The Alaska Public Interest Research Group submitted a letter to Attorney General Kevin Clarkson’s office on Tuesday asking for an investigation into whether the December fundraiser violated the Alaska Executive Branch Ethics Act.
In the White House’s letter to the Office of Government Ethics this week about Kellyanne Conway, there’s a passage that is potentially far more significant than a clothing endorsement.
Trump-style tweets from the Office of Government Ethics urging divestitures made many suspect a hack of this typically staid agency. New records shared with NPR show the author was the agency chief.
California police pulling over Google’s self-driving car is just the latest buzz surrounding autonomous vehicles. How will these cars respond to the variables found in a daily commute?
In a leaked corporate memo, a vice president at Morris Communications told papers it owns–including the Juneau Empire and Peninsula Clarion–to run a pre-written editorial, and represent it as a local staff opinion.
A German law takes effect today that establishes a third gender option for parents filling out birth certificates for newborn babies.
The U.S. House Ethics Committee has unanimously voted to create a subcommittee to investigate whether Congressman Don Young violated official code of conduct.
Members of the House known for notorious or offensive comments have lost their seats in Tuesday’s elections. On the other hand, some are coming back.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us