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U.S. Postal Service hosts event encouraging small business to grow internationally

Many small businesses do what they can simply to stay afloat. Now, they're being encouraged to grow, not just regionally, but internationally.

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China lifts its ban on U.S. imports of beef

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.

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Farmers feeling pinch of market prices while consumers save

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. ​

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Bismarck City Commission finalizes 2017 budget

The Bismarck City Commission finalized the 2017 budget for the city Tuesday.

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ND Public Service Commission questions company building wind farm near Valley City

A new wind power development in Valley City took a step forward Tuesday but not without some serious questions from the Public Service Commission.

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Triple H Miniature Horse Rescue adds 'Kitty City'

Triple H Miniature Horse Rescue helps out all kinds of animals, but up until this summer, it had mainly focused on farmyard animals.

 

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El Cajon police had said a distraught man "took a shooting stance" with an item pulled from his pocket before an officer fatally shot him Tuesday.

India Strikes Militants Inside Nuclear-Armed Pakistan

Both India and Pakistan have nuclear weapons. They have fought three wars since independence from Britain in 1947, two of them over Kashmir.

600,000 Vets May Go Uninsured Over Medicaid Stand: Report

More than 600,000 veterans will go without health insurance next year unless 19 states stop holding out against expanding Medicaid, researchers say.

Sudan Accused of Using Chemical Weapons on Civilians

The chilling report cites evidence for at least 30 likely chemical attacks in a remote and inaccessible part of Darfur, one as recent as Sept. 9.

Flash Floods Feared as Rain Drenches D.C. Area

Heavy, potentially dangerous rain has started to douse parts of the D.C. area Wednesday evening — with as much as 5 inches possible in some places.