Secretary of State John Kerry yesterday named former Coast Guard commandant Robert J. Papp Jr. as special representative to the Arctic.
Businesses in Anchorage have a tough time finding entry level employees. For some employers, the solution is hiring refugees.
The Canadian government gave conditional approval to the Northern Gateway pipeline in British Columbia. If it’s built, it’ll bring hundreds more oil tankers through the Bering Sea.
Dan Sullivan, Mead Treadwell’s rival in the GOP primary for U.S Senate, issued an email yesterday saying Treadwell attended a “pro-Putin rally.”
Former Fort Richardson soldier Bowe Bergdahl was released over the weekend from nearly five years in captivity in Afghanistan.
A report released Monday from the Government Accountability Office suggests U.S. participation in the Arctic Council lacks coordination and follow-through.
Arctic experts are wondering about international relations in the Arctic and whether the era of cooperation with Russia is over.
Seismologists and several lawmakers said Congress needs to pony up for an earthquake early warning system.
Tribes, scientists and policymakers from both sides of the border are meeting to figure out how to restore Columbia River fish to their historical range.
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