Liz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media
Rep. Mary Peltola voted for a resolution asserting Israel's right to defend itself. Sen. Dan Sullivan has been especially outspoken.
Alaska’s congresswoman says she’s reserving judgment on the new House speaker. But she liked his first address.
There's plenty for a Democrat to dislike about Speaker Mike Johnson. Rep. Mary Peltola likes his message on unity.
Fischer came to Alaska after serving in World War II. He served two terms in the state Senate and remained active in politics until his final months.
The $413 million project includes a high-voltage submarine cable and battery storage. Rep. Peltola says it will allow for more renewables.
Peltola floats bipartisanship as way out of House speaker morass but GOP still stalled by infighting
Alaska Congresswoman Mary Peltola said she doesn’t see a solution until Republicans reach across the aisle to elect the next speaker.
The Alaska congresswoman will return to a speaker-less U.S. House where some are floating an idea she's familiar with: bipartisan leadership.
Sending money overseas for Ukraine’s defense has become controversial among Republicans.
Beaudreau grew up in Anchorage. "There was a certain amount of comfort, knowing that he knew our state," Sen. Murkowski says.
An ominous murmur arose after the vote was announced, D.C. correspondent Liz Ruskin says.
Your mail will arrive. Your paycheck might not.
"It's really hard to get hard work done when people cannot talk to one another. And that's what we're seeing in the House," Sen. Murkowski said.
U.S. Sens. Murkowski and Sullivan expressed "deep concerns." Congresswoman Peltola asked the FTC to block the merger.
Sullivan says he’s formed a new council of advisors. Murkowski is sticking by tradition.
“It's 10 times the amount of Indian Health Service funding that we had been historically getting,” said Charissa Williar of ANTHC.
Despite improvements, Alaska aviation safety still lags the rest of the country.
Investigators say those trying to repeal Alaska's voting system routed a $90,000 political contribution through a church group, among other alleged violations of campaign laws.
Supporting the cause is just one reason the well-connected pay thousands of dollars to fish with a Congress member.
“With today’s action, no one will have rights to drill in one of the most sensitive landscapes on Earth,” said Interior Secretary Deb Haaland.
As a Democrat running for re-election in an oil-producing state, she’s setting herself apart from the mainstream of her party on energy.