Alaska’s truly unique when it comes to its constitutional ownership of natural resources and it’s created a critical floor for the state’s finances.
There are 40 companies or individuals who’ve given at least $10,000 to independent expenditure campaigns targeting this year’s elections. Here’s who they are and what they’re supporting.
The initiative survived a tough legal challenge, but not without losing elements that opponents said would effectively shut down some resource development.
80 percent of Bristol Bay region residents say they fear Pebble Mine would harm fishing.
The bill’s not expected to go into effect until a pending lawsuit is resolved.
A joke-filled story told to fellow Republicans or an insight into president’s knowledge of Alaska?
There’s been plenty of unknowns and questions about the deal, but most of the meeting was spent asking about rumors and conspiracies about “The Chinese.”
Rep. Don Young is on the U.S. House’s negotiating team for the GOP’s tax cut bill. Young will be among a team of nine representatives…
The Senate Republicans’ controversial tax “reform” bill seemed to suffer another setback this week when leadership announced that to pay for their tax cuts they’d…
The 13-10 vote included the support of one Democrat. The lease sales are expected to net Alaska more than $1 billion over the next decade.