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Coronavirus update, March 5: Eight negative tests, one pending; school districts weigh travel restrictions
The Anchorage School District announced Wednesday it has cancelled all school sponsored out-of-state travel through April
At least four female employees have filed civil rights complaints against the top executive at the Denali Commission, according to an Anchorage lawyer. Jason Hoke has been out of the office since Friday.
Wells Fargo says it won’t finance oil development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. That follows similar announcements by Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase,
Alaska has no known cases of the coronavirus, but the outbreak has set off economic shockwaves that are already jolting Alaskans. But foreseeable outcomes are not universally terrible.
Publicly, Pebble CEO Tom Collier radiates confidence about his company. His emails to the governor's office tell a different story.
What Congress and the Trump administration are doing to address the crisis of missing and murdered indigenous women
A 2018 report highlighting the crisis of "Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women" got the gears of government to turn.
Sen. Murkowski was one of eight Republicans who crossed the aisle to pass a resolution restricting President Trump’s power to attack Iran.
President Trump's 2021 budget (FDLP.gov) WASHINGTON, D.C. - Several large cuts to Alaska programs are included in the 2021 budget the Trump administration sent to Capitol Hill Monday.
"I believe the President should have requested such an investigation through more official and robust channels," Sen. Dan Sullivan says
Sen. Murkowski says President Trump brought dishonor to the office, but she won't vote to remove him.
Sen. Murkowski's support is drawn from right and left, ensuring she'll disappoint a lot of her base on any high-profile partisan vote.
Senator Lisa Murkowski announced Friday that she will vote to call witnesses in the impeachment proceedings before the Senate, putting herself among a minority of Republicans to support a Democratic push to extend the proceeding.
Sen. Murkowski talks to reporters about the impeachment trial at the U.S. Capitol on Saturday. (Jeff Malet/MaletPhoto.com) Mitt Romney and Susan Collins have been a babbling brook compared...
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.