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The bill would allow the federal coordinator for Alaska's gas-pipeline projects to work on the effort to build an 800-mile pipeline that would deliver liquefied natural gas for overseas export.
As she campaigns for the House, Democrat Gwen Graham spends time on occasion working alongside fellow Florida residents-on a farm, at a goat ranch, at a construction site.
The big takeaway from the 2012 election was the limits of the modern Republican electoral coalition.
The Senate majority leader is under steady attack from Republicans for calling the Koch brothers, billionaire funders of conservative causes, "un-American."
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is set to begin running a deluge of robocalls in Alaska against Democratic Sen. Mark Begich-and they're taking a page out of Americans for Prosperity's playbook to do it.
While commercial users generally said the Magnuson-Stevens Act is working, subsistence and recreational fishers asked for a louder voice in the management process at a congressional hearing regarding the law up for reauthorization this year.
The distraction of Ukraine and the media's numbness to the stream of Obamacare travails is providing time and a smokescreen for Obama to prepare a big announcement for after March 31, 2014: The BIG PUNT, i.e. a delay in the individual mandate.
The campaign money machines of Democrat Alex Sink and Republican David Jolly have not just been matched by outside forces, they've been lapped.
President Obama on Wednesday blasted the Senate's rejection of Debo Adegbile to head the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division as a "travesty," accusing lawmakers of succumbing to "wildly unfair character attacks against a good and qualified public servant."
The fund will provide support for projects across the nation, with wireless carriers in , President and Chief Executive Officer of GCI.
Historical pictures of Alaska U.S. Senators Bob Bartlett and Ernest Gruening compiled for the first Bartlett-Gruening Dinner by Geoffrey Bacon.
Democrats bucked their leaders on both sides of the Capitol Wednesday, as a growing group of House Democrats joined Republicans to pass a bill delaying the health law's individual mandate fee, shortly after a White House nominee unexpectedly failed to secure confirmation in the Senate.
During a hearing of the House Oversight Committee into allegations that the Internal Revenue Service scrutinized conservative groups' tax-exempt status filings unduly, Rep. Elijah Cummings exploded at Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa .
The Senate's playing field keeps getting larger and, at least so far, entirely at Democrats' expense.