This week, Alaska lawmakers and government officials are meeting in Anchorage to discuss what they see as “federal overreach.”
Pebble Partnership CEO John Shively has maintained for years that his company will submit its application soon.
Senate leaders hope to capitalize on growing support for gay rights – especially after the landmark DOMA decision.
Some welcome what they say is a needed supply of timber to keep local mills operating. But a regional conservation group criticizes the plan, which it predicts will harm habitat for wildlife.
President Barack Obama is laying out his framework for combating climate change.
The Senate passed a key procedural hurdle to immigration reform yesterday evening.
Lieutenant Governor Mead Treadwell announced early this morning he’s running for Senate. He said he’s entering the race, instead of running for reelection, because he knows he can win.
Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski’s version of the Sealaska lands bill has passed out of its only committee of referral.
A recent Gallup Poll shows 83% of Americans support expanded background checks; a slight tick down from 91% just a few months ago.