The findings show the federal Indian boarding school system consisted of at least 408 federal schools across 37 states and roughly 53 different schools had been identified with marked or unmarked burial sites.
A draft Supreme Court opinion, leaked to Politico on Monday, suggests justices are poised to overturn Roe v. Wade. By Tuesday morning, national calls for action spread online for pro-choice rallies.
Not only is the state suing, it is also issuing notices of trespass and cease-and-desist letters.
The Republican Party’s Central Committee agreed to endorse Begich ahead of the state convention in Fairbanks.
Nick Begich III’s financial disclosure shows he is running a largely self-funded campaign.
As ambassador during the pandemic, Hillman says a major focus for her and her team has been on Canada’s unique relationship with the U.S., especially with the countries’ shared border.
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Lisa Murkowski is Alaska’s senior senator, serving since late 2002. She typically takes questions from state lawmakers on the floor after her address.
A delayed shipment of tens of thousands of rapid at-home COVID tests has arrived in Anchorage, and city officials say they’re racing to distribute them to sites around town before New Year’s.