Monday night, the U.S. Senate voted to move ahead with a bill to protect gay people from workplace discrimination.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski met this week with federal officials investigating FEMA’s response to this year’s flooding in Galena.
Congress usually passes a few hundred bills a year. So far this year it has passed only 46.
Congress has passed a one-year extension of a program that pays out millions of dollars to communities in Alaska near national forest land, like Petersburg.
What would the Republican Senate candidates who are challenging Begich have done if they had been in office instead?
Legislation that passed Congress yesterday will allocate $50 million to clean up the 130 oil and gas wells that were drilled and abandoned by the federal government in the National Petroleum Reserve – Alaska.
The mass shooting at a Navy installation in Washington, D.C. Monday is reigniting the debate over guns and background checks.
Natural Resources Commissioner Dan Sullivan is stepping down from his post amid talk that he’s planning a run for U.S. Senate.
Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday the U.S. government is holding the government of Bashar al-Assad responsible for the chemical attack last week.
President Barack Obama wants to tie college rankings to how affordable they are and whether students are landing in the workforce after graduation.