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New Tribal rules impact alcohol deliveries on Fort Berthold Reservation


California-based company banned from doing business in North Dakota


New hotel planned for Bismarck Airport


Lotto Launch


Minot Main Street Minute: The Putt District brings mini golf downtown


Business owners address future at Minot Chamber of Commerce annual meeting


N.D. Attorney General launches investigation into Spa D' Athena


Record Keepers free shred days


Spa D'athena will close for winter to revamp


Mandan entrepreneur talks about how her business helps people experience serenity


Pop-up shop raises money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month


Focus on family businesses


100 West Main senior living building to hold open house


Tesla owners looking to convince others to go electric


New small business coming to downtown Bismarck


Sen. Heidi Heitkamp holds roundtable discussion on small business


Head of Job Service North Dakota resigns


Government, business leaders talk trade, energy and technology at policy summit


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America's top commander in Afghanistan told NBC News that the war here remains in a "stalemate," but that President Trump's strategy has reversed a decline.

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A member of Trump's legal team said that "no one should draw the conclusion that this means anything about General Flynn cooperating against the president."

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U.S. may not close Palestinian mission in D.C.

A State Department spokesperson said the White House had found the Palestinians' D.C. representatives to be "prepared to engage in negotiations" with Israel.