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A liberal advocacy group is leveraging the Ukraine scandal in ads that target Alaskans. Their aim is to drum up constituent messages to Sen. Lisa Murkowski, urging her to vote no on a Trump judicial nominee.
Spotty data makes it hard for researchers to quantify the killings and disappearances of Native women. The recent spending bill directs the Bureau of Indian Affairs to coordinate with law enforcement agencies and develop guidelines for data collection.
Judge William Morse says the Alaska Public Office Commission should reinstate the $500 annual per-person contribution limit to independent groups, which APOC stopped enforcing following a 2010 U.S. Supreme Court decision called Citizens United.
Alaska Rep. Don Young has been all over social media this week because activists from the liberal group MoveOn posted a video of him headbutting their camera.
Alaska Rep. Don Young says the newly adopted rules don't give the Republican minority enough authority in the process.
Murkowski is one of the only Senate Republicans who didn’t back the anti-impeachment resolution. Here’s why.
Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski says the Senate shouldn't tell the House what to do.
Alaska Sen. Dan Sullivan said the House's current impeachment inquiry is more partisan than the process faced by presidents Clinton or Nixon.
For Alaskans opposed to the Pebble Mine, a hearing in the U.S. House Wednesday was an opportunity to raise the issue on a national stage, and to ask Congress to stop the proposed gold and copper mine upstream from Bristol Bay.
Pebble Limited Partnership has spent a fortune to hire some of Washington's most influential insiders as lobbyists. The mine's opponents are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars, too.
Sullivan took a stand against Trump’s withdrawal from Syria border. Now he says Trump had no good options
Alaska Sen. Dan Sullivan says a Pentagon briefing late last week changed his perspective.
The money is slated to go to tribal councils, women's shelters, youth programs, substance abuse programs and policing.
Is President Trump's plan to hold the international conference at a Trump golf club in Florida appropriate? Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski says "no."
President Trump on Wednesday turned his White House microphone over to Alaska business owner Richard Schok to highlight what he says is unfair government regulation.
Area of the proposed Pebble Mine. (Jason Sear) A coalition of groups that oppose the Pebble Mine has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. It’s...
A national group called Republicans for the Rule of Law is running ads aimed at moving Sen. Lisa Murkowski to criticize President Trump for asking Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden.
Both of Alaska's U.S. senators have joined the chorus of Republicans criticizing President Trump's decision to pull U.S. troops from northern Syria.
Village power utilities say the equipment needed to meet the so-called "Tier 4" emissions standard is impractical.
Alaska has four projects worth $102 million that would be delayed in favor of the wall. The projects include an upgrade to a weapons range and power plant repairs at Eielson Air Force Base, as well as an expansion of a missile field at Fort Greely.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- On Wednesday, Alaska's senators weren't taking a firm stand for or against President Trump after the White House released a rough transcript of the phone conversation that triggered a...