A new, smaller Sealaska land-selection measure faces opposition from the federal government. The legislation would transfer 3,600 acres of the Tongass National Forest to the Southeast-based regional Native corporation.
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We’ll talk with Lucy Merrell and Sue Bahleda about this Sunday’s concert with the Celebration … more
Bartlett officials say the contractor’s annual maintenence fee would take a big chunk out of their already-thin profit margin
Five members of Alaska’s Air National Guard reached to the top of Mount McKinley in Denali National Park on May 9.
Caution: Your potato plants will probably never, ever look this nice
President Obama announced late Wednesday that the acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, Steve Miller, has resigned in the wake of a report that employees at the agency engaged in partisan scrutiny of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status.
The planet-hunting career of NASA’s Kepler spacecraft might be near its end. Astronomers said Wednesday that a reaction wheel that keeps the orbiting telescope pointed at tiny, distant patches of sky to look for Earth-like planets has failed.
What caught our attention was the sound of flight attendants repeatedly ordering passengers not to take pictures or (presumably) videos. Apparently, it’s an official rule at American Airlines:
A scholarly publisher has issued a warning to Jeffrey Beall, a librarian who writes about what he calls “predatory” practices in the scholarly publishing industry, threatening him with a $1 billion lawsuit for his blog posts criticizing the company.
Activity at the volcano has increased, and it’s spewing ash up to 20,000 feet.