"This election, you aren't just voting for a candidate. You're voting for which party controls Congress. A very important thing. Very important thing," Trump said.
Both a Republican and a Democrat running for Montana's House District 88 seat said they were "horrified" by vandalism targeting women and touting President Donald Trump.
The man allegedly responsible was picked up by police for threatening people with a gun in his pocket.
The president focused more on mocking people than discussing policy or the future of his administration during a rally.
A mysterious animal killed last month is identified as a gray wolf from the northern Rocky Mountains.
The number of people who took their lives rose across every demographic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The animal resembled a wolf but had some unusual characteristics.
In the last 11 years, the two-term Montana senator has walked an increasingly narrow line—backing many critical partisan initiatives while also trying to remain distinct from the national party.
The owners of a Pita Pit restaurant in Missoula, Montana, apologized after a video surfaced of an employee spitting in a customer's food.
The charred remains of the bird clutching its prey helped firefighters explain what went down.
Ranchers and tribal leaders alike are taking a stand against Secretary Zinke's rollbacks.
Gianforte pleaded guilty earlier this month to misdemeanor assault for a tussle with a Guardian reporter.
The Republican Congressman-elect pleaded guilty to assaulting reporter Ben Jacobs the day before his election victory.
The crowdfunding campaign for the site and its editor, Andrew Anglin, aims to "stop SPLC's perfidious perjurers from destroying the alt-right's biggest website!"
Penalty enhancements should be imposed when criminal conduct is directed at reporters doing their jobs.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott joked about shooting journalists.
In Montana and elsewhere, Trump has licensed the dark side of the American psyche.
Politicians attacking or threatening journalists is an issue that's currently at the center of a national debate, after the Republican was charged with misdemeanor assault.
Thursday's Republican victory for an open House of Representatives seat turned out to be a hyper-interpreted microcosm of America's crazy national moment, complete with a "body slam" that sent a reporter to the hospital.