On Tuesday Alaska's senatorial candidates met for a public debate at the Dena'ina Center in Anchorage, except this time Alaska's students had the chance...

As the debate over Islamophobia rages on across the country, the Alaska World Affairs Council (AWAC) invited Nihad Awad, co-founder and executive director of...

The three candidates running for Senator of Alaska met for the second time in Anchorage at a forum hosted by the Anchorage Chamber of...

Soon after oil began gushing into the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, plans for exploratory drilling in Alaska's Chukchi and Beaufort seas were...

Speaking to Alaskans gathered at the Wendy Williamson auditorium at UAA, Tim Wise (pictured right) asks audience members to consider how they entered the...

Shooting for the film Everybody Loves Whales starring Drew Barrymore began in Alaska earlier this month and other production companies are already following suit....

Former F.B.I. special agent Robert Wittman has recovered more than $225 million worth of stolen art and cultural property resulting in the prosecution and...

Senator Mark Begich met with Croatia's ambassador to the United States at a joint luncheon hosted by the the Alaska World...

Jerene Mortensen, mother of Three Cups of Tea and Stones in Schools author, Greg Mortensen recently moved to Anchorage in December 2009. Since arriving,...

In their last public speaking opportunity before the primary election, Governor Sean Parnell, Ralph Samuels, and Bill Walker met for a Republican Gubernatorial debate...

Animated Ethan Berkowitz at the Commonwealth North podium, while Senator French sits beside awaiting his rebuttal. Photo bu Kristin Spack, KSKA - Anchorage....

Walrus populations of Round Island. Photos courtesy of Terry Johnson. Terry Johnson, a professor with the University of Alaska Seagrant Marine Advisory Program has been...

Encounters host, Richard Nelson shows the audience the equipment he uses when recording natural sounds in the wild. Photo by Lisa J. Seifert Before heading...

Creators of the initiative are calling it the “Anti-Corruption Act.” Meanwhile opponents of Proposition 1 have dubbed it the “Alaska Gag Law.” No matter...

After a 26 year career in the federal government intelligence and law enforcement communities, John Cassara is considered an expert in anti-money laundering and...

Ever wonder what is fact versus fiction when watching the infamous Star Wars trilogy? February through April Alaskans poured into Anchorage Museum to learn...

Anchorage neighborhood moose scavenging for some McDonalds scraps. Photo by Kristin Spack Wildlife biologist, Rick Sinnott has been studying and interacting with Anchorage moose, bears,...

Before the legislative session in Juneau comes to a close, on April 1 at a lunch hosted by Commonwealth ...

Weeks before the United States signed the recent Arms Control Treaty with Russia, the Alaska World Affairs Council in collaboration with Anchorage Opera hosted...

Back in November you heard Dr. Jeffrey Demain speaking on Climate Change and the Impact on Human Health – An Alaska Perspective. On March...