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Sarah Palin sues paper for tying her PAC ad to mass shooting

Former vice presidential nominee and Alaska governor Sarah Palin is suing The New York Times over an editorial. She is seeking damages to be determined by a jury.


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This clock shows the estimated cost of overtime lawmaking this year, as of April 17, by the Alaska Legislature.


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University board denies salary increases, adjusts funds in proposed 2018 operating budget


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Alaska, prodded by suit, enacting new abortion regulations


Alaska volcano sends up ash cloud from Aleutian Islands


$180K stolen from youth hockey association


Alaska lauds black soldiers' work on famed WWII highway


Brothers endeavor to name Alaska mountain ridge


Alaska's senators still on the fence on Senate health care plan vote


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Sarah Palin Sues New York Times Over Editorial

The Times said it would "vigorously" defend against Palin's claim that the newspaper defamed her in relation to the 2011 shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.