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President Trump is under fire for planning a rally on Juneteenth Day in Tulsa, Okla., where in 1921 an estimated 300 people died in an orchestrated white-on-black "race massacre." Here's the story of that day in 1921.
Events this week and next focus on commemorating the genocide of 6 million Jews who died in death camps during World War 2. Here's a photo essay on Auschwitz, liberated 75 years ago this month.
On Monday, 75 years after its liberation, survivors from across the world will come back to Auschwitz for somber commemorations. Photographer …
Here you'll find documents bearing the signature of Theodore Roosevelt as well as the first written account of someone traveling through the Park in the 1820s — long before it became the Yellowstone National Park.
Bruce Springsteen was born Sept. 23, 1949, and turns 70 today. Here's a look back at the career of 'The Boss,' in photos.
On a ranch in the Pryor Mountains between Crow Agency and Hardin, Grant Bulltail grew up surrounded by his family and by stories and traditions of the Apsáalooke people.
The letterhead on the press release reads Max Baucus '78, and on the draft, Montana's longest-serving senator scribbled a note to a staffer.
A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the week.
POLSON — The current “extraordinarily clunky” email system for about 150 legislators will be updated to make it easier to use, but also to help the state comply with open records requests.
Thornton, a frequent visitor to the Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives, wrote a story about one of the Archives' most intriguing, and challengin…
The Butte-Silver Bow Public Archives is calling for public input on a new exhibit slated to open in late fall called “100 Butte Objects.”
Hair salons holding back-to-school supplies drive
The Berkeley Pit may have cost Butte many of its ethnic neighborhoods, but the memories, as well as that ancestral pride, remain. In honor of …
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