in the military remain underrepresented in the Veterans History Project.
BIG SANDY — There was a rock stuck in the blade of the tandem disc and Jon Tester had a sledgehammer.
A small group of white nationalists gathered in Washington, D.C. but the rally didn't go as planned.
A pair of recent political ads target Montana U.S. Sen. Jon Tester for his 2013 purchase of a home in Washington, D.C.
Eight paintings, and a sculpture attributed to Donatello, culled from the sprawling art collection of Montana "copper king" William A. Clark, will find a new home here by summer.