Alaskans who support abortion rights feel burned while conservatives aren’t giving Murkowski much credit.
As the new Choice program spreads across the country and takes hold in Alaska, vets and providers say it’s undoing parts of the Alaska-grown system that have worked well.
About a third of the total went to out of state companies for things like Internet ads, robocalls, mailers and strategic advice.
The Division of Elections voter pamphlet is arriving in mailboxes across the state. Way in the back is a page that caught some voters by surprise.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in a case that could affect millions of low-wage hourly workers across the country.
U.S. Senate candidate Dan Sullivan has a new campaign ad featuring the person he hopes to call a colleague: Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
A federal grand jury has indicted FedEx on charges of assisting illegal pharmacies. Prosecutors say the shipping company knowingly distributed controlled substances.
Hurricane activity in the Atlantic Ocean will be at or below normal levels this year, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s annual forecast.
Thailand’s army is now running the country. Two days after declaring martial law — and saying it wasn’t staging a coup — the military has changed its mind, Thailand’s army chief says.
When Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych fled Kiev, he left a trove of documents at his estate; many were thrown into a large reservoir. Journalists called divers and spent the weekend going over soggy papers in a house they had long been forbidden from entering. With the help of volunteers, more than 20,000 pages are now online.