The company was fined $267,000 for substituting equipment without authorization, the latest in more than 60 compliance issues.
Alaska Gov. Dunleavy says court decision limiting federal regulation of wetlands aids ‘responsible development’
The U.S. Supreme Court trimmed the EPA's authority. Implications for the Pebble Mine are unclear.
Congresswoman Mary Peltola and other salmon advocates try another avenue to limit bycatch.
This will be the first visit to Bethel by any spouse of a sitting president, according to her office.
Judge Sharon Gleason threw out all 11 of Bishar Hassan's family’s claims, citing video footage of the shooting.
You won't see drastic changes. Some changes won't take effect for months.
House Democrats defend ICWA and the "terrifying" historical context that brought Congress to pass it.
Rep. Sarah Vance, R-Homer, says a poll shows a majority of Alaskans would repeal RCV. But public testimony in Juneau ran 3-to-1 against it.
She's co-sponsoring a bill that would require the justices to adopt their own ethics rules. She and Sen. Angus King are the only sponsors so far.
Justices say the state made the right call when it decided not to advance Tara Sweeney to special election ballot.
It's a partial win for Pebble on appeal, but mine developers also have an EPA veto to contend with.
Don Rearden challenged a bot to write a poem. The result was trippy for him, and for reporter Liz Ruskin.
ExxonMobil told shareholders not to expect an expansion of Arctic activities. A second Arctic National Wildlife Refuge lease sale is expected in 2024.
The U.S. has given $35 billion in security aid to Ukraine. "An investment in the democracy of the free world," Sen. Murkowski calls it.
Aaron Mileur was sentenced to two years of probation. He'd like to modify one of the terms.
Rep. Mary Peltola avoided passing judgment on former president Donald Trump's indictment Tuesday, but called it "a bleak day for Americans."
Opponents of Arctic drilling project lose Round 1 in court.
Sen. Sullivan's castigation of the decision to charge the former president contrasts with the neutral positions taken by the rest of the Alaska delegation.
The collection fills 4,800 boxes, not counting a warehouse full of memorabilia.
Rep. Mary Peltola on Tuesday plugged "Second Amendment rights and good values."