A U.S. Senate bill requiring companies to cover birth control in employee healthcare plans failed a procedural vote yesterday.
A bill to ensure hunters have access to federal land was blocked in the U.S. Senate yesterday, even though nearly half the Senate had co-sponsored it.
The Air Force has agreed to delay its plans to demolish the $300 million HAARP research facility near Glennallen.
Alaska officials are hoping the Transportation Infrastructure Finance in Innovation Act will lend the state more than $340 million for the Knik Bridge.
Alleging a senator is indifferent to vets is serious anywhere. Even more so in Alaska, which has the highest number of vets per capita.
Ninety-nine percent of veterans seeking medical appointments from the Anchorage VA are seen within 30 days.
Former Fort Richardson soldier Bowe Bergdahl was released over the weekend from nearly five years in captivity in Afghanistan.
A U.S. Senate panel yesterday moved to require labeling for genetically modified salmon, if it’s approved for sale in this country.
An Army Inspector General found no fault with how the Alaska National Guard handled reports of sexual assault and harassment.