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Here are the top stories for Sunday, September 29th: Schiff says whistleblower testimony could happen soon; Zarif puts tough condition on US nuclear negotiations; NYPD officer killed on duty; Record snow in Montana.

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Candidates Biden, Bullock speak at Iowa State Fair

Joe Biden and Montana Gov. Steve Bullock are the first of more than 20 presidential candidates to speak at the Iowa State Fair. (August 8)

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Donate to a Presidential Campaign, Get Harassed

If you have an email address, chances are a candidate for president has asked you for money. This election cycle, small-dollar donations are especially important for Democrats who need them to reach thresholds set by the DNC to make the debate stage.

Most of these emails get ignored. But what happens if you do what they ask?

We donated a small amount to every campaign for president, Republican and Democrat. Then, we set up a dummy email account to use to track what happened next. Over the course of a week, 138 emails showed up. (Montana Gov. Steve Bullock sent the most, at 13.)

The emails are conversational. They used the first name of the donor 141 times. There were ploys to get you to open them, too.

Sometimes, the emails didn’t come from the campaign at all — they came from other names, with subject lines that made them more enticing. Some used humor, some used fear. But they were all after the same thing. More money.

Check out what happens when you give money to a political campaign in 2019.

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Avalanche blocks cyclists at Glacier National Park

Thirteen bicyclists were stranded for about eight hours by a rock slide and an avalanche Monday on the scenic Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park in Montana. (May 28)

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Montana governor in Democratic presidential race

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock announced Tuesday that he is seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, distinguishing himself as the field’s only statewide elected official to win a state that President Donald Trump carried in 2016. (May 14)

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Montana firefighters rescue dog from icy river

Firefighters in Whitefish, Montana, rescued a dog stranded in the icy Whitefish River Monday. Officials say the dog apparently slipped into the water while chasing a deer. (Feb. 5)

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Montana Democratic Senator survives Trump attack

(7 Nov 2018) Montana Sen. Jon Tester won re-election in a hotly contested race where President Donald Trump took a personal interest in the race and made four trips to the state to campaign for his opponent, Matt Rosendale. (Nov. 7)

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Trump praises congressman for assaulting reporter

(18 Oct 2018) In a rally, President Trump praised Montana’s GOP Rep. Greg Gianforte for slamming a reporter from The Guardian in 2017 during his campaign. Gianforte pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault after the incident (Oct. 18)

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Trump talks NYT ‘treason,’ Nike and Kavanaugh

(6 Sep 2018) At a rally in Montana, President Trump said that the anonymous New York Times op-ed criticizing him is “treason.” Later, he went on to discuss Nike’s ad campaign with former NFL player Colin Kaepernick and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. (Sept. 6)

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Video Shows Wildfire Raging in Montana

(15 Aug 2018) Cell phone video captured a wildfire as it raged through Montana’s Glacier National Park on Monday. Hundreds of visitors had to be evacuated. Several homes and structures were also destroyed. (Aug. 14)

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Trump Continues Attacks Against Media, Democrats

President Donald Trump is continuing his attacks against the democrats and the media at a rally in Montana on Thursday night. (July 5)

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How To Run For Reelection When Trump’s Put A Target On Your Back (HBO)

When you’re a Democratic senator up for reelection in a state President Donald Trump won by 20 points, and the president calls on you to resign, you don’t take the bait. If you’re Montana Sen. Jon Tester, at least, you give him props.

“Donald Trump was straight up. I mean he told me what he thought of me, and that’s cool. I might not like it, but at least he did it to my face,” Tester told VICE News in an interview. “That’s what Montanans like. They like people to be square with them.”

In reality, Trump did it on Twitter — a tweet issued after Tester, the top Democrat on the Veterans Affairs Committee, helped sink the president’s nominee for VA Secretary by publicizing anonymous complaints about him.

Tester wouldn’t answer when asked if he thought Trump’s call for his resignation was appropriate — but also said he didn’t regret his role in the VA Secretary nomination fight.

