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UPDATE - WH Chief of Staff Kelly 'disgusted' by politicized military deaths


Mike Faith sworn in as Standing Rock Sioux Tribal chairman


Missouri, Canadian officials appealing NAWS ruling


Has Marsy’s Law made an impact in Bismarck?


Williston residents vote to continue 1 percent sales tax


Current Ward County Sheriff announces run in 2018


Chairman of Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians resigns


Ward County Commissioners approve 2018 budget


Some Lawmakers weary of gun control legislation reform following Vegas tragedy


Standing Rock community reacts to Wednesday’s election results


Minot's Task Force 21 talks nuclear efforts with leaders in Washington


Health secretary price resigns amid travel flap


Wounded Scalise returns to Capitol to bipartisan cheers


U.S. Senate approves N.D. judge to serve on 8th Circuit Court of Appeals


Unofficial results for Standing Rock election are in


Election day on Standing Rock Reservation


Trump in salesman mode as he tries to score a tax cut win


North Dakota congressional delegation reacts to Grahm-Cassidy Bill


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Sex Talk Gets in the Way of Preventing Cancer

You catch HPV from having sex. So why aren't people talking about that?

Pentagon Sends Team to Niger to Find Out What Happened

Defense officials are careful not to call the inquiry an investigation, but admit they simply don't know what happened Oct. 4 when four U.S. soldiers died.

Weinstein Threatened AIDS Charity Board Over 'Sex Life'

Kenneth Cole says Harvey Weinstein "exploded with threats" when he thought a lawyer for an AIDS charity was looking into his sexual affairs.

CIA Director Wrongly Says U.S. Found Russia Didn't Affect Election Result

CIA Director Mike Pompeo said U.S. intel agencies had found Russian meddling didn't affect the election result, but the agencies didn't reach that conclusion.

Hundreds Protest Richard Spencer's Speech in Florida

White nationalist Richard Spencer's appearance at the University of Florida in Gainesville drew protesters who defied the school's request to stay away.