Critics chastise Ryan Zinke for allegedly targeting Sen. Lisa Murkowski as payback for her refusal to go along with the GOP's health care plan.
In May, U.S. warships will sail to the gulf and engage in activities that could poison those once-pristine waters.
Warming is causing soil-based microorganisms to release carbon dioxide in a potentially catastrophic process that could add at least as much carbon to the atmosphere as the fossil fuel industry emitted in the mid-20th century, a study finds.
The Vermont senator remains an underdog in the Democratic race, but he still likes his chances to capture the nomination over Hillary Clinton.
Palin's endorsement of front-runner Donald Trump this week was a master class in surrealist poetry. Geniuses of the Dada movement would have been humbled by her obliteration of the bourgeois concept we call logic.
The story of how the oil company ConocoPhillips overcame years of resistance from courts, native Alaskans, environmental groups and several federal agencies reveals the truth about how Washington really works.
American corporate news has not devoted the hours to President Obama’s trip to Alaska that it deserves, focusing on the GOP clown car back in the Lower 48 instead.
Alaska is set to become the largest state to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act through a plan announced Thursday by Gov. Bill Walker, a Republican-turned-independent.
The Navy is increasingly focused on possible future climate-change conflicts in the melting waters of the north and, in that context, has little or no intention of caretaking the environment when it comes to military exercises.
In spite of estimates of a 75 percent or greater chance of an ecologically disastrous spill, the U.S. government is expected this week to give the green light to Shell Oil's plan to restart drilling for petroleum in the Arctic.