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'Dueling Dinos' found in Montana to be sold in NYC

Two fossilized dinosaur skeletons found on a Montana ranch in 2006 are coming up for sale in New York City. Full story

Tom Brokaw wishes Andrea Mitchell a ‘happy anniversary’

   As Andrea Mitchell celebrates 35 years at NBC News, Tom Brokaw calls into her show to make note of the momentous day.

Montana sugar plant faces $193K in fines

Federal regulators have proposed $193,300 in fines for a Billings, Mont. sugar plant after inspectors discovered 17 health and safety violations. Full story

NCAA penalizes Montana over booster perks

HELENA, Mont. (AP) The University of Montana and former coach Robin Pflugrad failed to monitor the football program, allowing boosters to provide benefits to players, including bail money and free legal representation for two players, the NCAA said Friday in releasing the results of a... Full story

Spanish Peaks resort sale closes

The Boston-based owner of Montana's exclusive Yellowstone Club has completed its purchase of the nearby Spanish Peaks resort north of Yellowstone National Park. Full story

Foundation pledges $2M to promote entrepreneurship

A foundation run by a New York private equity firm has pledged $2 million over the next three years to help train young entrepreneurs at two Montana universities. Full story

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Mont. pension investments post 13 percent gain

Phillips 66 pays $17K for Montana water violations

Mont. approves further exploration at mine site

Montana's new lethal injection protocol challenged in court

Mont. man sentenced for investment scam

Montana Democrat Brian Schweitzer won’t run for Senate

U.S. sentences man in latest fake cancer drug case

Montana man sentenced in fake cancer drug scheme

Blixseth seeks damages over Mont. bankruptcy suit

Mont. legislative pension fix faces many hurdles

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  Senator: Snowden allows a debate that we've never had

Sen. Jon Tester joins The Daily Rundown to talk about his views on the Patriot Act. He shares his thoughts on how sexual assault in the military should be addressed saying there should be a zero tolerance policy, and discusses the race for Senate in Montana.

  The rise and fall of a billion-dollar poker empire

Ben Mezrich, author of “21” and “The Social Network,” talks about his latest book, “Straight Flush,” which tells the story of a multibillion-dollar online poker empire built by a group of hard-partying frat brothers that was shut down by the feds, turning its founders into fugitives.

  American grizzlies find rare home in Yellowstone

TODAY’s Willie Geist takes a trip inside Yellowstone National Park in search of the elusive grizzly bear, in one of their last homes south of the Canadian border.

  Steve Schirripa experiences wilderness in Yellowstone

Brooklyn-born “Sopranos” actor Steve Schirripa takes a trip outside the city to get an initiation into wilderness living, learning to fly-fish and taking a ride on a mule.

  Conservative states fight for gun rights

Steve Kornacki’s panelists talk about firearm legislation in Montana and other pro-gun states, and the fight within conservative states against any kind of gun control legislation.

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