“Scientists working with data from a large particle accelerator in Europe are now almost certain they have pinned down the elusive sub-atomic particle known as the Higgs Boson,”
The Syrians are believed to have hundreds of tons of chemical agents, including sarin, one of the deadliest chemical agents.
As Argentine Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected yesterday, Alaska’s bishops were in Juneau for the annual meeting of the Alaska Conference of Catholic Bishops.
The Magnuson Stevens Act – the federal law that manages and regulates the nation’s fisheries – will expire September 30th.
Most economists say the U.S. housing market is recovering at last. But one banking expert who grappled with the colossal housing bust during the Great Recession says it’s too soon to celebrate.
The death of Ieng Sary, co-founder of the Khmer Rouge that ruled Cambodia from 1975 to 1979 and killed an estimated 1.7 million of that nation’s people in the process, has dashed the hopes “among survivors and court prosecutors that he would ever be punished for his alleged war crimes,”
Alaska’s unemployment rate has been lower than the national rate for 51 straight months.
The latest rewrite of a bill cutting taxes on oil companies is expected to bring down state revenue by more than $1 billion next year.
A bill rewarding sea otter hunters was praised and panned at its first hearing on Wednesday.
Blinking lights and pink umbrellas will be on display Thursday night at the Goldtown Nickelodeon as students in the Juneau School District’s CARES program show off their work.