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Making the Cut featured

Making the Cut

By Matt Hudson When word comes down the line that one-fifth of a newsroom has to be cut, keeping a poker face in front of...
Public Paywall

The Public Paywall

By Brett Bernsten Most records are available to the public in Montana, but they come at a cost. Prices range from 25 cents a page...
John Munsell featured

The Grind

By Tom Lutey If there's E. coli in your hamburger, there are feces in your meat, plain and simple, which is about all Miles City...
HIPAA

Working Around HIPAA

By Nate Hegyi Hospitals may view their primary role as helping those injured or sick, but regulations aimed at protecting patient privacy also create significant...

Native Secrets

By Santee Ross I learned from an early age that secrets are an essential part of your social status. A secret could mean the difference...
Preaching To the Choir

Preaching to the Choir

By Stephanie Parker When it comes to keeping secrets, few do it better than the CIA. But this summer, the agency voluntarily released a few...
Jester

Finding th3j35t3r

By Brett Bernsten The Jester marks every attack with a calling card tweet: TANGO DOWN. It announced his takedown of the Taliban’s website. It leered...

Privacy Betrayed

By Albert Borgmann There was a time when privacy promoted prosperity. Then, prosperity promoted privacy. Now privacy struggles with prosperity and is losing. The Constitution’s Fourth...
Smoke Em Out

Smoke ‘Em Out

By Austin Green While hackers obtain secrets through clandestine methods, former FBI agent Warren Little preferred a more direct approach. During his 24 years with...

Facebook Confessionals

By Conrad Scheid The Internet has never been known as the best way to keep a secret, but it sure holds some mysteries. Take one...

Standing Rock: Native journalists torn between passion and neutrality

Story by Jason Begay, photos by Olivia Vanni See more of MJR's Standing Rock Coverage with this interactive web documentary. Even if it weren’t for that...

Uniting Native American Tribes in Canada and Montana

By  Kelly Conde On a cold January day, Bryson Myers played the flute beneath a cottonwood tree on the edge of the Fort Peck Indian...