A federal judge ruled Friday that a Delta Junction man accused of threatening to kill one of Alaska’s two U.S. senators must remain behind bars until an Oct. 19 preliminary hearing.
Judge John Sedwick found that Dunleavy’s demand essentially required state employees to support the governor’s political agenda.
The short-term solution raises the debt cap by $480 billion.
The FBI says Johnson left four messages on Murkowski’s voicemail, including one on Sept. 29 in which he allegedly threatened to hire a hitman.
Failing to raise the debt limit would mean the government would run out of money to pay military and civilian salaries, pensions and other spending Congress has already agreed to, including its debt payments.
Sullivan suggested that Facebook doesn’t want to impose time limits for young people because it would hurt profits.
The federal agency listed polar bears as threatened under the Endangered Species Act in 2008.
Hueper said she feels like she’s off the hook but would like to hear it from the FBI or the Department of Justice.
Murkowski said exhausted hospital workers deserve appreciation but have been mocked, threatened and even spat upon when they’ve called for public health measures.
Official U.S. Census data reports Wrangell lost a tenth of its population — 242 people — over the last decade.