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Tribes and members of Congress pushed for the halt.
It’s increased nationwide for four years.
By Becky Bohrer Associated Press An early Republican candidate announced plans Monday to seek the Alaska U.S. Senate seat that has been held since 2002… Continue reading
Vaccine-makers work toward eventually vaccinating babies as young as 6 months
Thirteen states, including Alaska, sued the Biden administration Wednesday.
Tommy Beaudreau, who grew up in Alaska, is expected as new nominee.
The Anchorage meetings were a new test in increasingly troubled relations between the two countries.
The stage is set for a contentious first face-to-face meeting.
Pushed from April 15 until May 17.
Reopen “quickly and safely.”
Senior administration official: Talks allow sides chance for “taking stock” in the relationship.
Former President Donald Trump has said he would campaign against Murkowski in Alaska.
The checks are in the mail.
The Senate on Monday confirmed New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland as interior secretary.
Outdoor enthusiasts are certainly stepping outside to play in whatever environment.
Processing of the new round of stimulus payments has already begun.
Long nights, thick ice, and hamsters: the Polar Star finishes a rare northern deployment.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — President Joe Biden’s administration is supporting a controversial road through a national wildlife refuge on the remote Alaska Peninsula that is home… Continue reading
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced the guidance Monday.
The high court turned away the case Monday.