The director of the Sitka Historical Society has been in an extensive—and somewhat bizarre—email exchange with a Russian event promoter named Alex Chupilkin.
In a dystopian future, Western civilization has crumbled and indigenous people are in control. That’s the premise of Jack Dalton’s play “Assimilation.”
In the 1960s, Chairman Mao Zedong ordered scientists to find a malaria antidote to help ailing soldiers in North Vietnam. Today’s Nobel Prize for medicine went to one of those researchers.
The skull belonged to a female Native American at least 40 years of age and likely dates to before the 1700s.
“I think I’m still in shock,” Bea Kristovich said when asked about her new position.
A new generation is using tattoos to reclaim what it means to be a Native woman in the 21st century.
LGBT rights has been a decades-long battle. The state now has marriage equality, but not much else.
Juneau residents gather at Riverside Rotary Park on Friday morning to remember those who perished during the attacks of September 11, 2001.
The U.S. military exposed tens of thousands of troops to chemical and biological agents before 1975. Today, those vets are seeking health care and details on what substances they were given.
The president said that what started out as a natural disaster became something much worse when government didn’t “look out for its own citizens.”