In Sen. Ted Stevens’ day, Alaska thrived on earmarks, the congressional practice of directing federal dollars to home-state projects.
A recent government report suggests less ice may not mean more ships in the Arctic.
Yesterday’s announcement is a legal turn that could vastly expand tribal sovereignty in Alaska.
The head of British Columbia’s government has pledged to spur mining development, and that has fishermen in Southeast Alaska nervous.
Critics say the rule would expand the reach of the Clean Water Act to cover most creeks and wetlands across the country.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski is asking the Secretary of Homeland Security to make the Arctic a priority for the Administration
Alaska's legislature is still searching for ways to connect King Cove and Cold Bay by building a road through a federal wildlife refuge.
Alaska’s Bypass Mail system took some punches in Congress yesterday. The chairman of the House Government Oversight Committee, Darrell Issa, is renewing his attack on the postal system that delivers everything from lettuce to lumber in rural Alaska.