As Alaskans navigate the complicated health law, two people have had very different experiences.
For the second time in recent months, President Obama welcomed a cadre of tech CEOs to the White House to talk about data privacy.
Plans are being made to build the American Indian Veterans Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
As expected, President Obama on Tuesday unveiled a $3.9 trillion budget plan for fiscal 2015 that his number crunchers say would produce a $564 billion deficit.
In Alaska, about 3,000 people selected marketplace plans before Dec. 28 and 83 percent qualify for a subsidy to help pay for premiums.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, in a book due out later this month, describes President Obama as "a man of personal integrity" who nonetheless was skeptical of his administration's "surge" strategy in Afghanistan and openly distrustful of the military leadership, The Washington Post and The New York Times report Tuesday.
Premera Alaska won’t increase premium rates for Alaskans who decide to extend their plans for another year.
Health Insurer Premera Alaska will allow 5,200 customers in the state to keep their insurance plans.
Senator Mark Begich is proposing a change to the Affordable Care Act that would make cheaper insurance options available.
President Obama announced new rules that may allow some residents to keep their plans for another year. But for Fairbanks knife maker Mark Knapp, that “fix” doesn’t go far enough.