Experts say the field of forensic DNA is having a moment of truth about years of overstated claims, and it may tarnish its reputation as the “gold standard” of legal evidence.
The bill was signed into law on Thursday by Gov. Jerry Brown. The law requires a warrant before any business turns over clients’ metadata or digital communications to the government.
With Kevin McCarthy out of the race for House speaker, the path forward is not clear. Everyone is pointing to Paul Ryan, but what if he doesn’t do it?
Wendy Sherman, the lead U.S. negotiator in the Iran nuclear talks, tells NPR the U.S. still has plenty of other issues to settle with Iran, such as the release of Americans being held in that country.
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Angela Rodell has been selected to be the new CEO of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. The corporation’s board voted unanimously Friday to offer Rodell the job.
Biologists say unusual fish are appearing near Alaska’s shores, likely because of warmer ocean temperatures caused by El Nino and the patch of warm water known as “the blob.”
The remains of two more U.S. service members who died in a plane crash outside Anchorage in 1952 have been identified.
The Alaska Veterans Affairs Healthcare System has launched a pilot program to revert the process of scheduling appointments to how it was before reforms.
Anchorage school officials say there are no injuries and all students are safe after a gas line break forced the evacuation of an elementary school Wednesday.
A state agency has delivered a split decision for conservationists seeking to protect fish from the potential development of a coal mine in south-central Alaska.
The extra-large sized McKinley Mac available at Alaska McDonald’s restaurants will now be marketed as the Denali Mac.
NOAA officials said there has been a general trend toward earlier arrivals in the past two decades. About 10,000 humpbacks winter in Hawaii each year.