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Republicans are finally learning that the most effective defense can be a good offense, even when the battle is imaginary.
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Miller was thrust into the national spotlight in 2010, when he upset Sen. Lisa Murkowski in the GOP primary last year.
After a public hearing and second reading at Monday's Homer City Council meeting, Mayor Beth Wythe broke a tie vote to approve a $31,000 appropriation for marketing Homer in the book Alaska: North to the Future.
The U.S. Energy Department on Monday renewed ConocoPhillips' permit allowing the company to export liquefied natural gas from Alaska to all countries.
Earlier this month, a liquefied natural gas facility near the Columbia River at Plymouth, Washington exploded , injuring workers and forcing the evacuation of 400 residents and agricultural workers within a two-mile radius.
A two-decade-old debate over whether to build a $75 million, so-called Road to Nowhere through an Alaska wilderness area to connect the city of King Cove, population 938 , to Cold Bay, population 108 , has emerged as one of the most bitterly contested natural resource battles of 2014.
With proven U.S. crude oil reserves increasing, Senate leaders said it was time to lift a 1970s era ban restricting crude oil exports.
Today, the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources held a standing-room only hearing titled "Keeping the lights on - Are we doing enough to ensure the reliability and security of the U.S. electric grid?" While the hearing was organized into two panels focusing on cyber security and physical security, the questioning from the lawmakers ... (more)
Facing the Obama administration's so-called "war on coal," some utility officials are warning that fewer coal-fired power plants could leave the U.S. power system vulnerable to blackouts in the near future.
Senate energy committee leaders on Friday asked the Department of Energy to prepare reports examining issues relating to the country's ban on exporting crude amid record oil and gas production.
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Joe Miller, the tea party conservative who blew open Alaska's 2010 U.S. Senate race, made a rare public appearance in Anchorage this week before a small group of university students and tea partiers as he prepares to officially launch his latest campaign.
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