Liz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media
Deb Haaland's confirmation hearing forces Sen. Murkowski to choose between one of her long-held political goals and many of her Native constituents.
Alaska Congressman Don Young, an enthusiastic champion of gun-owner rights, argued a firearms ban wouldn’t make hearings safer.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski told a reporter afterward that she knew some Alaskans would be proud of her and some dismayed, and that there could be repercussions for her.
Alaska's U.S. senators say watching videos of the Jan. 6 violence reignited their anger.
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski was one of six Republicans who voted to proceed with ex-President Trump’s impeachment trial.
The mining firms suggests the case involves the "Pebble tapes." But is the alleged crime the recordings, or what executives said on them?
Order by executive order, President Biden is frustrating Alaska's U.S. senators. But what can they do?
Alaska Rep. Don Young, like most Republicans, voted to keep a controversial Georgia congresswoman on her committees.
The Biden administration has chosen Natalie Landreth to be deputy solicitor for lands. She's devoted her career to Native rights. Her Chickasaw ancestors were forcibly removed from their land.
"You might be able to get there with only 51 votes. But you can't shortcut this process," Murkowski says.
Murkowski and other moderate Republicans are presenting a smaller pandemic relief proposal to President Biden.
If Murkowski had to face a Trump-endorsed candidate in a Republican primary, her chances weren't good. But that's not going to happen.
Sen. Sullivan says the Biden administration shouldn't discriminate against oil and gas, and that all energy sectors matter.
Sen. Murkowski is among only five Republicans voting to keep Trump's impeachment trial on track.
Pebble Limited Partnership asks the Corps of Engineers to reverse its rejection of an open-pit gold mine upstream from Bristol Bay.
An Anchorage couple, who'd never before voted for a Democrat, felt passionate about witnessing America turn the page.
Interior's new communication director and a BOEM advisor worked to block Arctic oil projects.
Rep. Eastman attended D.C. Trump rally, but blames violence on ‘antifa.’ Now he faces calls to resign.
A storm of criticism is raining down on state Rep. Eastman for undermining faith in the election and attending the rally in Washington that led to the storming of the Capitol.
Sen. Murkowski isn't saying if she'll vote to convict President Trump, but said the House was right to impeach him.