Liz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media
Murkowski remains curious about what John Bolton might say, but thinks it’s too soon for her to decide on witnesses. And the offenses she called out last week? She says they won't factor in her decision.
“As one who is listening attentively and working hard to get to a fair process, I was offended," Sen. Murkowski said.
Sen. Murkowski says senators should decide later in the trial whether to call witnesses, so she'll vote against Democratic amendments Tuesday.
The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee advanced Kindred’s nomination Thursday.
Save Our Seas 2.0 is sponsored by Sen. Dan Sullivan. It emphasizes outreach to other countries and includes a "genius" prize.
To partisans, Murkowski's ways don't satisfy. They say she zig-zags. But Murkowski sees herself on a straight line called "process."
Sen. Murkowski says she's not sure how she'll vote on a Democratic-sponsored War Powers resolution that would rein Trump in
Sen. Murkowski commends President Trump and praises the military for the attack that killed Gen. Qasem Soleimani
The State of Alaska is trying to stop the Native Village of Eklutna from opening an Indian gaming casino north of Anchorage.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski is showing her independent streak as she discusses the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
Other agencies have said the Corps of Engineer's environment review of the Pebble project lacks critical information. The Corps says it will delay its final report for three months to write more thorough answers.
Dunleavy spokesman Jeff Turner said it's common practice for an administration to request "briefing materials" about particular projects.
Other companies that restrict financing for Arctic drilling include Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays and HSBC.
Alaska Congressman Don Young, like all House Republicans, voted against impeaching President Trump today, and both of Alaska’s U.S. senators appear likely to vote against removing the president from office.
The Heritage Foundation billed Dunleavy as a fiscal hawk with lessons for Washington. The recall campaign sees it differently.
Russia’s military dominance over Arctic grows while US treads water, security experts tell Senate panel
Russia and China stepped up their game in the Arctic this year while the United States is just waking to the strategic power competition in the region, experts told a Senate panel.
A bill advancing in the U.S. Senate aims to allow new maritime opportunities in the Arctic while designing a framework that ensures safety.
As the Arctic warms, one effect magnifies the next, and a way of life is threatened.
A spokesman says Pebble remains confident. The parent company says it's lost $40 million so far this year, and has a deficit over $400 million.