Liz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media
NOAA Administrator Richard Spinrad says the changes are visible in diminished sea ice, plankton blooms, mass seabird die-offs, coastal erosion and damage to Arctic communities.
Gail Fenumiai is retiring just as Lt. Gov. Nancy Dahlstrom takes up her new duties, which include overseeing elections.
Is it legal for an Alaska legislator to belong to the Oath Keepers? That’s what a trial will decide.
A lawsuit alleges Rep. David Eastman's membership in an extremist group disqualifies him from office.
The state intends to sue to gain title to rights of way in the Yukon-Charley Preserve.
U.S. Sens. Dan Sullivan and Lisa Murkowski and Congresswoman Mary Peltola split and united in surprising ways on recent bills.
Federal regulators are one step away from action that would permanently protect the Bristol Bay watershed
U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan says the bill is more about protecting religious liberty than gay marriage.
Rep. Mary Peltola was among only eight Democrats to vote no on a House bill to avoid a rail strike.
Reelection is likely for Sen. Murkowski and Rep. Peltola.
Both Trump-endorsed candidates are making vague accusations of malfeasance, despite no evidence of election fraud.
In Alaska’s congressional races, incumbents are in a good position to win, but will have to wait until Nov. 23's ranked-choice tabulation to be sure.
A group tracking political extremism has labeled Sarah Palin and Kelly Tshibaka as election deniers.
Murkowski and Tshibaka don’t agree on a ton but both U.S. Senate candidates say they want to protect Arctic Alaska from Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin has “one hand on Ukraine, and he's got the other on the Arctic,” Sen. Lisa Murkowski said at the AFN candidate forum.
U.S. House Republican challenger Sarah Palin said it's the toughest campaign she’s ever fought.
“I'm uplifted in this moment because of you,” said Rep. Mary Peltola, wearing the late Rep. Don Young's signature bolo tie — a gift from his daughter Joni, presented on-stage.
Rep. Mary Peltola raised $2.3 million -- 10 times more than Sarah Palin. Nick Begich III took in $57,000 over the 24-day reporting period.
The ambience at campaign headquarters for Rep. Mary Peltola, Nick Begich III and Sarah Palin.
The Republicans in Alaska’s U.S. House race are now both saying they want their supporters to rank the other Republican as their second choice.
Rep. Mary Peltola was the only candidate in favor of a House bill to reauthorize the Magnuson-Stevens Act, governing fishing in federal waters.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy didn't attend Monday's gubernatorial debate in Kodiak, with Kelly Tshibaka skipping Tuesday's U.S. Senate debate.