By Associated Press
Unofficial ballot returns show a majority of voters in one of Alaska's most eroded communities want to move to safer ground from their tiny island home.
By Kamala Kelkar
Federal authorities anticipate that as many as 35,000 Pacific walrus could rush the coastline of Alaska again this summer, if the sea ice in the Chukchi melts past deeper waters where walrus cannot forage. Scientists are trying trying to put…
By PBS NewsHour
By Alaska Public Media
Film archivist Angie Schmidt thinks of her job in terms of time travel.
Bernie Sanders scored three wins in Western caucus contests, giving a powerful psychological boost to his supporters but doing little to move him closer to securing the Democratic nomination.
The race begins at 9 a.m. on the ice of Big Lake, Alaska.
By Jill Colvin and Sean Murphy, Associated Press
TULSA, Oklahoma — Conservative firebrand Sarah Palin joined Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Oklahoma Wednesday as part of her endorsement pledge in the increasingly intense race for the GOP nomination. “Are you all ready to work to make America…
Travis Rector photographs the far-flung corners of space that are normally undetectable to the human eye.
Archaeologists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have made a startling discovery off the coast of Alaska: Whaling ships that sank 144 years ago. NewsHour Weekend's Zachary Green reports.
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, the U.S. Geological Survey released its first-ever digital map of Alaska, revealing thousands of geological details that can be used to contribute to new scientific assessments of the northern-most state.
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