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  • Police: Pot might be factor in Montana killing

    Authorities are looking into whether marijuana or alcohol played a role in the case of a Montana homeowner accused of setting a trap and killing a German exchange student in his garage.


  • US Rep. Ryan to Wisconsin GOP: Time to unify

    U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, the former GOP vice presidential nominee, told delegates at Wisconsin's Republican convention Saturday that the party must unify.


  • In this Oct. 8, 2013,  photo Diren Dede, right, plays in a Big Sky soccer game against Hellgate. Markus Kaarma, 29, was released from jail Monday, April 28, 2014,  after posting a $30,000 bond on a charge of deliberate homicide in the death of Diren Dede of Hamburg, Germany.  (AP Photo/The Missoulian, Tom Bauer)

    Slain German student's father criticizes US

    The father of a 17-year-old exchange student shot dead in Montana departed the U.S. on Thursday after criticizing the nation's gun culture and arranging for his son's body to be flown back to Germany.


  • FILE - House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wis., goes before the House Rules Committee for final work on his budget to fund the government in fiscal year 2015, at the Capitol in Washington, in this April 7, 2014 file photo. The plan being considered Thursday April 10, 2014 is a nonbinding framework aimed more at engaging GOP voters than rival Democrats. The budget plan from Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., revives a now-familiar list of spending cuts to promise balance, including $2.1 trillion over 10 years in health care subsidies and coverage under the Affordable Care Act; $732 billion in cuts to Medicaid and other health care programs; and almost $1 trillion in cuts to other benefit programs like food stamps, Pell Grants and farm subsidies. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

    Black lawmakers meet with Paul Ryan: 'We didn't get a whole lot accomplished'

    Rep. Paul Ryan met with the Congressional Black Caucus on Wednesday to try and mend ties after he was criticized for making controversial statements about inner-city men.


  • GOP presidential hopefuls met with donors on sly

    Far from public scrutiny, Republican presidential hopefuls, high-powered donors and other national political and business leaders gathered last month at a five-star resort in Georgia for a secretive meeting to discuss the midterm elections, foreign policy and the economy.


  • Ryan holds meeting with black members of Congress

    Rep. Paul Ryan said Wednesday he had a productive meeting with members of the Congressional Black Caucus, a gathering that came weeks after comments the Wisconsin Republican made about poverty and inner cities stirred allegations of racism from some members of the caucus.


  • Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, leads the latest ABC News/Washington Post Republican presidential candidate poll released on Wednesday. Mr. Paul is among the Republican hopefuls with celebrity fanfare as his father, Rep. Ron Paul, ran unsuccessfully in the 2012 election. (Associated Press)

    Inside the Beltway: Republicans favor brand-name politicians

    Yes, earnest talk and aggressive posturing have their charm. But fame and a name also resonate with voters. A new survey finds that Republicans who have some celebrity fanfare going for them lead the early-bird presidential polls.


  • In this Oct. 8, 2013,  photo Diren Dede, right, plays in a Big Sky soccer game against Hellgate. Markus Kaarma, 29, was released from jail Monday, April 28, 2014,  after posting a $30,000 bond on a charge of deliberate homicide in the death of Diren Dede of Hamburg, Germany.  (AP Photo/The Missoulian, Tom Bauer)

    Man charged with shooting gets death threats

    A western Montana man charged in the shooting death of a 17-year-old exchange student in his garage is receiving death threats and is afraid to leave his home, the man's attorney said Tuesday.


  • Montana man charged with homicide in teen shooting

    A western Montana man has been charged in the shooting death of a 17-year-old boy after prosecutors said he set a trap in his garage to catch any would-be burglars because he was frustrated over recent thefts.


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