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Sessions have been delayed and canceled since Wednesday
Senators say recognition of tribes was overdue
The U.S. has long viewed the Arctic as a growing area of competition with Russia and China
Delayed to the call.
Debate will continue.
Designers, models and attendees from across the continent came to Juneau for the show.
The U.S. Interior Department released a report Wednesday on Native American boarding schools
Senators add nearly $1 billion in amendments
Carter filed an amicus brief in the long-standing legal dispute over efforts to build a road through the refuge
Many have family, others just can’t go home
The panel includes members with diverse experiences and backgrounds
State senator wants to follow in Young’s footsteps.
More and more attention is being paid nationwide to the staggering violence rates.
Rimml began his climb April 27 from the Kahiltna Glacier base camp at 7,200 feet, officials said.
Legislative leaders have said they see resolving the divisive debate as critical
DeShawn McCormick disappeared nine years ago when he was 6 years old
Cases have increased by just 1% from the week of April 20-26
The ship, due to arrive here Saturday, experienced an outbreak enroute from Miami to Seattle.
Senate attempts to rework dividend formula
Abortion access would remain, but elections and appointments would be heated