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At 44, he's half the age of the congressman, whom he supported in 2020.
ExxonMobil will keep its ownership stake and "remains committed to Point Thomson," a spokesman says.
U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan says employers should disregard President Biden’s vaccine mandate, keep unvaccinated workers on the job and wait for the courts to rule. "I think the president is going to lose that case in every court in America," he said.
Biden administration lets stand a judgment thwarting Willow, a ConocoPhillips drilling project in Arctic
A judge's decision reversed approval for the NPR-A project. The Biden administration did not appeal the ruling by Tuesday's deadline.
The "Freedom to Vote" bill sets minimum standards and would make election day a holiday.
Nearly all workers at Providence and Alaska Native health care system are complying with COVID vaccine mandates
Local health care employers say more than 96% of their staffers are vaccinated.
There was a time when the other side wasn't considered evil, they say.
Voters will decide if the state should recognize tribes, if a signature drive is successful.
Ex-Alaska Psychiatric Institute docs win federal court victory in challenge to Dunleavy ‘loyalty pledge’
Two psychiatrists who were fired from the Alaska Psychiatric Institute in 2018 have won their case in U.S. District Court against Gov. Mike Dunleavy and former Chief of Staff Tuckerman Babcock.
Murkowski helps move bill to avoid national default, but with limited political risk as no Republicans vote to raise debt cap
Sen. Lisa Murkowski was among 11 Republicans who joined Democrats to advance a bill to extend the national debt limit Thursday night, but she didn't stick her neck out very far. The final vote was...
U.S. Sen. Murkowski says a national debt default would be the "height of irresponsibility." But the GOP is united in saddling Democrats with the duty.
"Can you really, on your own, help people take a break?" Sen. Sullivan asked Facebook's head of safety. "Or do we, the U.S. government, have to help people take a break, like the Chinese are doing right now?”
The FBI thought Marilyn Hueper stole a laptop from the Capitol Jan. 6. Now a NY woman has been charged.
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski calls out bad behavior toward Alaska health care workers and use of Holocaust symbol.
Mayor Bronson said 'borrowing' Star of David for COVID debate was 'credit' to Jewish culture. He later apologized.
Sullivan is a military man who generally likes his generals. But he gave Pentagon leaders a dressing-down Tuesday.
The banner is unprecedented and "clearly intended to influence this election."
Hospitals say they're swamped with COVID patients now. Mandates aren't in effect yet.
Alaskans have been "belligerent, disrespectful, very, very aggressive" to contract tracers, says a public health nurse manager. They've followed nurses to yell at them.