- Subscriber Center
- Capital City Weekly
- Alaska Outdoors
- Opinion & Letters
- Community Calendar
- Home and Real Estate
- About Us
- Contact Us
- Policies & Terms
Update: Biden hits Russia with sanctions, shifts troops to Germany
The sanctions target Russian banks, oligarchs and high-tech sectors,
Actual greenhouse gas volumes exceed official reports
Auditors warned of bad data for years.
Murkowski concerned with how court may rule in abortion case
Murkowski said she respects “a woman’s right to control her choice with reproductive health
Proposal to nix derogatory term targets hundreds of US sites
Haaland said in a statement Tuesday that words matter.
Biden halts oil, gas leases amid legal fight on climate cost
Among the immediate effects is an indefinite delay in planned oil and gas lease sales.
Jury rejects Sarah Palin’s lawsuit against New York Times
“Of course we’re disappointed.”
Judge dismisses Palin’s libel lawsuit
Jury will continue deliberations.
In reversal, FDA puts brakes on COVID shots for kids under 5
FDA said it became clear it needed to wait for data on how well a third shot works for youths.
Jury hears closing arguments in Palin vs. NY Times trial
Jury will deliberate.
Biden threatens: No gas pipeline if Russia invades Ukraine
The White House has expressed increasing alarm about the prospects of war.
Palin resumes court battle with Times after COVID illness
Opening statements to the jury were initially scheduled for last week, but were postponed.
Austin to governors: Guard troops must get COVID-19 vaccine
Texas, Oklahoma and Alaska filed lawsuits challenging the military’s vaccine mandate.
Palin COVID-19 tests delay libel trial against NY Times
Sarah Palin on Monday tested positive for COVID-19.
With Roe in doubt, states act on abortion limits, expansions
“This could be a really, really dramatic year…”
Big voting bill faces defeat as 2 Dems won’t stop filibuster
The debate carries echoes of an earlier era
Update: Tsunami advisory canceled for Southeast Alaska
It applies to Southeast from the BC border to Cape Fairweather.
Supreme Court halts COVID-19 vaccine rule for US businesses
Mandate for most health care workers is allowed to proceed.
Princess Cruises pleads guilty to probation violation
U.S. Dept. of Justice says company violated probation terms.
Congressional delegation condemns NPR-A development reversal
Another policy reversal.
Supreme Court skeptical of Biden’s workplace vaccine rule
The court seemed more open to a separate vaccine mandate for most health care workers.