“Would I rather he not [send the tweet]? Yeah. But he’s president United States. He can do what he thinks is right. I did what I thought was right, and I’d do it again,” he said.

But that tweet added further pressure to what’s already expected to be a tough reelection fight for the two-term senator. Tester’s opposed the president on key legislative priorities and nominees more than nearly any other vulnerable Democrat up for reelection this year, but he believes Montana voters will give him the benefit of the doubt on his record.

“We’ll get backlash no matter what we do,” Tester acknowledged, but he added: “I wasn’t sent here to be a political operative. I was said here to be a U.S. senator that represents Montana and Montana’s values. And I think with every one of those votes I can justify every one I’m from a Montana perspective.”

It’s a line any politician might give to defend their tough votes, but the difference with Tester is voters seem to believe it. A May Morning Consult pollfound Tester was the only red-state Democrat up for reelection with an approval rating over 50 percent — and he’s rated by a handful of nonpartisan election observers as one of the least vulnerable red-state Democrats this fall.

The political platitudes may be more believable from Tester because, more than many senators, voters say he does seem to embody the state he represents. Tester’s the only working farmer in the Senate. He still heads home on weekends to plant and plow his organic farm with his wife just outside of Big Sandy, Montana. And he butchers meat on the farm that he takes back to Washington sometimes in a large suitcase.

Tester plays up his Montana roots in his campaign while attacking his GOP opponent, State Auditor Matt Rosendale, as “Maryland Matt” for moving to the state 16 years ago.

But the senator still has to walk a careful line on Trump, criticizing him only on issues that are a major focus in Montana, like trade and the VA, while defending him on others. Tester called the discussion about impeaching the president among some Democrats “silly talk” and “way premature,” because the Special Counsel investigation is still ongoing.

“I don’t think what he did is going to be an impeachable offense, if he did anything,” he said.

But with the president expected to visit the state to campaign for Tester’s opponent, the senator knows he’s got a long road ahead to Election Day this fall.

“You’re always running from behind,” he said. “Otherwise you’re going to lose.”

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‘Yellowstone’ cast on Montana’s ‘breathtaking’ Bitterroot Valley

Stars of the new TV drama Yellowstone” reflect on their time filming in Montana’s Bitterroot Valley. (April 27)

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This Guy Is Trying To Hunt Down One Of The Most Notorious Neo-Nazis (HBO)

Jeff Cremeans is a process server — also known as the guy who hands defendants a thick stack of court documents and says, “you’ve been served.” In his 25 years in the business, he’s been screamed at, threatened, had a chair thrown at him — he’s even driven a boat to an elusive defendant’s lakehouse to serve him. But he’s never seen someone work as hard as Andrew Anglin, the world’s most notorious neo-Nazi troll, to duck being served.

Cremeans has been searching for Anglin in his hometown of Columbus, Ohio, since April 2017. He’s been spotted by locals, but never served.

Anglin is being sued for launching a “troll storm” at a Jewish woman in Montana named Tanya Gersh. Gersh was involved in a dispute with white nationalist Richard Spencer’s mother, and Anglin encouraged his readers at the Daily Stormer to contact Gersh.

Gersh told VICE News what happened next: hundreds of harassing messages, some targeting her 12-year-old son. Anglin’s lawyer, Marc Randazza, argued to VICE News that Anglin was simply exercising his First Amendment right to free speech. But rather than make that argument in court, for now, Anglin’s in hiding, avoiding being served.

So when Cremeans got a tip that Randazza — who’s based in Las Vegas — had flown into Columbus, he followed him, hoping Randazza would draw out his client.

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Bone-chilling Cold Grips Much of US

Bone-chilling cold gripping much of the U.S. is breaking century-old records. The National Weather Service has issued wind chill advisories and freeze warnings covering a vast area from South Texas to Canada and from Montana through New England. (Jan. 2)

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Raw: Extreme Cold Temperatures In Much of U.S.

