In a new proposed five-year plan for offshore drilling, the Department of the Interior floated the idea of auctioning off leases to oil and gas companies in the inlet in 2026. That’s in addition to 10 lease sales proposed for the Gulf of Mexico.
An Anchorage-based Indian law specialist says the decision still marks a major change that turns long-held principles of Indian law upside down.
An NPR investigation found that since the Capitol riot, the election denial movement has moved from the national level to hundreds of grassroots events across the country. Here are four key takeaways.
The comment period was originally set to end in July. Now it will continue for two more months, to Sept. 6.
The Muscogee Nation called the ruling an “alarming step backward.”
Republican media consultant Art Hackney called Peltola’s finish in the primary especially remarkable because she spent so little money.
By a 6 to 3 vote, the court said that any time an agency does something big and new — in this case addressing climate change — the regulation is presumptively invalid, unless Congress has authorized regulating in that sphere.
Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified under oath about a volatile and angry president who was prone to throwing dishes, knew that supporters were armed and didn’t want the riot to stop.
Democrat Mary Peltola is the only candidate left on the special election ballot who says the law should protect an individual’s right to choose abortion.
People with disabilities worry about how they will be disproportionately affected by the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.