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Trump still looms large.
It’s the most lawmakers to vote to find a president of their own party guilty in impeachment hearing.
Murkowski votes guilty, Sullivan not guilty in historic vote.
Mid-March deaths won’t show in population figures that determine representation in Congress.
Biden is set to announce a wide-ranging moratorium on new oil and gas leasing on U.S. lands.
Food has become a bigger focus for health insurers as they look to expand their coverage.
Stalled since 1972, the ERA would guarantee equal legal protection to all sexes.
Local conservation group reacts to news, looks to the future.
The plans were announced on a fact sheet by the new administration on Biden’s inauguration day.
Joe Biden became the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday.
The Arctic — and the Navy’s strategy — are changing.
“I want him to resign. I want him out. He has caused enough damage.”
The U.S. Capitol locked down after protesters breached barricades.
Many of Alaska’s elected representatives were on-site when rioters breached the building.
Young used Sunday’s occasion as an opportunity to try to bring together political parties.
Senators share thoughts ahead of unlikely flashpoint procedure.
Statehouses around the nation set to convene.
It’s the first veto override of the Trump presidency.
Shutdown, impeachment, virus and more.
By MIKE SCHNEIDER Associated Press Responding to criticism that a shortened schedule jeopardized data quality, the U.S. Census Bureau on Thursday said less than a… Continue reading