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It will fund six projects, requires state partial fund match
Miners and timber interests upset, environmentalists thrilled, Sen. Sullivan vows retaliation
United, Alaska, Spirit and Frontier had double-digit percentages of cancellations in late December.
Suit calls DOI decision capricious; Tlingit and Haida president says complaint is mean-spirited.
Other commemorations echoed the Rev. Bernice King’s reminder.
It was placed in orbit in 1984 by astronaut Sally Ride.
Changed votes from conservative holdouts
House adjourned until 6 p.m. Alaska time.
The world’s glaciers are shrinking and disappearing faster than scientists thought…
“Well, it’s Groundhog Day…”
U.S. House adjourns in disarray.
New housing, federally-funded projects, school leadership changes among items affecting Juneau
Taxes will fall and minimum wages rise for residents in numerous states…
It includes $15.3B lawmakers sought for their home states and districts.
Scientists are still trying to figure out why some people get long COVID.
A winter storm knocked out power for hundreds of thousands of people across the U.S. Saturday.
WASHINGTON — U.S. military forces around the world will no longer be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine, after the mandate was lifted under an… Continue reading
The bill passed mostly along party lines, 225-201.
This article has been moved in front of the Empire’s paywall. The U.S. military agency known for tracking Santa Claus as he delivers presents on… Continue reading