Liz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media
Alaska Public Media's Liz Ruskin discusses what's next for the proposed Pebble Mine and the Willow drilling project.
“We may have different party affiliations, but the job is about serving all Alaskans,” Revak said
A final decision is expected in 30 days. The Interior Department still has "substantial concerns."
The ConocoPhillips project hasn't risen to ANWR-level controversy. Opponents say it's harder to fight drilling in a National Petroleum Reserve.
Gov. Dunleavy has cut state funding for ferries and reduced the fleet. Sen. Murkowski says, "Let's not mess this up."
The panel has jurisdiction over the Coast Guard, air travel and other areas of importance to Alaska.
"It's really embarrassing, and I think it's probably my error," says Congresswoman Peltola.
Organizers have a year to collect 27,000 signatures to put ranked choice voting on the 2024 ballot for repeal.
USA Today examined the education claims of all House freshmen. The paper found a problem in Rep. Mary Peltola's.
Along with the entire House of Representatives, Mary Peltola took the oath of office early Saturday morning.
Rep. Mary Peltola says she's open to discussing a coalition majority. Here's why that's unlikely.
Mary Peltola was supposed to be sworn in for a full term in Congress. That didn't happen.
Extra pay and travel reimbursements are aimed at boosting morale of Alaska-based troops.
Congress passed a reform of the Electoral Count Act, which U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski helped negotiate.
The mountain was named for a fierce creature. Now it will bear Don Young's name.
Murkowski got nearly half a billion dollars in Alaska earmarks. Sullivan says there was no time to read the 4,000 pages.
Rep. Eastman isn’t just an Oath Keeper but also supported their cause on Jan. 6, opposing attorney argues
Eastman intended "to be part of the insurrection on Jan. 6," a lawyer trying to disqualify the legislator said.
Would Oath Keepers overthrow the government? Their jailed founder says no.
Eastman's attorney, Joe Miller, portrayed Oath Keepers as do-gooders whose bylaws don’t allow insurrection.
Rep. David Eastman isn't accused of attacking the U.S. Capitol. But if he belongs to a group that did, his legislative career could be over.