Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died in her home in Washington D.C. of complications from pancreatic cancer. She was 87.
The tug crews fit into a category of essential workers the general public rarely sees — even less so now that shore leave by mariners and visitors boarding the vessels are almost completely forbidden.
Starting July 31, people driving to Alaska from the Lower 48 will only be able to enter Canada through one of five border crossings.
The event was held on the White House lawn, where a huge crane appeared to be lifting a set of weights out of the back of a pickup truck — a symbol of the Trump administration’s efforts to lift the weight of federal regulations.
On Tuesday, the Trump administration rescinded its controversial plan issued just a week ago that would have required international college students to take in-person classes or leave the country entirely.
On one side are those who say that the warrior logo is a proud tradition for alumni, while on the other are those who say any Native American logo is problematic.
In Alaska, the names of settlers and explorers can be found everywhere: roads, cities, buildings and statues — all reminders of Alaska’s colonization and the impact it has had on the Indigenous population.
The move chips away at some of the last remaining big-ship cruises on Southeast Alaska’s schedule.
Photos posted to Facebook on Thursday show a twin-bladed Chinook helicopter carrying the bus away from the remote site it occupied near the Teklanika River, where it attracted numerous tourists who had to be rescued after the book’s publication.
Fish marketing experts are assessing how the rumors could affect Alaska salmon’s image in the world.