Alaska health worker gets serious allergic reaction to Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, spends night in ICU
The woman’s reaction was believed to be similar to the anaphylactic reactions two health workers in Britain experienced after receiving the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine last week. Like her, both recovered
The president's political appointees are going to extraordinary lengths to try to prevent Biden from rolling back his legacy: filling vacancies on scientific panels, pushing to complete rules that weaken environmental standards, nominating judges and rushing their confirmations
The newly drafted bears have been given the power to hug, maul, or kill suspected saboteurs depending on how they are feeling at the time.
Though millions of ballots are yet to be tabulated, Democrat Joe Biden already has received more than 73 million votes, the most in history
Here’s where things stand on Day Three, when you can expect final results and how to follow along as this extraordinary election unfolds
Alaska is a US state on the northwest extremity of the country's West Coast, just across the Bering Strait from Asia
The researchers think that this lost plate was responsible for the link between the ancient Pacific Ocean and North America.
To comment upon the impact the tsunami might leave, experts cited examples of landslide-induced tsunamis in the past in Alaska and Greenland.
The earthquake off the Alaska Peninsula triggered a number of its own aftershocks shortly after, ranging from 3.5 to 5.9 magnitude
Donald Trump delivers divisive culture war message at Mount Rushmore in bid to win second term, barely mentions pandemic
The scene at Mount Rushmore was the latest sign of how Trump appears, by design or default, increasingly disconnected from the intense concern among Americans about the COVID-19 crisis gripping the country
Alaska officials remove Christopher McCandless' 'Magic Bus' following multiple search-and-rescue operations, deaths
Christopher McCandless hiked to the bus located about 250 miles (402 kilometers) north of Anchorage nearly three decades ago, and the 24-year-old Virginian died from starvation when he couldn’t hike back out because of the swollen Teklanika River.
The Into the Wild bus, located in a remote area, has long attracted adventurers some of whom have later died or have had to be rescued
Reportage of sparse policing in Alaska villages wins Pulitzer Prize; coverage of Kashmir clampdown, Hong Kong protests gets photography awards
he Anchorage Daily News and ProPublica won the Pulitzer Prize in public service Monday for illuminating the sparse policing of remote Alaska villages, as a delayed awards ceremony recognized writing, photos and — for the first time — audio reporting
For a woman stuck at home in Brooklyn, coronavirus lockdown brings back memories of a decades-old LSD trip
Amid the coronavirus lockdown, all it took was a Bob Dylan song to bring back memories of a summer in Alaska.
Republicans block subpoenas for new proof as US Senate debates norms of trial on Day One; moderates force last-minute reversal in pro-Trump rules
A divided Senate began the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump on Tuesday in utter acrimony, as Republicans blocked Democrats’ efforts to subpoena witnesses and documents related to Ukraine
Donald Trump on cusp of being impeached by House; US president denounces 'vicious crusade' in letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi
The House impeachment resolution says that Trump abused the power of his office and then tried to obstruct the investigation in Congress like "no other'' president in history.
Indian-American attorney Ravi Batra tells US Congress 'terror needs to be eradicated in Kashmir so freedom means something'
Terror needs to be eradicated, so rights and freedoms mean something, a top Indian-American attorney has said as US lawmakers underscored the importance of human rights in Jammu and Kashmir.
The world's northernmost nuclear power plant will start operating once connected to the local electricity grid.
NOAA, the agency looking after the marine life, is looking at possible ecosystem influences, including diminished sea ice.
Microbes react very quickly — within five to seven years — to even slight changes in the climate.