Participation in SNAP in Alaska grew by more than 45% over the last year, according to federal data, showing a continued ...
Opponents of an Alaska law that requires the disclosure of “dark money” political donors are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to ...
Democrats introduced reproductive rights legislation to prevent a future administration from using an 1873 law to bar ...
Nationally, for the first time since before the pandemic, the number of job openings and unemployed people is roughly in ...
Arguments took place in early May, and Judge Sharon Gleason has taken the case under advisement, with significant ...
Dunleavy has until early July to make a decision on the Juneteenth bill. If he approves the bill, it will go into effect for ...
In Michigan, legislators are considering at least half a dozen gun bills that would create storage requirements and establish ...
The U.S. Department of Education has put restrictions on the money in addition to labeling the state as “high risk” for ...
Problems with physcial acces to polling sites, inoperable voting machines and flaws in the state's website federal law, ...
If a candidate for president isn’t from one of the state’s recognized parties, they need to get support from at least 3,614 ...
Groups want the federal government to help plan a postoil future, while the state and industry expect are forecasting ...
As Alaska celebrates Juneteenth this Wednesday, Gov. Mike Dunleavy is weighing whether to sign a bill to make it a legal ...