Liz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media
Tommy Beaudreau, whose family moved to Alaska for his dad's oil field job in 1979, says he understands Alaska's reliance on energy development despite his difference of opinion with Alaska's senators over development.
With votes for Democratic appointees, Sen. Murkowski cements her reputation as a centrist.
The CARES Act case turns on a definition that specifically includes ANCs as tribes and then seemingly excludes them in the very same sentence.
Infrastructure bills are good for Alaska, they say, but they want changes to the Biden proposal.
Among many Republicans, statehood for Puerto Rico is viewed as a threat. Congressman Young has been a champion for decades.
The congressional delegation sees two impediments keeping cruise ships from coming to Alaska this summer: The CDC and the Canada problem.
Rep. Don Young, no stranger to big infrastructure bills, was one of the GOP lawmakers invited to discuss Biden's $2 trillion plan.
Interior today named Raina Thiele, a veteran of the Obama White House, to be top advisor on Alaska issues
Gov. Mike Dunleavy recently introduced a bill to create a state "green bank," which would give finance renewable energy projects in Alaska.
The American Rescue Plan has a lot of money for schools. But Alaska may not be able to collect its full share, due to pre-pandemic cuts to the university.
In a win for Alaska tribes, the Biden Administration has cancelled the sale of a National Archives building in Seattle, citing a lack of tribal consultation.
CARES Act flooded Alaska tribes with cash for pandemic programs. Now they’re bracing for a bigger deluge.
When Bethel's tribe got $13 million in CARES Act money, the chief accountant went to his boss's office: “He had a piece of paper in one hand, and he was clutching his chest in his other.”
You're vaccinated. Great. Here's why Canada still isn't going to let you in for non-essential travel.
Gov. Dunleavy says he's exerting the state's right to control submerged lands under navigable lakes and rivers.
The Army says it will revive its "atrophied" Arctic skills, in part by recruiting soldiers who want to be in Alaska.
Five Alaska tribes would get gain power to prosecute violent crime in villages if VAWA bill becomes law.
The FBI says it has arrested Anchorage resident Aaron James Mileur after people in his Facebook circle told authorities he had posted videos and photos of himself inside the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 siege.
Sen. Murkowski says the party's ability to stop her re-election is doubtful.
Both of Alaska's U.S. Senators joined Democrats in voting to confirm Deb Haaland as Interior secretary Monday.