The governor put his signature to a controversial measure that opponents say will permit counseling professionals to discriminate against LGBT individuals and others.
The Montana Wilderness Association's online trail-hiking guide offers a new way for avid hikers to spend a day on the trail. The guide came together with the help of an array of volunteers.
The American Humane Association's Be Kind to Animals Week is about to leap into its second century, celebrating its 101st anniversary next week. Here's how the event became an institution for the group.
The American College of Physicians calls for action to mitigate climate change and urges doctors to make their own practices greener.
A new Council on Competitiveness study finds that the United States' embrace of advanced manufacturing technologies is helping to improve its global standing as a manufacturing center. The country is expected to be at the top of the group's Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index by 2020.
The ways in which organizations engage and communicate with their supporters matters, says Abila’s Donor Loyalty Study.
The National Restaurant Association provides resources to help restaurants shrink their environmental footprints. Plus: In honor of Earth Day, how being earth-conscious can be good for business.
The major association for retired Americans has been working to fight legislation designed to end subsidized landline service in rural areas around the country. But as a recent saga in Maine proved, the association isn't above compromise.
New research shows that email marketing is still a strong player for many organizations, which are planning to increase the time and resources spent toward this type of marketing in 2016.
In the wake of the long-delayed release of research on the healthfulness of vegetable oil, the head of the North American Meat Institute has called on researchers to release data from all food-industry surveys in a timely fashion, whether or not they go against popular beliefs.