There's a growing debate about whether those protesting the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline are truly peaceful.
For more than a year, the OPEC has flooded the market with crude oil, driving prices down. Now, that may be changing, which could be good news for the industry in North Dakota.
Public input is needed for a new master plan detailing the land use of the Missouri Valley Complex.
Many small businesses do what they can simply to stay afloat. Now, they're being encouraged to grow, not just regionally, but internationally.
Some people say there's nothing better than eating a thick, juicy American steak, but it's something the Chinese haven't tasted for the last 13 years.
Lower prices paid to producers generally means lower prices consumers have to spend. That's been obvious at the pump for about a year but other commodities may also be getting cheaper for consumers.
Donald Trump, always at least knee deep in the fever swamps, is now drowning in them.
The Obama administration failed to follow its own rules in the health care law in a $5 billion dispute over compensating insurers, the GAO says.
The Zika virus doesn't seem to hit children any harder than it does adults, government researchers said Friday.
Anna Thulin-Myge, a 10-year-old transgender girl, and her mother applaud a recent change in Norway's law that recognizes Anna "as the girl she actually feels she is."
The CDC issued a travel advisory for Southeast Asia as Thailand confirmed it had found two cases of birth defects linked to the Zika virus.