President Obama said yesterday insurers can continue offering the plans they intended to cancel as part of the Affordable Care Act.
The country could face a second round of automatic budget cuts if Congress can’t agree on a spending plan by year’s end.
Alaska’s congressional delegation is seeking $150 million in federal aid for fisheries disasters.
U.S. Sen. Mark Begich says he successfully enrolled in a health insurance plan on the online marketplace open to Alaskans.
Veterans, and their family and friends honor those who’ve served
The office of Rep. Don Young says the congressman is fine after experiencing “minor chest discomfort” that prompted diagnostic tests this weekend.
The U.S. Senate has passed a bill to ban workplace discrimination against gay and transgender people.
White House Council on Environmental Quality bestows GreenGov award on Ted Stevens Marine Research Institute
A group of U.S. senators, including Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski, is pressing to strip military commanders of the authority to decide how to handle accusations of rape within their units.
Despite the extensive problems with healthcare.gov, a few dozen Alaskans have managed to enroll in a health plan on the marketplace.