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Here are key things to know about the cutbacks…
His lawyers said: “He did not commit any crime.”
Republicans celebrated the turn of events Wednesday.
A potential TikTok ban and the Alaska drilling could weigh down reelection bid.
Years ago, skateboarding was branded as a hobby for rebels or stoners in city streets, schoolyards and back alleys. Those days are long gone. Skateboarding,… Continue reading
Incorporating internet literacy can be a challenge, especially since misinformation is politicized.
Move comes after the administration said it would bar or limit drilling in other areas.
Where things stand ahead of the hearing as well as what to expect:
U.S. senator asks state lawmakers to make federal funds count in speech.
Kuspuks abound as Peltola invokes “Alaska model” of cooperation in congressional speech to Legislature
“I haven’t ruled out anything at this point.”
IRS won’t tax most relief payments made by states last year —including Alaska’s supplementary energy relief payment
That also applies to supplementary energy relief payments included with PFD.
An F-22 fighter aircraft based at Alaska’s Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson shot down the object.
As U.S. budget negotiations move ahead, expect to hear more.
Sullivan, in a “bit of hearsay,” blames last-minute swap for border funds by still-unknown person
More than half of those are in just four countries: India, Pakistan, Peru and China.
Distractions and inaction replace honeymoon headlines as Alaska’s new rep joins minority.
Final decision expected no sooner than early March.
SEATTLE — Boeing bid farewell to an icon on Tuesday: It’s delivering its final 747 jumbo jet. Since its first flight in 1969, the giant… Continue reading
The move would formally restructure the federal coronavirus response.