Chunks of ice floated down the Mississippi River and fountains froze in Texarkana, Arkansas as wind chill advisories stretched South Texas to Canada and from Montana and Wyoming through New England. (Jan. 2)

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Escaping Boko Haram & Neo-Nazi Trolls: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the May 9, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

We interview a woman who escaped from Boko Haram militants after being kidnapped for more than five years. Plus, Richard Spencer’s hometown in Montana has become the unexpected battleground for a campaign of neo-Nazi harassment.

Trump fired James Comey; we explain how the FBI directors exit could exacerbate the White House’s woes over Russia. Plus, a report on the future of the UK’s Labour Party.

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Suing White Nationalists for Online Harassment (HBO)

Tanya Gersh and the SPLC are suing a neo-Nazi leader for online-turned-real-world harassment. VICE News Tonight correspondent Elle Reeve travels to the resort town of Whitefish, Montana which unexpectedly became the battleground for this white nationalist controversy.

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Political Scientists & Montana Special Election: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the April 24, 2017, Full Episode of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

VICE News reports on the challenges of getting scientists to run for political office. Plus, a look at the Democratic candidate in Montana’s special election–folk singer and cowboy poet Rob Quist.

Plus, we tracked down the chemist who created one of the drugs that was used in Arkansas last week to execute death row inmates. We talk to him about what its like to be part of the long line of inventors whose creations are used to kill.

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Multiple injuries, 21 arrests as pro & anti-Trump protesters clash in Berkeley, California

Among those taking part in the counter-demonstration were black-clad Antifa activists, while on the pro-Trump side were members of the Oath Keepers militia from Montana, as well as a group of bikers.
Eleven people were injured, Berkeley police said, adding that one person was stabbed amid the clashes. Tear gas and pepper spray was used.

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Documentalist facing 45 yrs in prison for filming Dakota pipeline protest

Documentary filmmaker Deia Schlosberg was arrested while filming an activist shutting down a tar sands pipeline in North Dakota.
In solidarity with protesters opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline, activists shut down similar valves in Washington, Montana, and Minnesota on the same day.
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The Harsh Reality of Oil Spill Cleanups (Excerpt from ‘Pipeline Nation’)

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A pipeline network more than 2.5 million miles long transports oil and natural gas throughout the United States — but a top official in the federal government’s pipeline safety oversight agency admits that the regulatory process is overstretched and “kind of dying.” A recent spike in the number of spills illustrates the problem: the Department of Transportation recorded 73 pipeline-related accidents in 2014, an 87 percent increase over 2009.

Despite calls for stricter regulations over the last few years, the rules governing the infrastructure have largely remained the same. Critics say that this is because of the oil industry’s cozy relationship with regulators, and argue that violations for penalties are too low to compel compliance.

VICE News traveled to Glendive, Montana, to visit the site of a pipeline spill that dumped more than 50,000 gallons of oil into the Yellowstone River, to find out why the industry has such weak regulatory oversight.

In this excerpt, VICE News heads to the site of the Yellowstone River pipeline spill where the EPA’s Onsite Coordinator talks about the difficulties of recovering oil once it’s polluted the water, and whether pipe degradation has contributed to the increase in pipeline spills across the United States.

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Pipeline Nation: America’s Broken Industry

A pipeline network more than 2.5 million miles long transports oil and natural gas throughout the United States — but a top official in the federal government’s pipeline safety oversight agency admits that the regulatory process is overstretched and “kind of dying.” A recent spike in the number of spills illustrates the problem: the Department of Transportation recorded 73 pipeline-related accidents in 2014, an 87 percent increase over 2009.

Despite calls for stricter regulations over the last few years, the rules governing the infrastructure have largely remained the same. Critics say that this is because of the oil industry’s cozy relationship with regulators, and argue that violations for penalties are too low to compel compliance.

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