A few polls following the twin bombings during the Boston Marathon paint a mixed picture of where the American public stands on privacy and security.
A new watchdog report says a Federal Bureau of Prisons program designed to help terminally ill inmates get early release is “poorly managed and implemented inconsistently.”
About 40 medical personnel have arrived at the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay amid an increase in the number of hunger strikers at the facility.
As the U.S. considers a “spectrum of military options” it could take to assist the groups battling against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad, the Obama administration is leaning toward giving lethal arms to some of those rebels, a senior administration official has told NPR’s Kelly McEvers.
Tuesday was the last day of operation for the Bill Brady Healing Center. The inpatient drug-and-alcohol rehab program has existed in its current form since 1996.
Murkowski is unhappy with the U.S. Forest Service, and doesn’t mince words when talking about it.
The nation’s first Internet-based sexual health curriculum aimed at American Indians and Alaska Natives is in the final stages of development in Anchorage.
A bear that attacked a well-known biologist is much older than authorities thought.
Alaska State Troopers say a 5-year-old girl was shot and killed by her older brother in Western Alaska.
Wednesday at 3 on KTOO-FM, Danny Peterson hosts.
We’ll talk with Jill Ramiel, Brian Bezenek, and Velia Elstand about Toastmasters Membership Drive;
Artist Alexandra Feit … more