Fans of the retired U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Storis have been holding their collective breath all weekend, hoping there might be a way to prevent the scrapping of the ship in Mexico.
Congress usually passes a few hundred bills a year. So far this year it has passed only 46.
Thousands of Alaska Natives will miss out on benefits they qualify for under the Affordable Care Act if the definition of Alaska Native under the law isn’t changed.
Enroll Alaska has successfully signed up seven people last week for health insurance on the state’s new Affordable Care Act Marketplace, but nearly three weeks into the launch of the marketplace, the company expected to have many more people enrolled.
Sullivan joins a crowded field of Republicans trying to unseat Democrat Mark Begich next November.
What would the Republican Senate candidates who are challenging Begich have done if they had been in office instead?
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.
Alaska’s junior senator says he’s likely a “no vote” on a resolution to authorize a military strike in Syria.
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.