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A nonpartisan government watchdog agency said Thursday that the Pentagon broke the law when it swapped five Taliban leaders for Army Sgt.
Government officials may soon find themselves in hot water if they continue to insist on dumping buckets of ice on their heads.
Ashley Brinkman has been promoted to the position of communications manager in the Credit Union 1 corporate communications department.
While early reports from the Alaska Division of Elections showed "yes" votes on Ballot Measure 1 in the lead, within three hours after polls closed on Tuesday and with more than half the precincts reporting, the unofficial results pulled a switch with the "no" votes gaining ground.
Heather Hardcastle has spent her life fishing for salmon at the mouth of the Taku River, which starts in a remote corner of northwestern British Columbia before dumping into the ocean near her home in Juneau, Alaska.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Begich wants Alaskans to know he is one of them and an independent voice against President Barack Obama.
In one of the final primary-season fights between battling Republicans, former Alaska Attorney General Dan Sullivan defeated tea party favorite Joe Miller to seize the party's nomination for a much-desired U.S. Senate seat.
The Libertarian Party nominee for governor is running as a write-in candidate in the Republican primary on Aug. 26 and has gotten considerable media attention in the state and blow back from the state's Republican establishment.
Sarah Palin has lost the magic. The defeat of her choice Tuesday in a Republican Senate primary in her home state of Alaska capped a primary season in which her favored candidates have stumbled across the nation.
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Workers at a farm saw hundreds of cactuses sweep away in a flood. Drivers on Arizona's main north-south freeway watched in shock as muddy waters submerged the road.
But most doctors around the country know exactly what those acronyms stand for. They are programs championed by the federal government to improve quality and bring medicine into the electronic age.
A whistle-stop tour of the state in an RV. An endorsement from the second man to walk on the moon.
Regina Ward stands among other canvassers urging morning commuters to vote against Ballot Measure 1, a controversial bid to repeal the state's current oil tax system, campaigned at the corner of Benson Boulevard and the Seward Highway early on Election Day, Tuesday, August 19. U.S. Senate candidate Dan Sullivan gives a thumbs up to a passing car at ... (more)
WHO'S ON THE BALLOT? On Tuesday, voters cast ballots in Alaska and Wyoming. The marquee race to watch is a three-way bitter GOP Senate primary in our nation's 49th state.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 03:09 am
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