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Students rock out at Gem and Mineral Show


Paleontologists educate community members for National Fossil Day


A look back at 1979 eclipse in Williston


View of near solar eclipse totality from Sturgis, S.D.


Monsignor travels to Casper, Wyo., to view totality of eclipse


Gateway to Science eclipse event brings in more than 400 visitors


Many view solar eclipse at MSU


Impact of total solar eclipse on solar grids


BSC Astronomy Club gets ready for total solar eclipse


Bismarck man traveling to Wyoming to see eclipse


Students face off for chance to go to international environmental science competition



 

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Top General Says Families Deserve Answers on Niger, but Has Few

The top U.S. general says the American people, including the families of the fallen soldiers in Niger, deserve answers about this month's deadly ambush. Gen. Joseph Dunford, the Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman, says the four U.S. special operations forces died Oct. 4 amid a "complex situation" and "difficult firefight." Dunford says American forces have been in Niger intermittently for more than two decades.